Ben Storms – In Hale

In Hale” by Belgian designer Ben Storms is more than just a regular coffee table. This amazing piece is made from an impressive block of marble that weighs over 200kg and is carried by an “inflated” metal cushion.

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Francisco Ugarte

I recently discovered this amazing Mexican artist Francisco Ugarte,  lives and works in Guadalajara. Ugarte uses lines, forms, space and light to create beauty and serenity.

Untitled (White Neon), 2009, Neon light

Untitled (Oaxaca), 2009, Black painting and black glass

Untitled (Light Boxes), 2010, 5 light boxes and paper

Paper Sculpture, 2013, Bockingford paper and letter size sheets

Untitled (Objects From the Studio), 2013, Furniture, boxes, desk lamps and wood

I Wish I Could Paint A Beautiful Landscape 7 Times, 2013, Oil and acrylic on canvas

Dialogue (Pencil and Sunlight), 2007, Digital print

Untitled (Process) 1, 2014, Acrylic paint on cardboard

Untitled (Lines Series), 2013, Graphite on paper

Untitled (Black and White Reflections), 2003 Digital prints and clear glass

Self-Portrait (Drawing), 2012, Graphite and charcoal on paper

Untitled (Light Box with Slides), 2014, 108 intervened slides on a light box

ntitled (Projections at Ground Level), 2011, Projectors and slides

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PixCell – Kohei Nawa

PixCell’, is a mesmerizing series of sculpture by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa, who uses variably sized glass beads (“PixCell” beads, as Nawaw calls them) to cover the entire surface of objects, mostly taxidermied animals.

The outer layer suggests a molecular structure, and also references the pixel of the computer screen. “By covering surface of an object with transparent glass beads, the existence of the object itself is replaced by “a husk of light”, and the new vision “the cell of an image” (PixCell) is shown.

– Kohei Nawa    To see more Kohei Nawa’s work, please visit