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).
3D animation studio Elastic, who did the True Detective‘s main title, is also behind the main title of the new Netflix/Marvel tv show : “Daredevil”. Patrick Clair and his team of 2D/3D designers have imagine a sequence all in red, like the superhero’s costume in comic books, with a melting liquid that recalls blood.
Since early 2014, Canadian graphic designer Joey Camacho makes daily 3D artworks with subtle details for his project “Progress Before Perfection”. By using the softwares Cinema 4D and Octane Render, he recreates shapes inspired by biology, sound and geometry. After several months, he has put online prints of his 3D sculptures that you can buy on his website.
Like Aptitude, designer Eisen Bernard Bernardo plays with the decors and the entire picture of two American pop singers’ album covers : Beyonce and Madonna. Here, he associates their covers with classical paintings of women in ancient dresses. Anachronisms that work well, to discover.
Hermès partners with Ugo Gattoni for an itinerant exhibition on the theme of “Flânerie”. Entitled Wanderland and installed at the Saatchi Gallery in London, it will move soon in Paris, Turin and other cities in the World. The exhibition includes several spaces and concludes with a video mapping projected on a giant door above which hangs in the air, the two Hermes square designed by the artist and soon available.