Jake Silby’s stirring photographic compositions

Contemporary photographer and New Zealand native Jake Silby manipulates the world around him to display itself in beautiful, moving compositions of simple interchanged between color scheme and texture. The artist graduated from Massey University with a degree in design and has since taken his talents to New York and London where he has most recently…

Ben Venom’s quilted graphics

After graduating with his MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in 2007, Ben Venom’s artwork has become an iconic meeting place between traditional domestic craft and cutting punk imagery. He describes his style as, “…opposing forces colliding at lightening speed.” His symbols derive from the occult, heavy metal, mysticism, vintage tattoos, and motorcycle gangs. The…

Danny Fox’s paintings of ritual and change

Painter Danny Fox exercises a constant practice of addition and elimination as he builds up his large scale paintings in which he strives to leave only what is necessary to communicate his themes. He is iconically known for his recurring implementation of the horse as a symbol in his works. Though the horse in artwork…

Pineum’s rippling abstract translations

Pineum is a design studio based in Warsaw, founded by Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko, one specializing in graphic design and the other in fine art. Together they work for a range of clients, focusing on visual identity, web design, graphics and photography. They work with brands and agencies on big and smaller projects developing sophisticated…

Esoteric paintings of balance from Yun Kyung Jeong

South Korean-born, London-based artist Yun Kyung Jeong paints in a feathery style of mark making to create abstract and daunting patterns that manifest the meeting point between chaos and balance in which we exist. The artist works primarily on unprimed canvas in acrylic paints and exercises the repetition of a leaf shaped mark as a symbol…

Aso Mohammadi’s bursting photographs

Aso Mohammadi is a Swiss-based artist who left his home of Kurdistan in Iran as a young child. He started practicing photography at the age of 15. He became bored with black and white photography and portraiture that he was being taught at the time and began to experiment personally with very bright compositions and…

Our oversaturated world painted by Josh Reames

Josh Reames compiles various images of different textures and paints them into his non-narrative paradigm artworks. The paintings relay a sense of over saturation while retaining balance based on the way our ever-polarizing world is portrayed through the internet and social media. He uses primarily airbrush techniques to lay down his paint also uses classical…