"less is more than a lot -less is the ocean in a dewdrop" ■ Zombek was born on April 10th 1965 in Levoca, where he lives and works on art, design and architecture. His artwork appears in numerous private collections across Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Great Britain, Greece, USA, Canada, Hong Kong SAR and Puerto Rico. ■ RISE ART, London: Architect and artist Slavomir Zombek lives and works in his hometown of Levoca in Slovakia, and his art is informed by the modernist tradition. Simple, minimal patterns in a limited colour palette create a zen-like and calming vibe - especially when displaying his artworks in a collection on a gallery wall. They would look fantastic in a minimal or classic 20th century interior. ■ SAATCHI ART, Los Angeles: “Less is more than a lot,” says Slavomir Zombek of his minimalist works, which utilize simple geometric forms inspired by the Bauhaus and Suprematism movements. He uses a minimal means of expression to touch on larger themes of duality, love, and utopia and dystopia. ■ Amanda Lambert, curator: Slavomir Zombek's collage works are incredibly intricate and delicate. The artist uses newspaper, glazing, varnish, and found objects to create arresting compositions, the reference architecture, geometry and have deeper contextual meanings. The works look excellent when multiple works are placed together in a grid format.