Thank you for bringing up Luigi Colani, one of my personal heroes. I find him to be a woefully underappreciated highest-order genius, pure and simple, and we are lucky to still have him at 86. Google up Colani and click Images, it's a better result than any Pinterest page I've ever seen.
I think of him in the same league as architect/sculptor Paolo Solari, with his comprehensive vision of a built environment where humans can interact optimally within, and fit cooperatively into, their ecosystems, all executed with sui generis modernist/organic visual language of breathtaking richness and beauty that scales effortlessly between the handheld and the global. Sadly, he passed last year at 94.
Or kickass guitarist/singer/songwriter Nick Saloman, whose all-around virtuosity gives us seemingly straight-ahead psychedelic pop/rock, but where the instruments, vocals and lyrics work together in a dynamic equilibrium I've never heard equaled -- unlike when there's that spot in a Radiohead song where the solo is supposed to go, or when Oscar-winning lyrics are a string of dopey cliches -- Nick punches in a double-lead solo that stops you in your tracks, and creates his own cliches like Raymond Chandler high on a downer. Still a kid at 61.