Alex Roulette explores human mind through hyperrealism

Alex Roulette is a New York-based artist that creates hyperrealism tableaus that express the way our mind plays when we involuntarily recall moments from our past. Alex Roulette explains: “Everyday encounters evoke recollections of the past without conscious effort. I draw from these involuntary memories of places and experiences, although I question the reliability of my memory. As…

Michael Sebastian Haas combines painting and architectural interventions in his art

Michael Sebastian Haas is a Berlin-based conceptual artist that created kinetic installations that combined painting, landscape and architectural interventions with textiles.  Michael Sebastian Haas said about his project: “Intertwined with the topography and daily wind climate, it shows a sequence of views over the day”, explains Haas in his statement about the work. At the beginning…

Astrid Verhoef creates abstract black and white photos in desert

Astrid Verhoef is a Dutch photographer that created her black and white photo project called “Landscapes; Existence Is Elsewhere”. The series was shot in the deserts, lakes, and rocky landscapes of Western Australia, the Netherlands, the United States, and Lanzarote, the Spanish Island off the coast of West Africa. Astrid Verhoef created her conceptual series to…

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…

WoongKi Ryu created the Abstraction Chair

WoongKi Ryu is a Korean designer that is inspired by the great abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky and this is how the project called Abstraction Chair took place.  WoongKi Ryu has brought the graphic shapes that the Russian artist was so renowned for into a three-dimensional realm. Despite its use of practical materials and traditional techniques the seat argues…

Malou Palmqvist is inspired by storm in her work

Malou Palmqvist is a Swedish artist whose work is defined by balance and form.  Her works are inspired by the debris that washes up after a storm.  Malou Palmqvist has a background in fashion design and her parents are both artists; her movement into sculpture seems an evolution of her own artistic practice. Her works are…