This month on NONAGON.style we’re getting to know more of our favorite artists and designers, thanks to our interview series. Over the month you’ll see we have a range of videos and articles with some of our favorite new artists and designers, as they share their story of their craft.
Abstract Art — Ann Marie Coolick
Using a palette knife, impasto artist Ann Marie Coolick swirls the paint like luscious frosting on a cake. Her landscape and abstract pieces have a lively quality to them. “It really is a celebration of the paint itself,” delights Coolick.
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Israeli duo Segal and Maayan talk about the exploration between technology and art, finding that there is a blurring of dimensions between the physical, visual and aural sensations.
Unique Furniture — Tectonihks
An architecturally trained tradesman, Francis Kirstein repairs boats and builds unique furniture under the moniker Tectonihks. After 10 years of living and working in Hong Kong, he has found many solutions to tiny apartment living; making two uses for furniture such as the bookshelf that becomes a dining room table.
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3D Modeling Cake Design — Dinara Kasko
Architect and designer Dinara Kasko found that her skills in 3D modeling were also useful to serve her pâtissier passion. Using silicon molds and a range of different layers and ingredients, she creates geometric and architectural structures that are also edible!
The Ceramic Intermediary — Kei Kawachi
Exploring the potential for clay as an intermediary between nature and daily life, Kei Kawachi works with ceramics to create simple and understated work that heightens the experience of touch, taste and sight.
Shanghai Culture Translates to Plates — Pinyin Press
Relocating from the UK to Shanghai, Sarah Armstrong was inspired by daily interactions. Breakfast dumplings, bicycle rides through the city, and lucky charms have been hand drawn and translated onto a gorgeous array of home items.
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And that’s not all, there will be others too! To keep up to date with our artist interviews, make sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive our favorite articles in your inbox every Tuesday! If you can’t wait and want to see more of our previous artist interviews take a look at this chat with Peter Yuill who focuses on large-scale geometric shapes and patterns,