German brothers Qbrk and Nerd make up the artistic duo extraordinaire known as Low Bros. With their awesome creative powers combined, they save urban spaces from being dreadfully dull, leaving their instantly recognizable geometric characters on walls and canvases around Germany and beyond. If you like what you see here, then be sure to check out their respective websites for more creative inspiration!
Aakash Nihalani’s outdoor geometric tape installations highlight the unexpected contours and elegant geometry of the city.
I’ve always believed it is easiest to talk about artwork as if it almost doesn’t exist. The idea of a piece so fleeting, yet moving, is something romantic – and, in a sense, natural. The work of Almut Vogel taps the shoulder of this idea and smiles. In each line and scratch, the lightness and darkness sing songs about their lives, and history while trying to figure out their future.
Siggi Eggertsson recently updated his website and grid-oriented portfolio. His vector-heavy work explores color and tone in a very interesting way. His work would sit beautifully next to some Tom Wesselmann nudes.
Really really nice geometric abstractions from Chicago dude – Todd Chilton. Thoughtful, painty, very awesome.
Mymo of My Monsters is an artist currently working in Berlin and New York.
From her about page: ”Mymo’s works are conceived using methods of free association similar to Surrealistic procedures; that is to say, the figures have the closest possible relationship to their surroundings.”
I’ve posted him before- but I can’t get enough of Siggi!