Visited last week the exhibition “Couleurs désert” at the Zurich  Museum Bellerive and loved all the textiles, the story of the weavers and the couleurful carpets they had in their rooms. Out of materials that have served their purpose they create a new kind of applied art: in the Moroccan Sahara the women of a Berber tribe use […]

After weeks not wanting to write and look up stuff, I got from my dear friend B from Prague a link which totally hits my interest and I think with this input, I am finally again willing to write and share my interests with you guys. The documentary is an unprecedented global journey to explore the […]

Today just a few video about people get inspired by the little couleurful squared papers…

Rubens LP is an illustrator born 1981 in São Paulo. His work is mainly figurative digital art. In 1998  he started working initially for web companies, advertising industry, press and architecture offices doing designs, art direction and illustrations. Since 2006, he has been doing illustrations for a large number of companies worldwide as Microsoft, Nike, Absolut Vodka, […]

Julian Opie, born in 1958, is a contemporary British artist who uses computerised imagery. In his portraiture, the human face is characterised by black outlines with flat areas of colour, and minimalised detail, to the extent that an eye can become just the black circle of the pupil, and sometimes a head is represented by a […]

A new article about one thing I really find very interesting: to combine Music and motion Graphic and animation. hope you like it as well! Abstract birds are Pedro Mari and Natan Sinigaglia, two visual music artists.Their work combines images with sounds through the use of musical instruments interfaced with generative systems dedicated to audiovisual creation in […]