Heathe Nash is an amazing South African artist who started just messin around with garbage and now has an entire company employing many people to create his beautiful plastic lights.
Stuart Haygarth, anpther London based artist, creates beautiful lights all from mostly plastic objects. His work is so minimal but at the same time very ornate and busy. Love the glass table idea, I think I should make one, but with rustic wood sides and maybe some rusty nail stains or something inside.
Dieu Tan Photography is one of the artists I found on this site, who has some great examples of using photograpy as a representation of your art creations. Beautiful photographys as well. But you have to go to the site to see the creative parts, because I can't find the images to download, or I just don't know how.
Go to http://www.thedesignfiles.net/ to see this site
Linzie Hunter (below) is another artist shown on the website.
This site also has great links to other very neat sites for design inspiration, such as this magazine (below) Inside Out
Heather Knight has simply georgeous ceramic pieces. I wish I liked to do Hand Building more than I do. You have to go to her site, she has soo much work, and an Etsy account as well.
Kristen Coelho has some very clean and simple works, but these caught my attention.
SzilviaGyorgy has some beautiful lamps/vessels. I wonder how she gets them to be so perfectly nonperfect.
Coe&Waito have some stunning peices showing such detail and complexity, but purely simple and minimal.
Jonathan Trotter is from the UK (I think I love anything from the UK) and a recent graduate, with some great conceptual ceramics.
Natalia Fabia has such beautiful paintings, ran across her work a few years ago, and still love them.
Author: Kelly Egger
I am not only an artist but also a teacher, so I spend a lot of time looking for cool artists. So I started this site to share my findings with others like me.