“Floral Stamp Typography” is a stamps and typography project imagined by Greek graphic designer Meni Chatzipanagiotou. With patterns of botanic flowers and plants on stamps, she shapes meticulously each letter of the alphabet. Thanks to a Speedball Lino Cutter, she has carved 47 patterns on rubbers.
Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who plays creating optical illusions. His recent exhibition “La Villette En Suites”, which takes place in Paris until 13th september, gathers geometrical figures that he paints in the streets or in rooms with an anamorphosis effect. His artworks are like puzzles that are assembled only when the visitor is at the right place.
After Floating Flower Garden, here’s “Harmony”, the new digital and interactive of Japanese studio teamLab for the Japan Pavilion Expo Milano 2015. They have reproduced a space where rice fields are projected in mapping on flat white platforms that are high on our knees. The projections move according to the movement and walk of the visitor.
As Egene Koo, Miami-based painter Juan Travieso makes colorful paintings depicting surrealist settings, mixing polygonal forms, landscapes and animals. This blend of style is not only full of aesthetics, it also denounces the harmful effects produced by humans on nature. To discover below.
After his collaborative project with Xavier Casalta, the typographer Rémy Boiré come back with a series of illustrations entitled “Compositions”. The project is the essence of a request made to his closed friends : select lyrics from one song to which they are particularly sensitive in order to interpret them with drawing.
Kyle Robertson is a graphic designer based in London. He created a black and white posters set in which he plays with the typography and graphic according to the quote of leading figures he wants to highlight, as the artist Evan Robertson. On some creations, eyes like to be lost during reading. Research of the perfect design is amazing and original.
Japanese graphic designer Wataru Yoshida, made a mammal’s posters set while studying at Tama Art University. This creation was designed to an imaginary exhibition at the Tokyo National Museum of Nature and Science. The mamma’s bony anatomy is drawn on their skin. The realization of these creations is amazing through the artist’s precision and attention to detail.
Here is a campaign directed by Stefan Wernik and produced by Guy Jamieson, luxury river cruises agency Scenic Tours presents its creativity and identity : gradually, illustrations, quotes and animations created by Arthur Collie and Alexander Watson create links elegantly on a Stephen Frost‘s soundtrack.
Besides the installation Light in Water, the exhibition “The Play of Brilliants” presents many more monumental artworks. On the theme of light, artists and designers such as WHITEvoid, Haberdashery, Soo Sunny Park and Flynn Talbot have imagined impressive sculptures. A sensorial and interactive experience composed of 11 installations and available until 31st of May, at the Eléphant Paname (Paris).