Painting the Road by Anil Saxena
Anil Saxena started out doing conventional darkroom photo composition and retouching before moving these skills over to creator and then photoshop. Having moved to Mumbai to work as an illustrator he became interested in retouching as a way to utilize his eye for creating striking imagery. Drawing from his technical background in graphic design, CGI and his trained creative eye, Anil enjoys developing stunning imagery. He believes color grading is paramount. For him real work begins, when the rest of the people might think that the image is just perfect! In his own words:
If the image is a success but my work goes unnoticed, I'm doing my job well."
Mona Lisa by Anil Saxena
Tree Lift by Anil Saxena
Woman Sleeping by Anil Saxena
Giraffe by Anil Saxena
Hoop by South and Island
South and Island is a multidisciplinary studio, based in Madrid, with extensive experience in design, film and digital experiences. Their main goal is to build great stories, working hard on every project, always taking care of the details and striving for excellence as an outcome.
American Typewriter by South and Island
Arsys Cloud by South and Island
Burger Time! by South and Island
Chess by South and Island
Compass by South and Island
Gold by South and Island
Larios 12 by South and Island
Maxpaine by South and Island
Smile Sanitas by South and Island
Summer Mood by South and Island
Forever Amy by Sergio del Toro
Sergio del Toro is an illustrator and graphic designer. From Gran Canaria where he began his academic training in order to later move to Madrid where he studied the Advanced Studies in Graphic Design at the School of Art Número Diez.
Vector illustration, traditional techniques and sometimes mixing both are the characteristics of his work which are constantly evolving.
Whale by Sergio del Toro
The White Rabbit by Sergio del Toro
The Rain by Sergio del Toro
One Cell Over the Clouds by Sergio del Toro
Lighthouse by Sergio del Toro
It was 6 O'clock and you still talked to me by Sergio del Toro
Heartbreak Recipesby Sergio del Toro
It's time to change by Sergio del Toro
Autumn Illustration by Sergio del Toro
Maleficent by Sergio del Toro
Type Posters by Shrenik
Shrenik Ganatra is a self-taught artist based in Mumbai, India. He loves art and believes that it has the potential to change the world by changing the way people think and interpreting their surroundings. He likes to spend his leisure time creating art, listening to music and playing the guitar. He thinks that dreams are possible if people have the courage to pursue them no matter what. He wishes to live and maintain his practice in New York City someday.
Type Posters by Shrenik
"Type Posters" is a set of eight experimental, minimalist typographic posters, focusing on the idea of simplicity in design. Each poster consists of contrasting shades of black and white, single typeface and basic geometric elements. With the help of different attributes of a font, such as its size and tracking, he mentions some of his favourite quotes.
There is a widely accepted belief that as we grow, we tend to lose our childlike qualities such as imagination, curiosity, fearlessness, innocence and creativity. However, this is not true because in reality, they are not at all lost. They just get suppressed beneath the layer of seriousness resulting from the roles and responsibilities of an adult life and one can unveil these qualities by letting themselves go and live the moment. Through HUES, what they want to express is that when you supplement the seriousness of the adult life with these childlike qualities, you get an interesting perspective on life which can help achieve extraordinary results.
HUES by Shrenik Ganatra and Emilie Rol
Wish You Were Here by Erica Seckinger
Erica Seckinger is an expressive abstract painter, she's an adventure seeker and a dreamer.
It can be very difficult to differentiate between dreams, nightmares and reality. Her artwork is typically a personal reflection on her dreams and nightmares. She often dreams of stepping into another realm of some sort, a place that may only exist in her mind. She often finds herself waking up in the middle of the night, disturbed, troubled, confused, sad or happy but somewhat inspired by a feeling that occurred during her dream state. So she finds herself writing about an abstract, atmospheric, feeling at 4 am.
The color combinations, patterns, markings and textures in her paintings are chosen very specifically, accurate to the atmospheric feelings experienced during her dream state. The morning after, she finds herself finishing up most of the paintings and getting something therapeutic back in the process.
No Mans Land by Erica Seckinger
Lost at Sea by Erica Seckinger
Thoughtful by Erica Seckinger
City Dreamer by Erica Seckinger
Fire Inside Me by Erica Seckinger
Becoming by Erica Seckinger
Agoraphobia by Erica Seckinger
Parametric Furniture by 24 Studio
24studio is a multidisciplinary studio of professionals managed by Ildefonso Rodríguez Moreno and José Troya García. Their main field of production is the architectural visualization and communication. They manage a brand communications agency to tightly gather Design, Architecture, Cinema and the latest graphic multimedia in order to develop a different and innovative audiovisual project.
Parametric Furniture by 24 Studio
Marco Lukini is mexican, he lives in Santa Fe. He is photographer, designer and teacher university in mexico.
“Design is just ability to recognize the map of connections,” says Marco Lukini, recent graduate of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s Graphic Design Department. Though Lukini was technically a student for the Fall semester, Graphic Design Chair David Grey, who Lukini considers a mentor, assigned Lukini classes to teach and asked Lukini, on many occasions, to accompany him on his professional travels around the world. On one of those trips, Lukini explains, he and Grey worked with hundreds of students in Mexico City, where Lukini is originally from, on a fashion blog sponsored by Sony.
In the three years Lukini has been at SFUAD, Lukini says Grey has helped him build his teaching skills and their many discussions have fueled his own understanding of his art. “The language [of graphic design] is a remix,” Lukini says, describing his techniques of altering photography. “We’re actively reusing and re-interpreting language over and over again. If that’s so, then every single material needs to be remixed…every person who comes to see it is reinterpreting the aspect of the photo. There is no law in purification, it’s just law in exploration.”
Archidesart is a group formed by young architects and artists who have observed the great difficulties that the majority of the new and young artists, architects and designers have when getting to publish their own works and projects in global publications.