“Sunflowers” by Rob and Nick Carter

A 3D bronze reinterpretation of Vincent van Gogh's 1888 painting

Inspired and informed by Vincent van Gogh’s 1888 “Sunflowers” painting (housed in London’s National Gallery), artist duo Rob and Nick Carter‘s bronze interpretation of the iconic post-impressionist artwork is part of a larger series that looks to re-engage with art of the past. The pair’s exhibition, “Transforming,” is now on display at London’s Fine Art Society and combines new media and technology with classic art—creating …

Zoë Mowat Design

Sculptural homewares from the Montreal-based designer

by LinYee Yuan Memphis meets Montreal in Zoë Mowat‘s sculptural pieces. The young designer fabricates and designs out of her Montreal studio, drawing inspiration from nature, textures and a minimalist approach to form. At this year’s “From Quebec” exhibition at Wanted Design during NYC Design Week, Mowat shared her vision for modular, stacking totems in furniture and tabletop objects. Mowat’s Arbor Jewelry Stand is a …

The Principals

Beautiful analog expressions born from technology and craftsmanship

The trio of young men comprising Brooklyn-based design practice The Principals are a relatively motley crew. An architect, a metal fabricator and an industrial designer with a background in sculpture, the threesome connect over a shared interest in creating projects that explore the realm of building through a combination of modern technology and time-honored artistry. Their collective talents have led to a handsome portfolio of …