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Everybody loves a good chart. Whether it’s a pie chart, bar graph, line graph or what have you, a chart can take a difficult concept and turn it into an engaging and understandable graphic. It can spice up an otherwise boring report, and even give you valuable statistics within arm’s reach. Yes, whether it’s to analyze traffic on your website or to figure out where to allocate the most resources in your company, a chart is a universally needed concept.
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Sam Burley is a matte painter turned illustrator currently living and working in Providence, Rhode Island. Sam uses a controlled limited palette within each composition, using color contrasts for drama as well as compositional movement. You’re welcome to scroll though our picks from his portfolio ;).
Cardiff, Welsh based artist Michael Bosanko creates the amazing light graffiti effect using simple household torches and by leaving his digital Canon camera on a long exposure ranging from seconds to over an hour. Continue reading »
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Katerina Belkina is an international award-winning visual artist and photographer from Samara, Russia, currently based in Moscow. Her works essentially focus on female portraiture and beauty. The viewer enters the inner world and sees the world of different state of mind through women’s eyes. Let’s take a look at the very best from her portfolio. Enjoy!
Polly Stanton is photographer and video maker. Her look on empty and wild landscapes is related to time and to men.
Landscapes are nothing without the look of the artist. From her observations, Polly Stanton wants to reveal “the power of cinema, that shape and reflect human experiences, places, and environment”
Minimalist, animalist, and very child-like, Charles Santoso holds a pencil with precision and lightness and renders his personal and slightly nostalgic vision of the world.
Our creativity and design team in You Art spends long hours everyday looking for new trends and inspiration. It’s part of our job as an agency to chat as often as we can with designers, artists, planners and other proffesionals in the culture sector. But we must confess we also spend quite an amount of our time monitoring blogs and other media, longing to find creative ideas around the world. Arquitecture, app developement, sculpture, music… we know from experience that inspiration is everywhere when you live with curiosity.
So today I decided to start sharing here some of these awesome artists, active nowadays and generating amazing work. Keep this 5 in mind just in case you get thirsty for new trends.
German designer and illustrator Simón Prades has worked in the last few years for journals, magazines and other companies such as New York Times, Katachimag, NIKE, Serviceplan or Joyce. His work is as detailed as it is impredictible, you can see it all on his web page.
Born in Chicago, Tony Matelli lives and works in New York. He studied arts and design and I got immediately caught by his sculptures. At www.tonymatelli.com you’ll see why.
With just a glimpse over his portfolio, one realises that Hopare’s art has an urban soul. His work is full of colour, motion and surprises, but it is also based on geometry and firm strokes. Don’t miss his online gallery.
He’s painted on street walls but also exhibited in galleries. In Don John we find an international artist who shares his passion with I Do Art collective. God bless personal webpages! You can also find his work online here.
Bartek’s giant Mini Guetto Blaster turned many heads in Zurich (for the International Radio Festival 2012 campaign). His unique style with cardboard will blow your mind (see The Paper Stuff), and it’s just one of the many techniques he masters.