Cactus Ice-Cream and Tropical-Coloured Wit

Daniel Forero is the artist putting an uncanny, blink-and-you'll-miss-it quirk on his disarmingly simple compositions, with tropical colour blasts that almost make you miss the...

Mental Landscapes and Figurative Space

The Janus series of paintings is as much about concealment as it is revelation, made through a process of covering over painted figures with layers of white paint: a paradoxically backwards...

The Plus Picks: Our Selection from Frieze London 2016

Another year, another cornucopia of established and upcoming artistic talent to submerge ourselves in at Frieze London: we explored the enigmatic white-canopied pop-up space in Regent’s Park...

Monochrome Nostalgia And The Linger Of Violence Past

Henrique de França, born in the early ‘80s and currently living and working in São Paulo, is an up and coming master in capturing the past in a simple and contrasting present moment....

Clippings, Cuttings And Clarity

Abstract and eye-catching yet subtle, graphic designer, Isabel Reitemeyer, collages are created with cut outs from books and magazines. The minimalist collections are clear...

Alive But Not Awake

Sometimes real life is stranger than fiction and that was certainly the case when the entire village of Kalachi in Kazakhstan fainted and fell asleep,...

Before The Slogan Tee Trend

The world has gone slogan mad - you can’t walk down a high street without seeing them plastered across people and posters alike. For Andrew Chen though, a caffeine...

The Animal Kaleidoscope

You would be hard pressed to find anyone who is not mesmerized as a child by a kaleidoscope, the repeating pattern, merging colours and images, to create visual...

Everyday Sketches: Penning Personality

When you’re an art director and freelance illustrator, finding time to sit down each day and turn a person from a photo into a satirical character sketch is difficult....