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  Inspirations.  
Black Boxes
Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins have practiced sculpture, installation and media art in Toronto si...
Supercars
Max Siedentopf grew up in Windhoek, Namibia and continued to live in Berlin and Los Angeles. He curr...
Hasui Kawase 川瀬 巴水
Hasui Kawase (1883 – 1957) , the best known proponents of the 新版画 New Prints movement, was ...
Radebaugh and Bohn
Arthur C. Radebaugh (1906-1974) was an American illustrator, airbrush artist, and designer. Some of...
France 1661
Views of Renaissance France by Kasper Merian, 1655-1661
Upscaled
In the summer of 2010 the city of Eindhoven asked us to make something fun happen in the city centre...
The Slave Ship
But, I think, the noblest sea that Turner has ever painted, and, if so, the noblest certainly ever p...
The Sea by Emil Nolde
Born in the village of Nolde in 1902, Emil Hansen came from a family of peasants. Nolde completed an...
Forward Retreat
Mark Tansey was born in California. He attended art classes at the San Francisco Art Institute and s...
Pleats House
House ´Pleats M´ in Saitama. Hironaka Ogawa, born 1975 in Kagawa 1975, studied at Nihon University...
Technological Exaptation
Images by photographer and set designer Maxime Guyon, currently living and working between Lyon (Fra...
長嶋りかこ Rikako Nagashima グラフィックデザイナー Founder / Graphic designer
Faces of the 21st century
Images by Thomas Mailaender. « Mailaender’s forum and sphere of operations is less the art worl...
Faces of the 17th century
17th century Dutch portraits from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
Cutting Edge
Based on the infamous foam-cutting technique - known for providing many interns a lifelong trauma. G...
Pavel Tchelitchew: Spiral head
Pavel Tchelitchew (Па́вел Фёдорович Чели́щев) (1898 - 1957) was a surrealist ...
Laucke Siebein, Amsterdam and Berlin
Studio Laucke Siebein is a design studio based in Amsterdam and Berlin. Dirk Laucke (1965) – born ...
Luciferase
A series of table lights in Epoxy resin, colored pigment, sand, silicone, steel and LEDs. Nacho Carb...
White Rooms
Photographer Wouter Hogendorp from Den Haag documents the beauty of architectural details: light, th...
The Value Of Worthless
Klaas Kuiken is a designer, but in his workspace he´s more like an inventor or craftsman. Klaas Kui...
Fernando Botero
Who doesn´t like Botero? Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero (born 1932 in Medellín) is...
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Sebastian (or Sébastien) Stoskopff (Strasbourg, July 13, 1597 – Idstein February 10, 1657) was an...
Tensegrity
If there is some sort of thread that travels through the life of Raimond Puts (1937 - 2012) then it ...
Evol
Tableware "Evol" by Patrick Jouin. Many of his creations are in the permanent collections of museums...
Jean Arp: Randomness
Randomness was a key part of Jean Arp’s work right from the creation of the first dadaist group in...
Time Bandits
Visual communication artist Sabine Marx-Nieder is based in Munich, Germany.
Hell & Heaven
John Martin was born near Hexham, Northumberland. He was apprenticed first to an heraldic coach pain...
バガボンド summer collection
The バガボンド summer collection 2015
Poul Kjaerholm: PK0
While most of his contemporary designers preferred wood as their primary material, Kjærholm chose s...
The fairytales of H. C. Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen was born 1805 in Odense, Denmark as the son of a poor shoemaker. He undertoo...
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
Ben Weiner lives and works in Queens, New York.
More cats in art
Cats throughout the centuries.
Deutschland
Design of painted wall texts by Rasmus Koch studio for artist Jens Haaning. In 2004, Jens Haaning wr...
Foam wood table
The wood has been planed down to its constituent wood particles and has been recast. As the wood sta...
Heinrich Hoerle, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and Anton Raederscheidt
Paintings by Heinrich Hoerle, born 1895, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert, born 1894, and Anton Räderscheidt, ...
American Modern Paintings at Sotheby´s
Sotheby's New York sale on Wednesday, May 20th totaled $38,301,625 reflecting the continuous health ...
Modigliani: Your real duty is to save your dream
"What I am searching for is neither the real nor the unreal, but the subconscious, the mystery of wh...
The Art of Writing. The Rebirth of the Ogatsu Inkstone
The inkstone industry of Ogatsu, in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture once accounted for 90% of the...
Bart de Baets
Graphic designer Bart de Baets graduated in 2003 from the Gerrit Rietveld academy. Bart teaches gra...
Frank Stella: Radical Abstraction
In 1959, a newcomer in his early twenties takes New York’s art scene by storm: the American Frank ...
Gordon Walters: Koru
"My work is an investigation of positive/negative relationships within a deliberately limited range ...
Light installations
Studio Drift was founded in 2006 by Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn. Lonneke Gordijn studied at Desi...
Monet and the Birth of Impressionism
The nineteenth century was a time of upheavals. A wide variety of developments took place at the sam...
Japanese Swiss Greek
Shibui is the name of a homeware and accessories company based in Switzerland, created by Greek desi...
Jordi López Aguiló
Jordi López Aguiló, born in Valencia 1983, worked with JDS Architects Copenhagen, Ibos et Vitart P...
Hermetic city
Hans Wilschut’s work originates from the urban world. His photographs are lyric reflections on the...
Light is a Vector
Lighting designer Arnout Meijer was born in Rotterdam in 1988. He studied design at Design Academy E...
