Swedish installation artist Michael Johansson has taken Tetris to whole new level with this series of real-life sculptures. Johansson takes ordinary, everyday objects and creates exceptional compositions of colour and form, fuelling his obsession for irregularity and disparity. The works are somewhat perfectly imperfect, in that some sculptures defy logic, but so perfectly pieced together you can’t help but admire it. Form aside, the colours are incredible in their composition, something that Johansson works tirelessly on as he sources objects. I can’t begin to imagine how, or how long these artworks take to build – but they’re truly impressive and will do just fine as your daily dose of art inspiration.
DesignDigest March 13, 20190
Beautiful architecture is composed of beautiful angles – and the way that
DesignNews March 5, 20190
Renowned Japanese architect, Arata Isozaki, has just taken home the prestigious annual