Steven Spazuk’s Soot Art
Most artists usually just take a brush or pen to paper, Steven Spazuk prefers to use a flame. The French Canadian artist has developed this unique technique for about 10 years now, which entails essentially burning a thick sheet of paper, and then manipulating the soot left behind until


Teri Chung’s Illustrations
Korean born, New York based illustrator Teri Chung graduated from Parsons for illustration. Her illustrations mostly cover high fashion looks. I really like the contrast of pencil and paint, black and white faces with colored garments.


Unusual Carpets by We Make Carpets
Mixing traditional skills and a critical view of the consumer society in unusual carpets, the Dutch trio made up of Marcia Nolte, Stijn van der Vleuten and Bob Waardenburg of art collective WE MAKE CARPETS, took the concept of the traditional Persian ‘tafta’ carpets and made contemporary interpretations of this centuries-old medium.


Peter Clark’s Collages
Artist Peter Clark uses found papers as his palette in creating textures and patterns for his elaborate three dimensional collages. He shades with density of print and creates substance and movement with lines plucked from old maps or manuscripts he finds in antique shops. Clark’s pieces use mark-making


Cinq Fruits by Le Creative Sweatshop
This sumptuous ‘Cinq Fruits’ project by French creative studio Le Creative Sweatshop is just about inspiration and art. These still life pictures of random sculptures were all handmade using materials such as jelly, wax, paint and fruits purely to create very graphic and beautiful imagery.