Arts & Culture | Monica Rohan

When you look at Monica Rohan’s paintings made of coloured vortices and female bodies with heads hidden in swirling patterns, the first impression is an undefinable attraction to what

Arts & Culture | Hassan Hajjaj

Hassan Hajjaj is a self-taught and versatile artist who works with portraiture, performance, installation, fashion and interior design, including furniture made from recycled objects. His stunning portraits of friends and

Arts & Culture | Farid Rasulov

Farid Rasulov, a doctor by training and artist by choice, works with a wide range of artistic media. His serie “Carpet Interiors” is a striking installation in which European-style

Arts & Culture | Jérémy Combot

Jérémy Combot is a young French born artist and fashion illustrator. Inspired by icons and symbols of 90’s and Pop Culture, his drawings are an explosion of colours, patterns

Arts & Culture | Charles Fréger

The photographer Charles Fréger, know for his research on the significant social role of outfits in communities, captured in pictures the annual elephant festival in Jaipur, Rajasthan, where elephants

Ceramics by Fanella Elms

Loving the flow and intricacy in Fanella Elms's work. For a thorough look at her creative process, check this out in her own words. From a pattern perspective, I am

Salterns photographed by David Burdeny

Hard to believe these are unaltered photographs but there you have it. According to Colossal, where I found this story, "David Burdeny began the series SALT: Fields, Plottings and Extracts in 2015,

Botanical Sculptures by Hitomi Hosono

Drawing botanicals is meditative and oh so satisfying. But sculpting them the way Hitomi Hosono does, is downright obsessive. These are very beautiful and impressive. via here.
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