Illustrator and designer Matt Chase works in freelance all at once for magazines such as Wired UK, festivals like the OFF and publishing houses to imagine book covers. He makes minimalist illustrations which play with forms and typography in a very original style. A panorama of his work is to discover in images.
Quotes on Shit is a project by duo designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman. On the baseline “Old shit is turned into new shit”, they give life back to meaningless and old objects by bringing a good dose of colors and a quote full of humour written in bold. Monochrome and funny artworks to discover.
Six & Five is a contemporary design and art studio founded by Andy Reisinger and Ezequiel Pini, two art directors based in Buenos Aires. They have created their own visual identity from pastel colors. Their logo is written on their business cards with a reflected graduation effect. To discover in images.
Alexis Decelle, Cyril Declercq, Vincent Defour and Pierre Jury (all students at the animation school Isart Digital), have directed the short animated movie “L3.0″. The movie tells the story of a “pet” robot named Leo who wanders alone in a post-apocalyptic and boring Paris until the day he meets a new human being.
“What Do You Hyde Series” is an astonishing portraits series made by the Argentine photographer Romina Ressia. For this project, she staged mysterious women whose face and torso are hidden by patterned fabrics. What is even more interesting is the correlation between textile and patterns painted in the background papers. More details in images.
Firmly committed to animal welfare, German photographer Manuela Kulpa“>Manuela Kulpa transcribed the animals sensitivity by this photos series. From that, she hopes to raise awareness and convey a true message about species extinction and present images that she captured at the right time and in the best way. A very touching series to discover in the gallery.
Based in Vienna, Olchinsky workshop creates abstract digital illustrations. Previously, we looked over an organic shapes series. For this one, the studio remains faithful to his touch and works on scaffolds and factories architecture treated with fuzzyness and transparence. To discover in images.
Helsinki-based art director and illustrator Lotta Nieminen has created a whole visual identity for Paintbox : a very modern nail salon in New York. In collaboration with Figure NY, she has designed business cards, posters and loyalty cards. The website was developed by NoFavorite and the pictures were taken by Jamie Nelson.
Here is a series of photographs made by the artist Markus Studtmann : he captures architectural facades and staircases, mostly by low angle, to emphasize the graphic beauty and hypnotic movement of structures. Some shots are retouched so as to give an impression of optical illusions. Find out more in the article.
Anna Garforth is a London-based artist who takes inspiration from nature to capture the most aesthetic details of it and translate them into art. Using multiple tools, the artist shows us, through this eclectic series, her creativity and versatility. Typography, models, and illustrations to discover in the article.
Represented by the same studio of Lara Kiosses, vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for two poetical series : “Etamine” and “Dandelion”. The first series of portraits focuses on a man dressed up and masked by carnations’, anemones’, iris’ and chrysanthemum’s petals. The second one pays tribute to dandelions through women’s portraits, full of finesse.
For the Prada“>Prada’s Spring-Summer 2015 collection, it’s a strange purple desert sand that invaded the podium room in Milan. It’s within dunes of fine sand and ochre ground that the models walked. A stunning staging signed AMO which improves ambiguity between interior and exterior. More images in the gallery.
Say What French Studio has made very beautiful totebags and notebooks for Avalanche Print. They have imagined all the drawings and visuals marked by geometric lines : the whole silk-printed on each bag and notebook. To discover through pictures inspired by still lives, taken by Pierre-Luc Baron Moreau.