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…

Charlotte Taylor is inspired by the architectural paintings

Charlotte Taylor is a British artist that is not strange to the works of Pawson, Bofill, and Barragan. Their influence took hold of her and informs her digitally painted interiors. Charlotte Taylor has refined and established her own unique style. Sometimes drawing from real interiors, at others from fictional ones, Taylor uses Adobe or 3D modeling…

Toni Hamel satirizes the human behaviour through her art

Toni Hamel is a Toronto-based artist that illustrates the absurdities of human behavior through her satirical paintings. Toni Hamel creates paintings that explore a peculiar relationship or socio-cultural phenomena. Why should a zebra be donning stripes? Why is a horse being painted pink? Do weathermen really fill up the clouds with water before a big storm? Hamel’s paintings…

Klas Herbert Ernflo creates abstracts forms in his art

Klas Herbert Ernflo is a Swedish multidisciplinary artist that is striking: simple forms render complex ideas, and in his latest work—a series of 18 panels—it almost seems as if he has rendered the tapestries of old mythologies anew. Klas Herbert Ernflo worked as a graphic designer and art director before giving himself over to full-time freelance work…

Martin Jonsson creates works following Dali’s surrealism

Martin Jonsson is a Swedish artist that uses the clouds as a leitmotif in his works. They appear in almost every oil painting, obscuring faces and annihilating identities. Martin Jonsson was inspired by the artists René Magritte and the Swiss surrealist H.R. Ginger. He paints in oil, depicting abstract men and women in a Dali manner. Martin’s surrealism…

Emilio Villalba explores the human condition in oil portraits

Emilio Villalba is a California-based artist that creates portraits in oil paint, exploring the human condition through gestural abstraction. Emilio Villalba explains: “I’m fascinated with the idea of human emotion and why it is so important. In my paintings, I try to explore and express emotion by altering and distorting features—creating a kind of dissonance.”  He reproduces the…