Hungarian designer Eszter Imre has developed ‘table-wear’, a collection of ceramic jewellery. The traditional shapes were adapted by hand from their original module. Typical style of patterns were hand-painted on the pieces with gold highlights to further connect them with the original cup or plate.
The apartment is a little penthouse in Turku, Southern Finland. Before renovation, too many walls and doors blocked the spaces. The goal in this project was to lett the light flow in and creating a relaxing living room.
New York artist Hope Gangloff works predominantly with pen and ink on paper, using reference photographs she takes of her friends.
Christine Woodside draws on her recent trips to Italy, placing her familiar still life and dove compositions before a dramatic window-framed vista of Tuscan or Umbrian landscape.
With increasing optical intensity John McAllister’s smart, wryly elegant new paintings continue to negotiate a path between past and present, painting and photography, decoration and documentation, and modernism and postmodernism.