Jo In Hyuk is an illustrator/graphic designer from Seoul, South Korea who draws fashion influenced designs. Mr. Hyuk’s craftsmanship is so clean, precise, and diverse from cross hatching to minimal line drawings.
Designer and artist Seth Clark creates beautiful collages focusing on the beauty of decay and collapse within architecture. Within the deterioration, he writes, “there remains a gentle resolve…it is as if the buildings were content with their circumstance…They are on the brink of ruin, yet appear dignified in their state. Something very energized and present…
Katarzyna Konieczka is a fashion/costume/designer based out of London, UK who aims to create an impact on the viewer in amazingly bizarre and radical ways. Each costume has been created as a one off, the techniques used to create them have been developed by herself by experimenting with textiles, fabric, and paint.
Montreal-based motion-VFX-filmmaker Patrick Doan (running under the name of Defasten) presents a bulk of his work through geometrical layers of abstract subject matter. Our conversations with the artist helped us reveal how computer graphics become a tool for storytelling and expression. Check out the Q&A interview after the jump!
Sonia Rentsch is an Australian still life fine artist that crafts clever concepts into deceptively effortless scenes. She graduated from RMIT University for Industrial Design in 2002 and since than Sonia has built up a diverse folio under the creative house of Moth Design.
Justine Ashbee creates vast, amorphous drawings that swerve and multiply – pulsating like visceral, rhythmic beats of music that you can feel against the deep pink interiors of your ears. Utterly mesmerizing.
UK dance-rock band Foals (their music previously sampled back in January of 2011 here) plays connect-the-dots in their latest music video for My Number, from the album Holy Fires. Designed and directed by Us.
Physics and mathematics are the underlying mechanics that seem to drive the natural wonders around all of us. They are also the key forces of aesthetic influence to well-versed artist Philipp Artus. Check out the in-depth Q&A spread after the jump!
Daily Tous Les Jours creates projects that bring the public together. The Canadian design studio focuses on “participation – empowering people to have a place in the stories that are told around them.”