• Tag: art


    Faig Ahmed Deconstructs Traditional Azerbajani Rugs to Form Unconventional Sculptures.

    28th May

    Be careful – don’t trip over Faig Ahmed’s three-dimensional rugs as they unravel before your very eyes! This Azerbaijani artist is no stranger to fibre arts – most of his work revolves around the construction and deconstruction of intricately patterned rugs and carpets.



    Real-Life Tetris Sculptures by Michael Johansson.

    22nd May

    Michael Johansson is a Swedish installation artist who takes OCD tendencies to the next level with his real-life Tetris sculptures. His passion for ordinary and useless things organised into exceptionally good-looking piles makes most neat-freaks look like the biggest slobs. Johansson is obsessed with irregularities and coincidences between to disparate objects which may only be linked by a common colour or a shape. On a more practical level, I bet this guy is excellent at stacking dishwashers, packing car boots and fridges. Yes!



    Dominique Pétrin’s Colourful & Trippy Interior Installations.

    12th May

    Dominique Pétrin is a multidisciplinary Canadian artist based in Montreal. Her unwavering commitment to extraordinary hyper-colour excites me to no end. Squeal! In her more-is-more approach to mixing clashing patterns, graphics and iconography, Dominique creates trippy and exciting installations that converging the world of art, graphic design and interiors.



    Design Free Thursday // Life is a Collage by Larissa Haily Aguado.

    1st May

    Cool, clever, and full of visual impact, these mixed media collages from Argentinian graphic designer Larissa Haily Aguado are both dynamic and hilarious. Our hat goes off to Liarissa for her ability to blend disparate images for spectacularly simple results.



    Video // Statues in Motion by Li Hongbo.

    30th April

    Li Hongbo’s malleable sculptures defy logic. The classical statues look like carved porcelain but are made from layers of paper making them highly flexible.



    Manifesto // Nucleo Retrospective in Paris.

    24th April

    The Italian Institute of Culture in Paris presents the first important retrospective on Nucleo, the Italian art and design collective led by Piergiorgio Robino. The exhibition was conceived by the Nilufar Gallery in Milan, and curated by Elena Giulia Abbiatici and Melania Rossi. It was set up under the “Promises of Art” program, which aims to promote young talents from the ultra-contemporary Italian art scene.




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