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We love Math Bass' super flat super perfect paintings

We love Math Bass' super flat super perfect paintings

Math Bass is an artist who uses colour, geometry and flatness in a way that makes our little hearts soar. Looking at her work is like reading visual poetry, decoding the abstracted and ambiguous forms which skip playfully across her canvasses.

The Los Angeles based artist has been working at her instantly recognisable vernacular for a few years now, creating a library of sharp symbols which act as a visual language. Don’t think that you’ll get to the bottom of her message though, as she notes “the ambiguity of an object, its function and its...


Antti Kalevi knows about colour, texture and bodacious forms


Melting, psychedelic patterns and surface design from Catalina Velásquez G

Melting, psychedelic patterns and surface design from Catalina Velásquez G

Catalina Velásquez G is a London-based design student whose obsessions with bright colours, botanical gardens and festivals shine right through in her work. After completing her Bachelor of Design at the University of Los Andes in 2012, she is currently studying at Central Saint Martins to smash out her Masters in Communication Design.

Catalina skips across the realms of graphic design, art direction, illustration and visual communication in her work like it’s no thang. Her penchant for making patterns and surface design blazes through in her folio, which is kind of like looking into a sun on...


Doodles of delightful texture and colour from Gizem Vural

Doodles of delightful texture and colour from Gizem Vural

We’re totally enthralled by Istanbul-born, now New York-based illustrator Gizem Vural’s use of colour and texture. So much energy and excitement, we feel like we’re moving with the drawings when we lookout them. What’s more amazing, is that this talented lady never knew she wanted to be an illustrator!

The usual story for illustrators is that they’ve been “drawing since they could hold a pencil”, yada yada. Not the case here. Gizem was studying graphic design for six years in her hometown in Istanbul before she realised she wanted to be an illustrator. Drawing now...


We love these tight 'n' cheeky ceramics by Louise Madzia

We love these tight 'n' cheeky ceramics by Louise Madzia

Have you stumbled across the super playful clay work of UK ceramicist Louise Madzia yet? If the answer is ‘nah’, today is most definitely your lucky day! Working out of her garden studio in Buckinghamshire, she builds all of her hand-coiled earthenware. This is followed by a firing session, and she then glazes each piece by hand. When they emerge from the kiln the final time, they are sleek, clean pots made unique by her tight, often cheeky line work.

Louise was studying illustration at Kingston when she started taking casual weekly ceramics classes on a...