In cleaning out old files I came across a mountain of great images. They are in no particular order and have no links to their origins (sorry). So I will be posting 100 at a time. 151 this time. Enjoy.
Lego artist Mihai Marius Mihu says: I didn’t read the Divine Comedy, only the small descriptions of the circles I found on the websites. I didn’t want to be much influenced by the original descriptions because I wanted to give a whole new fresh approach for each circle. I thought more about the significance of titles and from then on it was only my imagination.
Picture: Mihai Marius Mihu / Rex Features
Paris-based Emmanuel Bossuet is one of the rare art directors of his generation to conceive his work with such an intense decorative dimension. Debuting as a graphic consultant at Philip Starck’s, he soon after established EEM as an agency aimed to one-of-a-kind projects. Studios such as Martine Sitbon or Sonia Rykiel requested him for his skill as a decorative designer.
To say I’m enamored with Louis Reith’s work would be a massive understatement. He has found a visual language that resonates so perfectly with his materials. I really love the texture, shape, form, language and rhythm.
Louis Reith is an artist and graphic designer. With ‘communication’ as primary aim in his graphic work, Reith seeks tranquility in his drawings, collages and sculptures. By typographic forms on old book pages and the use of maps, Reith creates a world of mountain landscapes and abstract works.