Made in Morocco: discover LRNCE’s line of covetable homewares inspired by the culture and colours of Marrakech.
JONATHAN LAWES X COS
Distinct graphic shapes, unique layering techniques, flashes of intense colour… Jonathan’s series of exclusive COS prints reflect his love of geometry, shape and pattern.
French artist Virginie Hucher plays with colour and shape to represent the body, nature and life in her series of abstract paintings.
DAVID MATTHEW KING
Colour yourself happy: New York based artist David Matthew King explores human emotion and personal storytelling in his series of vibrant paintings.
Beyond the brushstrokes: there’s more than meets the eye in the paintings of London based artist Tomo Campbell…
Bold botanicals: photographer Benedict Morgan and set designer Alice Andrews explore the tones and texture of nature.
Sarah Jeffrey creates sculptural ceramics that explore traditional pottery structures in a modern way.
Altering the perception of woven textiles, Dutch artist Fransje Gimbrere creates 3D sculptures using natural and recycled fibres.
Amanda Karsberg looks to the surreal in everyday life when designing objects and furniture – from dreamlike glassware to marbled wooden furniture.
JIAXI YANG & ZHE ZHU
By stacking together objects that fall into disuse, these artists have remade them into sculptural installations, bringing them back to life.
Using a marker pen to make linear strokes on paper, French designer and artist Ronan Bouroullec creates fluid, organic images with a sense of depth.
MATEUSZ VON MOTZ
Memories, space and deconstruction are recurring themes in the practice of this young Polish artist.
Driven by an affinity for the natural world, photographer and artist Brooke Holm explores the bonds and interactions between people and the environment.
Working with a combination of artists’ oils and industrial paints, Alex Hanna is an established fine artist with a quiet style whose practice sees him returning to recurring themes and subjects – like the pink pillowcase.
Meeyoung Kim, an artist based in Seoul, explores the potential of painting as a medium through aesthetic and physical experiments using brushes and paint.
JULIE & JESSE
Hong Kong-based art and design studio, Julie & Jesse developed casting techniques to utilise broken moulds they found in Jingdezhen, the Chinese capital of porcelain.
Bubbles is a 2012 series by Morgane Tschiember of sculptural works in steel, concrete and blown glass.
The series Dawn Light by Studio Sabine Marcelis examines the transient time of day when the sun, clouds and sky come together to create a riot of colour.
From her studio in London, Isabel Yellin explores the sensory worlds of experience and perspective through the malleable and tactile qualities of familiar fabrics
British artist and colour consultant Sophie Smallhorn explores the relationship between colour, volume and proportion.
Belfast-based ceramicist Sara Flynn celebrates volume and form through sculptural vessels made from thrown porcelain.
Volume of Light, a creative project by photographer Thomas Brown explores the bond between artist and viewer in the context of authorship. Creating a series of images...
Berlin Living Rooms marks the culmination of a project started over two decades ago by Dominique Nabokov – a photographer who divides her time between the United...
Inventing a craft of his own, Swedish-Chilean artist Anton Alvarez joins wood, steel and plastic to create furniture and architectural objects. Utilising the…
Designed to fit over everyday seating objects, Arm by New Zealand-based Clark Bardsley is made from fine American Oak. Inspired by the silhouette of a Windsor chair...
With a background in fashion and construction, Portland-based artist Justyn Hegreberg’s mantra is ‘make it work’, proved by a self-imposed rule to never throw...
As a child, Spanish photographer Coco Capitán thought of China as the most remote place in the world and that if she dug deep down enough in her garden...
Photographer Natalie Christensen explores the often overlooked spaces of Santa Fe, New Mexico, to create minimalist abstractions of urban architecture and…
The Civilized Landscape exhibition by Chinese artist Ji Zhou presented landscapes made from maps and books. Hand-sculpted into mountainous peaks and troughs, the…
Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans’ 2016 exhibition On the Verge of Visibility presented a range of abstract and figurative work in a site-specific installation at…
Fine art photographer Chris Round documents everyday scenes that have been altered by human action to create surreal, almost fictional narratives. The muted…
The Filters was a three-part installation on display at London’s Tate Britain in 2015 by artist Christina Mackie. Inspired by her interest in colour and pigment…
New York-based designer Doug Johnston blends traditional materials with modernist design and 3D printing to create coiled vessels and art objects made from cotton…
A trained engineer and graduate of London’s Royal College of Art, Michael Anastassiades’ work deftly combines fine art with functionality. His mobile chandelier…
Influenced by his background in graphic design and art direction, Paris-based photographer Olle Bengtsson takes a conceptual approach to still life that references…
PER KRISTIAN NYGÅRD
Per Kristian Nygård’s installation Not Red But Green presents an unlikely scene, filling Oslo’s No Place gallery with sprawling mounds of grass. Tended and watered…
In Deconstruction, German artist Ralf Brueck uses digital effects to elongate and distort urban landscapes. Futuristic and surreal, the series creates imagined…
Ink Wave by American artist Lynn Aldrich was inspired by simple everyday items found in her local office supply store. A playful study of colour and material, reams…
Korean ceramicist Jongjin Park creates his stacked sculptural forms by layering paper, porcelain slip and pigment before firing at a high temperature. Mimicking…