Micro Collection by Miss Van & Limbo Family



Film by Landry A. []
Paintings by Miss Van []
Music by Internet 2 – ¡Viva la música! []
Performance by Fleur & Lina

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Serban Savu

El realismo en la atmósfera, las distancias, junto a una tranquila y urbana cotidianidad, hacen de la obra del artista rumano Servan Savu tenga algo muy especial.

Dase Roman Sherbakov

Hoy ampliamos la lista de tatuadores con ese toque especial/loco/distinto/genial que tanto nos gustan en Artnau. Se trata del artista ucraniano Dase Roman Sherbakov.


Where’s your head?

La divertida serie “Where’s your head?” del pintor Carl Beazley.

Kris Knight

Kris Knight is a Canadian painter whose work examines performance in relation to the construction, portrayal and boundaries of sexual and asexual identities. Drawing from personal histories of rural escapism through imagination, Knight paints disenchanted characters that are lost between youth and adulthood; they hide their secrets, but desperately long to let them go. His mythical and ambiguous portraits are a synthesis of fantasy and real-world memory; they tiptoe between the dichotomies of pretty and menace, hunter and hunted, innocence and the erotic.

Panda Bear . Boys Latin

This is the story of a young woman out for a hike along a coastal tide pool. Her encounter with a sea anemone triggers a phantasmagorical reaction. She meets a man who seems to be in a similar predicament, and together they start a family of sorts.

Apollo 8 Command Module

The NASA of the 1960s was the inspiration behind the universe of Woodlabo.

The conquest of space was built on the same values we find in Woodlabo’s creations: meeting the challenge, practising the highest standards, savoir-faire, rigour, innovation and perseverance. Woodlabo’s lights were conceived from this need to dream and to make others dream. Top of the range and out-of-the-ordinary, Woodlabo’s creations tell a story, a story about men and women who, their eyes fixed on the stars, never gave up on their dream to reach the unreachable. The lights created by Woodlabo remind us day after day of this absolute necessity. Woodlabo advocates a Made in Earth production, which combines the finest skills and materials from different countries. 

Together we shall achieve the impossible: the conquest of space!

Nimura Daisuke

Algunos de los dibujos del ilustrador japonés Nimura Daisuke son adorablemente picantes (¿?). Curiosa combinación. ¿Lo mejor? Los gifs!

Chistera . Pays Basque

Toca disfrutar de esos vídeos que tanto nos gustan en Artnau. Vídeos que te enseñan como son esos oficios tan mágicos y que por muy mal que nos sepa con el tiempo se van perdiendo. Veamos que nos cuenta Jean-Louis, el último maestro artesano de la cesta punta.

Pelican by Woodendot

Cierra los ojos e imagina una bandada de pelícanos en vuelo sobre el océano, capaces de atrapar peces con la gran bolsa que tienen en la parte inferior de su largo pico. Inspirados en este ave y utilizando una paleta de colores obtenida del entorno de este ave Woodendot nos presenta Pelican.

PISTA by Las Coleccionistas

Las Coleccionistas han creado junto a Emma Pardos una preciosa colección de complementos en edición limitada llamada Pista. Fotografiando diferentes y coloridos objetos desechados se inventan unos geniales patrones que luego usan en sus estampados.

OVO by Monitillo Marmi

Ovo by Monitillo Marmi is a marble passive loud speaker for iPhones. It embodies a tension between tradition vs innovation, digital vs analogic, artisanal expertise vs technology. The shape of this speaker is achieved by slowly, carefully carving materials out of single block of Carrara marble.

Alex Seton

Las impresionantes esculturas de Alex Seton.

Submarine Sandwich by PES

PES vuelve a crear y a dejarnos con la boca abierta con otra de sus maravillas en stop-motion. Increíble trabajo frame a frame.

Lars Elling

Detrás de los borrones, las máscaras y de una teatralidad especial en cada cuadro se encuentra el artista noruego Lars Elling.

