Inspired – Victoria Villasana

So inspired!

I love the amazing textile art by the Mexican artist Victoria Villasana. Her colours combination, and the installation final pieces are simply stunning.

You can follow her on Instagram.


Kirstin Lamb – Colorful Installations

Pop and bright!

I really enjoyed the amazing installations by The American artist Kirstin Lamb.

As a lover and collector of vintage ephemera of any kind, Kristin recreates that sense of retro style into her paintings, in both of her abstract and portraits works. After that, she arranges each art piece into a room, creating beautiful and colorful installations of paintings that “speak” to each other.

You can find Kristin on Facebook and Instagram too.

Ekaterina Panikanova – Paintings On Books


The Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova realises unique installation-paintings with a collage twist. The artist paints beautiful black ink and acrylics illustrations using as a canvas plenty of vintage found book pages.

These books are mounted on board, and the final result is a kind of collage-patchwork of pages that showcase a giant final image. You can also check her works here and here.



Curtis Talwst Santiago – Infinity Series


With Infinity Series the Canadian-Trinidadian artist Curtis Talwst Santiago makes a clear statement. This body of work is composed of miniature sceneries carefully handcrafted inside vintage jewellery boxes.

Most of the themes covered by the artist have a sociopolitical background like refugees on boats, police brutality assaults or completely burned houses.


Textile Art Scupltures

So coloured!

I fell in love with the soft textile sculptures-installations by the Chilean artist Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia.

Chiaozza – Colours, Paper And Nature


The American artistic duo Chiaozza (Terri Chiao and Adam Frezza), creates stunning paper sculptures using bright and eye catchy colours combination.

Their works also involve the use of collage, photography and installation. Despite the abstract final result, the art duo is inspired by natural elements as rocks, wood sticks or plants.



Studio Inty, in collaboration with Studio OpArts and the sound designer Tim Aminov, realized this stunning interactive lights installation for LifeZone exhibition in Moscow. The viewers of this installation were able to interact with it, where a “haunted forest” came to life in a suggestive mixture of lights, shadows and music.

Below more details about this awesome work.

Installation offers the viewer to feel the atmosphere of the mystical forest and meet its inhabitants, by moving the light beam through the panoramic visual surface. The installation was placed in the center of contemporary art M’Ars, within interactive exhibition LifeZone (Moscow, May-June 2015).
To implement the idea of “magic light bulb” we have used IR LEDs in combination with a system of four high-fps cameras. To work with high-resolution (8K), we had to assemble a cluster of 4 computers.
A special area for photographing, where people could take a photo with one of the inhabitants of the forest, was organized next to the installation. Within two months over thousand photos have been shared.