Richard Estes´ New York
"Estes is a paradigmatic example of a world-class artist who is also a consummate artisan. He uses h...
ingredients
Pierre Gagnaire conceived two playfully named dishes dedicated to the conceptual artist––“Nave...
The Fans
The starting point for the installation was the combination of two intriguing phenomena. On the one ...
Herb Aach: Color Theory
Intense hues evenly inhabit the circular forms: clear orange, a lush green, a glowing violet and oth...
Now whip it / into shape / shape it up / get straight / go forward / move ahead
Experimental Jetset is a small, independent, Amsterdam-based graphic design studio, founded in 1997 ...
The Bean King
A painting by Jacob Jordaens
Santiago Villanueva
Art conceived as an intimate experience of body and time, a quest for an internal portrait in which ...
Diego Velázquez
Baroque Master painter Velázquez, celebrated as the "painter of painters" by Édouard Manet, inspir...
Andréason and Leibel
Kristian Andréason and Kristin Leibel have worked with clients such as IKEA of Sweden and Fagerhult...
Gianfranco Pardi
Born in Milan in 1933, Gianfranco Pardi started studying poetry and philosophy, dedicating himself t...
site specific
Originally from Mexico City, Gabriel Dawe creates site-specific installations. His work has been exh...
Enrico Castellani: Superficie
Enrico Castellani was born in Castelmassa, Rovigo, in 1930. He moved to Brussels in 1952 where he st...
Futurist Aristocracy
Axis No.3, England 1935; De Stijl No.1, Netherlands 1917; Futurist Aristocracy, USA No.1, 1923; Futu...
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The Demonstrations series.
A new series of paintings, oil on canvas, that deal with movement, the power and energy of the crowd...
Curtains
A series of watercolour paintings.
Pierre Bonnard: The Memory of Colors
In autumn and winter 2019/20 the Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien presented »Pierre Bonnard - The Color...
CoBrA Magazines
The avant-garde art collective CoBrA (Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam) existed from 1949 to 1951....
I See Violence in Your Eyes (I-VIII)
Pigment, graphite, charcoal, & mixed media on paper.
Pieter Bruegel
During his lifetime, Pieter Bruegel the Elder was already among the period’s most sought-after art...
The Joys of Ice Skating
That skating 400 years ago was one of the most popular winter activities in the Netherlands can be s...
Franz Kline
Around 1950, Franz Kline radically simplified painting: “Instead of making a sign you can read, yo...
Book : Monk
A book by Jonathan Monk.
Book : Tajima
A book by Mika Tajima. Negative Entropy is a series of five abstract Jacquard woven portraits of in...
Book : Lewitt
A book by Sam Levitt. TEMPLATE is a book whose information emerges under programmatic erasure. Or p...
Book : Baldessari
A book by John Baldessari.
Book : Armleder
A book by John Armleder.
Book : Mullican
A book by Matt Mullican.
Book : Weiner
A book by Lawrence Weiner.
Book : Cattelan
A book by Maurizio Cattelan.
Book : Brannon
A book by Matthew Brannon.
New Generation
Experiemntal art
Michael Schoner
Michael Schoner develops 3D and 2D designs in different scales varying from architecture and interio...
Kippenberger
Martin Kippenberger (born 1953 in Dortmund, died 1997 in Vienna) is one of the foremost and simultan...
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, Monet was also an avid horticu...
Expression/Information
Painting is seen as a form of practice that—contrary to canonical accounts—in no way shies away ...
German Art since 1960
German ‘paragons of painting’ such as Georg Baselitz, Jörg Immendorff and Markus Lüpertz have ...
Une Cité Industrielle by Tony Garnier
Tony Garnier designed the plans of an ideal city during his stay at the Villa Médicis from 1899 to ...
HOKUSAI X MANGA
Courtesans, Heroes, Stars and Phantoms - In the early seventeenth century, Edo, which was the bigges...
“I’m not supposed to talk about it”
Nine artists were invited to exhibit in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital of the unknown. The enti...
Design & Politics
Photo series "design and politics" by Philippe Jarrigeon, photographer and publisher, born in 1982 i...
Jean-Jaques Lequeu
Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1825) worked as a draughtsman at Rouen, and from 1779 in Paris at the Cad...
Carreaux
Turn of the century tile and mosaic samples from the Societe Generale de Carrelages in Paris.
Raymundo Colares
Raymundo Colares (1944 in Grão Mogol, Minas Gerais - 1986 in Montes Claros, Minas Gerais) was a Bra...
Tamara
Tamara de Lempicka (1898 – 1980) was a Polish Art Deco painter. She was the most fashionable portr...
Royère
Jean Royère (1902-1981) worked in the import-export business before working for cabinetmaker Pierr...
Color constructions
The work of Krijn de Koning interrupts the environment by adding sculptural, architectural and colou...
Télémaque
Hervé Télémaque naît à Port-au-Prince, le 5 novembre 1937. En 1957, il quitte Haïti pour New Y...
Impressionist Gardens
“Many of Monet’s colleagues shared his passion for gardening and were inspired to paint gardens ...
Still Life Monkeys
The inclusion of a monkey with other still-life elements imitates earlier Flemish still-life painter...
Function Follows Form
Formlab is a series of photos generated by an ongoing process for inspiration, random objects are co...
Damien Coupeté images
paintings
German Painting after the 1960s
What is so 'German' about the art made by German painters and sculptors after the 1960s to now? The ...
Antonio Rubino
Antonio Rubino: Pittore, illustratore e scrittore (Sanremo 1880 - Baiardo 1964). Legato all´art nou...