How great are these perceptual studies by Toronto-based artist Isabel M. Martinez. Spending her formative years in Santiago, Chile, Martinez’s work takes apart experience, time, perception and emotion in these simple yet mesmerizing photo collages.
Artist Ed Fairburn has recently come out with new works that live somewhere between sculptures and drawings. He’s still using traditional ink to draw on maps but now he’s cutting and layering maps to create incredibly intriguing works.
We love these sweet pieces by Singapore-based artist Izziyana Suhaimi. Combining traditional illustration, watercolor and then adding embroidery, Suhaimi creates a subtle narrative between the traditional craftsmanship and contemporary subjects in these beautifully done pieces.
From her series “Mimicry”, Netherlands-based artist Ilse Leenders creates these carefully composed, colorful pieces that feel perfectly spring-like to us. Speaking to the idea of individuality and identity in contemporary society, “Mimicry” presents humans as faceless animals, adapting to their environments. Check out her website for a variety of other great projects.