>> See more of Pier Paolo’s work at pierpaolo.tv.
Using his favorite typeface, Bodoni, Korean artist Sung-Jin Kim created an ornamental composition entirely from the “extra” characters of the typeface, celebrating the beauty of its glyphs. He started by taking single glyphs and pairing them into slightly more complex elements. He then took those elements and combined them into slightly more complex elements. This three-tiered structure is illustrated in the image above. For inspiration, Kim noted that he “referred to 19C ornament composition in Europe and Arabic.”
>> See more of Sung-Jin Kim’s work at behance.net/idty10.
>> See more of Wang Zhi Hong’s work at wangzhihongcom.tumblr.com.
This identity for Má da Fita is not only beautiful, but incredibly well thought out. Má da Fita is a multimedia company that focuses on narrative and storytelling. Through a thorough understanding of their client, Royal Studio, based in Portugal, created a brand that is extremely versatile aesthetically and symbolic of their client’s ethos. Royal Studio provides fascinating insight into their thinking and branding process:
1 vision; 2 journalists; 2 video-experts.Identity is about building a culture, cultivating history and creating the will to inspire. And respect. Respect. From The Royal to the client, the client to the world, being fed by it’s vision and inspiring him to become inspired, isn’t it?
As airplanes the travel: allow the journey, won’t create the experience.
As audio tracks, lines to a page: allow the story , won’t create the writing .
A brand to be flexible, light on the printing, and that can be molded with mood, care and living: The Traveller’s universe: The Passport; The Stamp; The Diary, The Stickers, The Writing.
By combining painting and photography, Budapest-based artist Flora Borsi asks, “At first sight, what do you think?” She explains further:
“In this series called “IRÉEL” I mixed photographic elements with painting techniques. A hyperrealist painter aims to achieve a result which looks like a real photographic picture. A pictorialist photographer’s desired result is visually equivalent to a painting. The photographs are real, I’ve just applied some color/toning effects, adjusted the contrast and a few skin retouch. “
I previously featured Flora Borsi on Minimo Graph—you can see it here.
>> See more of Flora Borsi’s work at floraborsi.com.
I love photography because of its ability to portray organic, real-life subjects into simple shapes and colors—it allows us to see the ordinary from perspectives previously unseen. In this minimalist approach to nudes. Russian artist Vera Syubaeva creates geometric works of art with the mediums of the human body, light, and darkness. Through clever framing of light that hides and reveals certain aspects of the model, distinct angles and spheres take form, in a continuous composition (represented here in its most original form).
>> See more of Very Syubaeva’s work at behance.net/Vera_Syubaeva.