Ioana Negulescu, a young Romanian graphic designer, does what the Romanian government can not: promoting Romania abroad in the best and most effective way possible. Ioana uses originality and humor to promote the country. And have I already mentioned the beautiful posters?
Church Sun-pu by Taira Nishizawa Architects
The gaps widen at the top to help disperse reverberation.
Jean-François Rauzier was immediately captivated by numerical photography when it penetrated the professional market 15 years ago. He has been exploring the multiple opportunities offered by computer’s retouching since then, turning himself into a “virtual” painter.
In 2002, he created the “Hyperphoto”, a concept which enables him to deal with the impossible: to combine both infinitely big and infinitely small things in one same image, out of time.To simulate the illusion of reality, Jean-François Rauzier first had to cope with all the inherent limits inherent of the photographic and technological equipment.
He found his way by juxtaposing, duplicating, twisting images with Photoshop, making it possible for him to reproduce human vision more accurately. This way, he generated a genuine numerical puzzle, in which the pieces, cut out, “drawn again”, come up along on top of the imagination of the artist.
SoP - Scale of Representation
Eladio Dieste - Julio Herrera y Obes Hanger, Montivideo 1979.
Hutznhaisl - AFF Architekten
photos: © Hans-Christian Schink
SPAIN: DIGITAL CHARACTER ILLUSTRATION: BAKEA
Bakea is Madrid-based digital artist, Juan Carlos Paz. The series above is an amalgamation of all the creatures living inside Juan’s alternate universe. In other words, an “interior self-portrait.” He explains, "Two years ago I set out on a journey inside my head to document the local fauna there. These photographs are what I’ve come back with so far — thirty-three life forms that comprise the core essence of a much larger family that keeps growing everyday."