Kris Lewis

Kris Lewis is a Los Angeles-based artist whose influences include Alfonse Bougereau, Andrew Wyeth, Hans Holbein, Albrecht Durer, Hieronymus Bosch, Gustav Klimt, and Jules-Bastien LePage. His reverence for masters of old is apparent in his depiction of the human figure, which he uses as a vector for hidden stories, delicate emotion, and finding truth. His affinity for people-watching also informs his paintings, collecting glances, gestures, miens and hints and channeling them through the canvas for the viewer to share in the experience.

All We are / Keep Me Alive

Music video directec by Abbie Stephens.

Romina Ressia

El estilo pictórico más clásico se moderniza de golpe gracias a las increíbles fotografías de Romina Ressia.

Calligraphy on Girls

Pokras Lampas tiene tanto talento creando sus características caligrafías como escogiendo sus particulares lienzos.

Chris LaBrooy

Chris LaBrooy ya nos sorprendió con sus “Auto Aerobics“, ahora nos vuelve a dejar alucinados con sus locuras 3D en su serie “Tales of auto elasticity“.

Silver Lining Ceramics

The amazing crystal cups by Katie Marks.

Rachel Baran

La fotografía conceptual de la joven artista Rachel Baran.

Helena Frank

Los divertidos y cabezones personajes dibujados por la ilustradora Helena Frank.

Mosh Pits (Human and Otherwise)

Dan Witz, el retratista del moshing*.

* El Mosh (o Moshing) es un tipo de danza en cuyos participantes saltan, hacen acrobacias y chocan violentamente unos con otros al ritmo de la música. Suele ser asociado con estilos musicales “agresivos” como el hardcore punk, el thrash metal, el death metal o el groove metal. (wikipedia)

Fidia Falaschetti

Fidia’s world is a kind of surrealistic society made up of bizarre iconic characters, shown in different contexts and lit up by special “floodlights”. Playing with this pop-ular language, and toying with the (sometimes) frightful actuality, he tries to give a different meaning to what is happening around us.

Spencer Harrison

Spencer Harrison is a graphic artist, designer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. Behind his energetic and vivid creations is a playful imagination and fascination with daydreams, adventures, nature and fun.

A Tale of Plant & Pot

A Tale of Plant & Pot is a dialogue between Adam Silverman and Kohei Oda and their work, two talented makers that share a mutual love of the beauty to be found in the perfectly imperfect. The strangely beautiful glazes and finishes of Adam Silverman’s pots are both challenging and rewarding in equal measure. For A Tale of Plant & Pot he focused on that most basic element of nature: the earth, knowing that each pot would then be presented to Kohei Oda to complete the story that he had begun. Kohei Oda’s philosophy has always been to work with plants that have personality, using rare and grafted cactus (connecting two pieces of living plant tissue together to grow as one composite plant) creating hybrid specimens that capture the beauty and potential in each perceived imperfection.

Marble Basics

Marble Basics is a sister design duo based in Melbourne. An adoration of Marble inspires the transformation from everyday objects into marble-ised showpieces. Their dedication to Marble, a durable and enduring material is channelled in contemporary, basic and everlasting products, all designed by Bliss and Bonnie Adams.

Dene Leigh

Dene Leigh is a British Artist who achieved his BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting degree at Wimbledon College of Art. His practice incorporates different artistic disciplines drawing from and commenting on assemblage, collage, photography, found art, and painting and uniting them to create illusive artworks about fascinating neurological impairments with a recurring theme of the unseen and unknown; drawing particular emphasis on the impairments that his grandfather experienced after a stroke.


Chester is a project which was developed in cooperation by Oya-Meryem Yanik & Anastasiya Koshcheeva. The two designers live and work in Berlin and have come together in their experimental approach. This turned out in a series of prototypes with different variations. As a result, the cover material for Chester has taken its beginning.