London-based designer Berke Yazicioglu offers a work deeply influenced by music. In this series of 13 drawings he explores the colourful universe inspired by Igor Stravinsky’s Rite Of Spring, a ballet created in 1917 that unleashed criticism from the public, which was violently confronted with innovative chaotic music, at that time still unheard, and Nijinsky’s choreography. This ballet explores the pagan rite through forms and emotions then called primitive, which still have an aesthetic resonance today. Red, the main colour of the ballet, is combined with electric blue through patterns that mingle the aesthetics of Art Nouveau and Japanese printmaking.