Muller Van Severen and their marble bench

Muller Van Severen it is the title of the collaboration of the Belgian creatives Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen. Their brand combines luxurious marble with clear lines and shapes. During the creation process, the duo focused as much on art and design as they did on the functionality of the furniture. Muller Van Severen created…

Andrés Reisinger creates 3D shapes with a clean aesthetic

Andrés Reisinger is a Barcelona-based multidisciplinary graphic designer that renders still lifes, interiors and design objects in 3D with a clean, modern aesthetic. Andrés Reisinger is specialized in conceptual render for interior and furniture designers having a playful expressiveness. His series titled ‘La Forma’ features a set of eight realistic images that explore tension visually. Speaking of…

Studio Rem creates the Nebl project

Studio Rem is a firm based in Berlin that has created the “Nebl” project, and the name comes from the Latin nebula, translates to mean fog—an opaque mass of particles, usually composed of water, that sit suspended in the air, restricting visibility. Studio Rem is, in fact, the creation of the designer Michael Rem, revealing the fact…

Daria Zinovatnaya creates interior furniture in colors and geometric shapes

Daria Zinovatnaya is a Ukranian industrial and interior designer that creates furniture, interiors, and architectural concepts of bold colors and geometric shapes to create extraordinary mid-century projects. Daria Zinovatnaya is a very complex artist, her designs being combined in simple forms with unusual execution, brought together by layering bold colors and shapes that complement, rather…

Andreas Wannerstedt creates digital art in motion

Andreas Wannerstedt is a Swedish motion designer and artist creates colorful, animated art in his digital series, ‘Oddly Satisfying’. Andreas Wannerstedt created the abstract series that splits into volumes of 3D animations. All videos are short loops of different interior objects and machines performing transfixing motions: including marbles rolling onto shafts, puzzle-piece configurations fitting together, and…

Jinsik Kim reimagined the Stone Age in post-modern light

Jinsik Kim is a multidisciplinary designer from Seoul that created a series of limited edition pieces that reimagine  Stone Age usage of rocks in a contemporary light.   Jinsik Kim was inspired by past and present questions around material usage, the project reveals the texture and weight of stone through a series of minimalist designs. “It is…

Balazs Csizik created compositions works against of pollution

Balazs Csizik is a Hungarian visual artist that created artful compositions as a homage to the Suprematism art movement and in criticism of pollution. Balazs Csizik used rubbish that he found scattered across beaches and before to discard them in bins, he created something meaningful. He put the colored objects like plastic straws, bottle caps and jagged pieces in…

Valeria Vasi express her inspiration in ceramic vases

Valeria Vasi is a Barcelona-based ceramic practice that makes sculptural, defined vases. The entire process is undertaken by hand, except for the kiln where the final product is fired. Vasileva uses locally sourced clay and materials to create her pieces. The various styles of vases are available in terracotta and anthracite, which are glazed on the…

Daria Zinovatnaya creates furniture in geometric shapes

Daria Zinovatnaya is a Ukranian industrial and interior designer creates furniture, interiors, and architectural concepts, combining bold colors and geometric shapes to create extraordinary mid-century projects. Daria Zinovatnaya’s designs unique is that she combines simple forms with unusual execution, brought together by layering bold colors and shapes that complement, rather than overwhelm.  The designer is based in…