When Daniel Gregory was 12 years old, his grandfather gave him a lathe machine and taught him how to use it. From that point on, while the other kids were outside playing, Dan would spend hours in his garage marveling at his newfound ability to recycle scraps of wood and met... read more
We imagine a world where the celebration of
difference supersedes competition.
Mark McClure has been an artist in his heart for as long as he can remember. While pragmatism led him to pursue a career in design, his desire to create art has only grown stronger with time and now he uses his design training to experiment with geometric murals, prints and ... read more
Sculptor Davide La has always been fascinated with playing around with materials. As a child, he would take apart appliances with fascination just to see what was inside, and now much of his work involves the opposite – the fusion of materials and shapes in woodwork and we... read more
Carole Poirot still remembers taking her first point-and- shoot camera as a teenager, and pointing it straight at the sun. Contrary to every caution, the photo came out beautifully. This was the moment she learnt to trust her eye, and this confidence in her personal creative... read more
David Shand collates meaning from the remains of advertising billboards that most of us barely notice. While he has been an artist for as long as he can remember (his earliest memory of art is of sketching a bridge with a pink felt-tip pen as a five year old), screen-printin... read more
Henry Boon has always felt that art is in his blood. Growing up in an artistic family – his mother is a painter and his father is a graphic designer – he started drawing “as soon as I could pick up a pencil”, tracing and copying cartoon and computer game characters i... read more