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Turi Simeti’s Contoured Canvases
Italian painter Turi Simeti enthralls us with his mastery of color and silhouette. A maestro of the Zero art movement of the sixties, he renders repeating ovals that seem to dance across monochromatic, shaped canvases.

· ILLUSTRATION ,MIXED MEDIA ·

Plexiglass Photo-Illustrations
Austrian couple Verena Michelitsch and Tobias Van Schneider set up a little photo studio in their New York apartment, where they’ve been making still life compositions out of plastics and foils culled from Chinatown. Art directors and graphic designers at separate companies, the two apply their photography

· FEATURED ,ILLUSTRATION ·

Nina Warmerdam’s Imprints
Nina Warmerdam is a Dutch print designer based in Paris. Having worked for Maison Martin Margiela, Hussein Chalayan, Nike & Siv Støldal, she felt like she needed a creative outlet to bring her back in touch with her personal work.

· INSTALLATION ,PAINTING ·

Julien Colombier’s Le Printemps
Parisian painter Julien Colombier is no stranger to skate parks and graffitied walls. But this time around, he “bombed” the La Printemps department store in bourgeois Haussmann.

· MIXED MEDIA ,PAINTING ·

Marie Hagerty’s Sensuous Shapes
In the mid-eighties, Sydney-reared Marie Hagerty moved to study at the Canberra Institute of the Arts. Since then, she has turned out prolific work, touching on the themes of the human form, femininity and eroticism.