Taiwanese designer Wang Zhi Hong makes very beautiful asiatic book covers. His minimalist work integrates geometric and graphic elements where the writing is a drawing itself. A selection of his covers is to discover in images and in details in the gallery.
Russian designers Constantin Bolimond and Dmitry Patsukevich have created a wine bottles packaging called “Wine, or maybe not?” and inspired by Marge, Homer Simpson and the painter Piet Mondrian. Each bottle is dosed differently to create various flavors and never get bored of this wine.
Tim Rotermund achieved these beautiful packaging for the brand T. A modern and harmonious design in each of the packaging: boxes of tea, paper cups and bags are in the same harmony with pastel colors such as pink, blue and white. Each product is marked with a T, embossed or simply printed.
Performed by Le Duo for IDEAT magazine, these illustrations represent three major themes: furniture design made by top designers such as Hans Wegner and Charles Ray Eames, famous monuments from different cities such as New York, Sydney, London and finally, the types of families from cities such as Paris, Berlin and Milan.
Located in Toyokawa city, the “Light Walls House” is a wooden house imagined by Japanese studio mA-style architects. White, minimalist and decorated with plants, this building has a structure which allows the light to reflect on the ground and on the walls in order to create patterns thanks to a trick of shadows and rays. To discover through Kai Nakamura’s photos.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of visuals that represent iconic costumes worn by characters from famous films, and also various equipment used for special jobs as mountain climber. The goal is to recognize movies like “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” through different outfits shown.
German photographer Daniel Sebastian Schaub got interested in funfair carrousels for his series “Wondrous Whirligigs”. The most zany carrousels pass before our eyes and reveal their original universes and their own graphic dimensions. An extract of this series is to discover in the gallery.
Based in Berlin, Olivia Steele is an artist who uses light and neons to add meaning and irony to a place. She creates spiritual baselines we can interpret as we want, by working a lot on typography and the style of her letters. Her work is to discover in bars, in cities and on photographs.
Introduced at the Biennale di Venezia 2014 – Architecture, “Fundamentals: Form-ContraForm” is an installation imagined by Dutch architecture agency Bekkering Adams architects. This artwork gathers 14 000 suspended balls in the shape of a cube lighted by a blue light. To discover through the photos of Jeroen Musch.
After her series “A Tribute to Budgie” Anna Keville Joyce introduces us to his new creations entitled “Eastern Europe”, this series of four food illustrations represent European cities such as Prague, Budapest, Bucharest and Warsaw. Great and delicious creations to discover in the article.