Bunnie Reiss is well known for her cosmic and symmetrical imagery. The Los Angeles-based artist is of Eastern European descent and her work exhibits both Russian and Polish folk art embellishments which she applies to murals, installations, textile and paintings. She is a collector of weathered objects and will often transform them into unique works of art.
You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Bunnie Reiss.
For four decades Sissel Blystad has been a central figure within Scandinavian textile arts. She creates large scale tapestries and shaped textiles using bright colorful hand-dyed wool fiber on board. She is also one of the first textile artist to incorporate digital rendering as composition guide. Much of her ‘drawings with thread’ is abstract built on repetition of small elements. The artist who lives and works in Oslo was educated at the Crafts and Arts School and Bergen Handicrafts School.
Images: Courtesy of Sissel Blystad.
Loving these colorful geometric crosswalks created in Madrid by visual media and conceptual artist Christo Guelov. Entitled, “Funny Cross”, the designs were developed to encourage people to cross the street safely making the crosswalks more visible to both pedestrians and drivers. On his profile he writes this about his work:
“Movement makes time visible, is the formal change. Distinguishing the terms: “things” of “events”, “mobility” of “immobility”, “time” of “timelessness”, “to be” or “to become”, my attention is focused on the “space-time” time. Temporality of the space, relativity of “the whole” and recurrence of the time in the life cycles are the target of my experiments and determine the nature of my work.”
The artist can be followed on his website, Facebook and Behance.
Images: Courtesy of Christo Guelove and Rafael Pérez Martinez.