The self-taught artist spends a lot of time drafting on paper before making the real pieces. He creates pixel-based typographic screens, all by hand. He is always looking for a touch of originality to distinguish his work from that of other graffiti muralists.
Fri Art Kunsthalle Freiburg presents: Trix and Robert Haussmann (Fribourg, Switzerland)
Since 1967, Trix and Robert Haussmann has built an idiosyncratic oeuvre that has continuously challenged architectural, design and aesthetic conventions. This exhibition, entirely conceived in close collaboration with the architects over a long period of time, examines every aspect of their research.
EXPERIMENT & MAKE MISTAKES by Enoz (Bologna, Italy)
Enoz is a Italian Guatemalan creative grows up with Graffiti culture. His works are mainly the result of experimentation without end. He studies various areas of communication with the various results of his experiments trying to establish a good legal agreement between art and design.
Galasse seeks to break away from what he regards as the “vices and default rules” of traditional art direction and translates his own personality into type that literally lets the concept speak for itself.
Limited Edition, screen printed quilt cover sets designed by Kyle Hughes-Odgers.
Hand screen printed using water based inks in Sydney (Australia), these Limited Edition quilt covers come in sets with two matching pillow cases. Made from 5 star hotel quality 100% cotton (280 thread count) fabric, they also feature custom woven labels and unique screen printed fabric German Astor mould buttons. The artwork was created by Kyle Hughes-Odgers, one of Australia’s leading young visual artists, for almost a decade he has exhibited artwork and created public art extensively throughout Australia and internationally.
Singapore is one of the fastest growing countries in Asia, with an up-and-coming creative scene. The danger is that during this rapid period of growth, we may forget our roots and heritage. It is with this in mind that we embarked on this issue, to document and celebrate the past through the minds of talented local artists. Some recent, some older, these fragments of the past will be a guaranteed trigger for nostalgia.
Victory Journal Issue 6 explores two elements any glory-seeking city kid is brutally familiar with: blood and asphalt. Its trained eye moves through time and tone from Anthony Blasko’s wine-dark photos of the UFC title fight between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson, to illustrator David Rathman’s watercolor impressions of the Montreal Grand Prix, to legendary photo-realist Jerome Liebling’s portraits of handball players in Miami Beach. The excerpt from Rick Telander’s classic 1974 basketball tome, Heaven is a Playground, presents an old-school view of Brooklyn, while Massaer Ndiaye and Alessandro Simonetti spotlight Senegal’s long wrestling tradition. It is glory soaked in healthy sweat.
As director of his production company ‘Ganga’, Francesco specializes in music video clips, creative documentaries, visual art and advertising. Among others he produces video clips for some of the greatest Italian musicians such as Max Gazzè, Caparezza, Sergio Cammariere and Giorgia e Nada.
Base Design & Delvaux: “From the Kingdom of Belgium”
Established in 1829 in Brussels, Delvaux is the oldest luxury leather goods manufacturer in the world – and Base was entrusted with the challenge of translating its international ambition into an elegant and contemporary visual identity. Initial efforts focused on creating a new visual language reflecting Delvaux’s future personality. This personality is summed up by a new logo and the baseline “From the Kingdom of Belgium”. Pierre Daras, Art Director at Base, explains: “Each intervention, whether graphic or plastic must be seen as a moment of grace, a moment suspended in time”. Base and Delvaux have been working closely together for more than two years, as part of a long-term project that is generating both enthusiasm and new challenges.
Les Vandales is a graphic design studio based in Paris, specialised in motion design and video mapping.They were recently appointed to create videos and designing backdrops for ETAM – presented at the Paris Fashion Week 2014 with music performances by Breakbot, Kavinsky, Azealia Banks, Massive Attack, Eve and Cassius.
No Fly is really about innovation “on the run” while maintaining the utmost creativity during the process. The project is always open to surprising ideas and even for non-professionals to submit their work.
Having worked with prestigious magazines including Vogue, Harper’s Baazar, Elle to name a few, Yves Lavallette specialises in fashion photography, art direction and photo editing. Inspired by the tragic events that took place in the suburbs of London, one of his latest project is “Dale Farm” featuring Camille Razat. The photo shoot was done in both colour and B/W, together with a film that will be released at a later date. Please check out the work of the very talented Yves Lavallette by visiting his website today!
They created this beast and took the liberty to relocate it to a new home, another desolate desert, in order to blur the line off its new context. This project welcomes the change, winter is almost gone and a new season is coming, as well as ice age is gone and global warming took the lead, the desert welcomes this iconic beast as a new guest, although its future remains uncertain.