Plug into these unusual family portraits by Patrick Sluiter
Whimsical, melancholic, and aesthetically innovative. NYC-based graphic designer and illustrator Patrick Sluiter's contemplative and implicitly eerie renderings of rounded, solitary figures in space have warranted the artist a specifically emotive stylistic niche.
Our pastel Brutalist holiday with winemaker Alexis Christodoulou
Circular Brutalist windows filter soft daylight across the tiled interior. Before us, a pale pool languidly stretches out of sight, transforming the room's concise architectural verticality into undulating columns of pink.
For the love of letters, and then some with Khyati Trehan
There is something implicitly refined and aesthetically atemporal in designer Khyati Trehan's work. Stylistically ambiguous, distinctly contemporary yet entirely referential, experiencing Khyati's work is not unlike standing before the entire pedagogy of design.