Christopher Marley creates mosaics with common and exotic insects that puts the little critters in a different, and beautiful, kind of light. Collected mainly from SouthEast Asia and South America, the Oregon-based designer whose fascination with insects came from his very own phobia of them, only sources from sustainable farmers.
Jason Dussault takes a 4,000 year old medium to create imagery fitting modern society in the series Deconstructive/Constructive. The New York-based Canadian artist uses a hammer and ceramic callipers to break painted porcelain tiles and rearranges them to create incredibly detailed mosaics.
Having just come off the back of one of the nastiest winters in three decades, it has been estimated that the streets of Chicago have been left with over half a million potholes. An industrious artist named Jim Bachor has taken it upon himself to fill them with original tile mosaics.