We recently reviewed the amazing installation work of Sakir Gökçebag, but this time the artist is playing with fruits and creating these interesting ‘trompe l’oeil’ by cutting and
Aakash Nihalani is as down-to-earth as a street artist can get. He’s “not trying to push a certain highbrow logic or philosophy”, he’s okay with cops taking down his art (as long as they allow him to take a quick photo first), and he works with tape…
By now you should our admiration for Swedish photographer Carl Kleiner. With color, food, geometry and subtle wit Kleiner and artist/ stylist Evelina Bratell created this editorial for Blend magazine in which they depict all sorts of food in their simplest form. Love it!
The sumptuous ALKAHEST series is the latest work of artist Jonathan Saiz. In this crystalline form everything is made of the multitude – the splendors of Versailles, the rearing stallion and other distractions or ambitions. A curious history restlessly shifting,
Zilvinas Kempinas was born in Lithuania in 1969 and has been living and working in New York City ever since. He completed his MFA at Hunter college in 2002 and since then has begun to develop an international reputation. Kempinas creates site specific installations using materials such as unspooled video tape in order to
In addition to painting on the usual canvas, Esther Stocker creates her minimal abstract work on entire rooms and structures. The Italian artist has been creating her black and white installations and wall works since 2001, which have been exhibited all over the world. Esther uses stark geometric lines to create
A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore‘s work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic. Though it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements reference the scales and melodies in music. Gilmore’s journey toward this
Le Creative Sweatshop is a creative studio based in Paris at the crossroads of fashion, design, contemporary art, and architecture. Le Creative Sweatshop has developed its world around fixed and dynamic works of volume. Most pieces are handmade which gives them a humble, precious and fragile stature.
Paul Cook‘s primeval images are a study of the inherent beauty of sacred geometry. He challenges our perception of the original through his digital photographs of animals, trees, bones and architecture. He explores symmetry as a holistic aesthetic. Each image is a study of how symmetry challenges the way shape and form is perceived.
Indianapolis based new Artist/Printmaker Aaron Coleman contacted Trendland yesterday to introduce us to his work. Coleman uses technology to create these complex geometric patterns and textures, printing them using intaglio, silkscreen and lithographic techniques.
Spanish artist/photographer Bernat Fortet has an amazing vision. His Color Hunting Barcelona is very graphic and makes me think of Iso 3erlin in terms of geometry and color combination. Bernat also focuses a lot on texture as well, giving his photographs a great depth of field. Also see his
I just stumble over the incredible work of American photographer Nicholas Alan Cope. I am just in love with his style! The perfect black & white architectural geometry is so peaceful and pleasant to look at. Love it!