Our weekly selection of the accounts, artists, campaigns and various other creative bits that really stood out for us this week.


Matt simmonds is inspired by his life-long fascination with stone buildings. His work takes stone architecture as a central theme while exploring positive and negative form, the significance of light and darkness and the relationship between nature and human endeavour.


Creating pieces that are extremely pleasing on the eye, and created using only squares of colours, the Italian artist Alberonero painted this in Valencia earlier this year. His site is definitely worth checking out.


Illegal Art, founded in the summer of 2001, is a collective of artists whose goal is to create participatory-based public art to inspire self-reflection, thought and human connection. Each piece is presented or distributed in a method in which participation is simple and encouraged. Find more of the groups work here.

Account worth following

The incredibly steady handed and symmetrical work of Rukkit Kuanhawate is stunning. He works with a range of materials and media to create his work, see more here 

The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Always listen to the art.
— Junot Diaz