Louise Hindsgavl

 photo 6_zps7732dba0.jpg  photo 5_zpsb3c75c40.jpg  photo 3_zps648cbea3.jpg Louise Hindsgavl mainly works in porcelain. Her works have a distinctly narrative expression, both when she works with one-off pieces and with more utilitarian items. She wants us to experience the multiplicity of ceramics through her work, while at the same time stimulating our imaginations. Louise Hindsgavl feels that we often let the pre- determined images of others dictate our taste. She wants to change that tradition and to this end her works often have surrealist undertones, where she produces a form of alternative reality for the viewer to enter. (via Volta 10)  photo 8_zps7a1b74d7.jpg  photo 7_zps2305b5a1.jpg  photo 9_zpsffaae242.jpg

João Ruas

 photo Dawn_III_zpsb56f6165.jpg  photo Dawn_I_zpsa3d8c2d0.jpg João Ruas (b. 1981) is a visual artist from São Paulo. A Bachelor in Graphic Design, he has worked inside studios in the United Kingdom and Brazil before dedicating himself exclusively to personal artwork and illustration.  photo Dawn_II_zps0555f880.jpg

Christina Papagianni

 photo 020-realistic-portraits-christina-papagianni_zpse518cd55.jpg  photo 014-realistic-portraits-christina-papagianni_zps111a3e1e.jpg " I was born in Athens, where I live and work up to now. The time I spend on my art is precious and beloved and my work at it has become a big part of me. I always try through my art to ascribe emotions up to a unique approach, mine. I use mostly pencils, but I have also used oils, acrylics, pastels and watercolors." - Christina Papagianni  photo 013-realistic-portraits-christina-papagianni_zps12ad1aac.jpg  photo 016-realistic-portraits-christina-papagianni_zps21b0c561.jpg

Ron Gilad

 photo dilmos-rongilad29_zpsc21899fe.jpg  photo dilmos-rongilad30_zps4e840843.jpg Contrary to his design philosophy, it would seem that Ron Gilad’s form does follow his function. Gilad has committed his body and mind to materializing of ideas, creating design pieces of astringent thoughtfulness, wit and elegance. Currently a New Yorker, Gilad is a well-established and esteemed Israeli-by-origin designer who quickly drew the attention of curators, galleries, designers and press even while still a student at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. A graduate of the Industrial Design Department, Gilad’s fascination with “deconstructing” the function of an object has resulted in a broad body of work, ranging from furniture to jewelry to whole interiors.  photo dilmos-rongilad31_zpsf05a0174.jpg  photo dilmos-rongilad32_zps91e1b46a.jpg

Britain After Dark

 photo IMG_3055-2_zpse6d6970e.jpg  photo IMG_3418-2_zpsf3a985ff.jpg  photo IMG_4089-2_zps73912106.jpg " I'm a 20 year old Photography student at Manchester Metropolitan in England. Having grown up in Newcastle one of England's party cities and being in the North East, heavy drinking is a weekly occurrence. Whilst working taking photographs inside nightclubs you are employed to make people look as beautiful as possible. Glossing over the obvious excess which leads people to loose control of their bodies and often their morals. Then going to Manchester for University, another party city and working more it seemed to become more obvious that this non-glamorous, often quite grotesque side of going out is usher to one side, often due to the intoxicated state leaving memories of the night hazy or gone. Therefore I decided to go out and try and capture these moments which de-glamerise excess drinking. " - Stewart Honeyman  photo IMG_3045-2_zps820f4a5b.jpg  photo IMG_3458-2_zps76601043.jpg  photo IMG_4087-2_zps46be36aa.jpg

Clemens Hollerer

 photo Untitled-3_zpsf9abe4bd.jpg  photo Untitled-7_zps57431dda.jpg  photo Untitled-5_zps6121e584.jpg Clemens Hollerer, born 1975 in Bruck an der Mur, Austria, works in a variety of media, including site-specific installations, sculpture, and photography. His works deal with construction and de-construction, with architecture in transition, and with transformative processes of space. (via ACFNY)  photo Untitled-4_zps56faa17e.jpg  photo Untitled-6_zpsa754f68e.jpg

Troy Galluzzi

 photo tumblr_mokefw2GaP1r9iryfo1_1280_zpse2bd399d.jpg  photo tumblr_mp0sehlpLk1r9iryfo1_1280_zps5b0ba355.jpg  photo tumblr_mod02kzI2O1r9iryfo1_1280_zps2b4bb51c.jpg Amazing works by Troy Galluzzi, talented freelance illustrator/concept artist based in San Francisco, California.  photo tumblr_moz1y2LUFA1r9iryfo1_1280_zps986de008.jpg  photo tumblr_mopzhg4Xos1r9iryfo1_1280_zpscfdd4464.jpg

Emilie Griottes

 photo anthology-mag-blog-food-griottes-pantone-tarts-1_zpsb1a0e6bf.jpg  photo anthology-mag-blog-food-griottes-pantone-tarts-2_zps469a00c5.jpg Food blogger Emilie Griottes created these edible Pantone swatches.  photo Pantone_Dessert_zps11b65aca.jpg

Eric Cahan

 photo EC_Pacific_Heights_File_zpsc3e2e3b3.jpg  photo z2_zps253d20fa.jpg  photo EC_Blue_x7_V1_lr_zps87138c54.jpg Several focal points define the work of New York-based artist Eric Cahan. Among them: light, specifically the light generated by the sun at sunrise and sunset, science, nature, and the ephemeral quality of memories. These considerations are in play when, equipment in tow, Cahan heads outside at a carefully chosen hour of morning or evening to begin creating one of his flawless, ethereal works of art. Cahan himself made most of the work for his current project, Sky Series, during his extensive travels. Each photograph and sculpture is titled with the time and location of its conception. In this way, Cahan catalogues his visual journal. “ During my travels, I discover what I want to document. My works are titled to remind me of the experience, both visually and spiritually.” Cahan’s viewers see in his work his unique interpretation of a specific time and place.  photo 3739334-122257445_zpsd61f49b9.jpg  photo z1_zpsa07b8adc.jpg  photo SaggMainBeachNYSunset721pm_zps09d9c520.jpg

Porcelain Fortune Cookies

 photo 92adb4fad46d487f888a96f0ab64a5dd_820x820_zps06434eb0.jpeg  photo 3edde31d5696461aa124de265ef3f3bc_820x820_zps533e8f6f.jpeg Porcelain fortune cookies created by Aleksandra Pollner in collaboration with Object. Looks goodness. Click here for the link.  photo Porcelain-Fortune-Cookies-by-Aleksandra-Pollner-OBJECT-1_zps5ca33d9a.png  photo fortuen2_zps2a604039.jpg