Don Low

p Don Low is a talented illustrator, concept artist and animator based in Singapore. Check out the rest of his work here. p

Kate MacDowell

p p p p " I’ve lived and worked in many different environments and cultures that have influenced the way I perceive the world, and therefore my pieces. These experiences have ranged from teaching in urban high schools and producing websites in the high-tech corporate environment, to volunteering at a meditation retreat center in rural India a few hours outside of the fever pitch of Bombay. I’ve also collected visual imagery and ideas from my travels through Renaissance Italy, Classical and Minoan Greece, Nepal and Thailand. Upon returning to the United States in 2004, after a year and a half working overseas, I began to study ceramics full-time at the ArtCenter in Carrboro, North Carolina and later at Portland Community College's Cascade campus and the Oregon College of Art and Craft's community education program. I am currently a member of the Oregon Potters Association. I have also studied flame-worked glass at the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, and participated in an artist residency at the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine. " - Kate MacDowell p p p

Gartier Atelier

gartier1 Presenting the amazing work of Gartier Atelier also known as Brano Hlavac. gartier2 gartier3 gartier5


coeur1 coeur2 Painter extraordinaire Coeur is based in France. His minimalistic approach to animal portraiture is very soothing. Who knew animals in formal attires are cool. coeur3 coeur4 coeur5

Chon Byung-Hyun

p p ' Chon Byung-Hyun, who is well-known as the exhibition titled "Blossom" for describing white porcelains as round as the full moon and vivid flowers in full bloom, will hold his first private exhibition in Busan. His exhibition this time aims at showing a variety of landscape pictures with soft colors, representing Korean's unique sentiments. He expressed his inspiration about the vitality of nature through wild flowers growing for themselves without anyone's care, mysterious wet lands as the origin of life, and nostalgic paths through a forest. The Field series show narrow paths through a forest covered with coarse grass and wild branches of trees, while the Waves series display nature along with dynamic waves in open seas, producing a new vitality of nature on the canvas with the matiere from paper mulberry and soft colors from Korean paper. ' p


moonyk1 moonyk1 Glad to have been introduced to the work of Vietnamese illustrator MooNyk. Her style is very poetic and surreal. Visit her devianArt gallery for more goodness. moonyk1 moonyk1 moonyk1

Alberto Ojeda Pieras

pieras1 Feast on the graphic design compositional skills of Alberto Ojeda Pieras. pieras2 pieras3

Chapel in Villeaceron

p p ' The idea of situating and relating a series of objects in the landscape- Dwelling, Chapel, Hunting pavilion and Guard's residence- gave the project a dual significance: in addition to the close relationship between landscape, objects and itinerary -between space and objects-, each item had to provide a different response with different emphasis, from the most symbolic to the most silent or private. The unifying thread was to be the concept of the fold: the fold as a hidden generator of different spaces. The Chapel is developed around the study and manipulation of a focally tensed 'box-fold. ' (Read more..) p

L Filipe dos Santos

p p ' L Filipe dos Santos (aka Corcoise) was born in the summer of 1978 in Portugal. He grew up in a rural environment but watched too much television and, through his adolescence, he developed his rural-hype self identity. Not knowing what to do with it, he searched for some way to express himself. So, by the age of 16, he started sketching. ' p p

Stockholm Nordic Crescent

p p ' Nacka Forum is a peripheral area to Stockholm. Its main limit to a future development is that it is placed beside a highway border. But this is now impossible to renounce and, waiting for a possible cover of the highway, we have to plan an integrated system between the area and the highway, connecting the north side with the south side by a social bridge that will be a part of a new infrastructural system. This is not only a transit bridge; it is a focal element for social exchange, it is a kind of narrow square where it is possible to walk, riding a bike, or to take a rest on the wooden surface. This bridge is part of the main building, Multiarena, that is an urban sign, giving a strong character to the area that now is anonymous.' Link here p