Ignasi Font’s illustrations tell entire stories

Ignasi Font’s illustrations tell entire stories

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

The illustrations by the Spanish designer Ignasi Font represent moments full of tension that have the ability to make us imagine what happened before that moment, but also what will happen soon after. Suspended moments.

These are works carried out with a perfection that would make one think of that of digital drawing, on the other hand, surprisingly all of Ignasi’s works are entirely executed by hand. It is the result of years of motion graphic, animation, and design studies, but also of a passion born when he was a child and cultivated over the years.

The Barcelona designer’s portfolio is a concentration of illustrations that, with an essential and minimalist style, highlights his enviable skills and perfect technique.

See Ignasi’s other works on his Instagram profile.

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Ver de Acción is a conceptual project by Antonio Guerra

Ver de Acción is a conceptual project by Antonio Guerra

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Antonio Guerra is a Spanish visual photographer and artist, who created Ver de Acción, a conceptual project that explores the tension between man and nature, transforming the landscape. The work was created using sculptures and installations with materials already present in nature and in the surrounding area, which were then photographed to create a visual documentation.

“I pretend to question the landscape as an ideological construction and look for an approach to nature with concern about our human actions, to show this constant abuse”.

The creative process did not follow an ordered and linear ideation phase, sometimes images were first captured and documented and only afterward installations were adapted to the environment. His technique is that of optical illusion, of transformation and fusion between reality and artificial, Guerra aims to challenge the way in which we perceive our relationship with the environment.

If you are intrigued by his work you can visit the website, which you find here.

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The undressed building by artist Alex Chinneck

The undressed building by artist Alex Chinneck

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

It isn’t the first time that British artist Alex Chinneck surprises his audience and critics, in the past he did so with the project of a slanted brick house, in Margate. This new work is an incredible installation, located in Ashford, where a building drops its zip to reveal itself. His artistic mission is based on the proposal of an alternative reality and on the attempt to make the ordinary something extraordinary:

“We draw fun artworks so that everyone can live and appreciate them, I want to make everyday life extraordinary”

In this creative and apparently superficial way, “Open to the Public”  proposes itself as a fun work to watch and at the same time as a requalification of an abandoned building.

If you want to learn more about this artist and his work, visit his website that you find here.

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Lisa Lloyd creates beautiful 3D paper sculptures

Lisa Lloyd creates beautiful 3D paper sculptures

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

The paper artist and graphic, Lisa Lloyd creates realistic 3D paper sculptures. At first glance, they might look like digitally produced graphics, but in reality, they are entirely handmade with patience and precision.

The London-based artist cuts the small pieces of colored cardboard one by one, which will then form extraordinary sculptures.

The originality and skill have led Lisa to work for brands such as Asahi, Elle Decor Italia, Disney, and the BBC.

Her works are often inspired by the world of nature and animals. The small scraps of paper are able to perfectly simulate the effect of scales, feathers or leaves. The stratification also allows creating nuances, which make the 3D effect even more surprising.

The result is fragile and colorful creations, real three-dimensional origami.

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Beyond the wall, Wild Drawing’s street art

Beyond the wall, Wild Drawing’s street art

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Wild Drawing is a street artist from Bali, who lives and works in Greece. He started as a street artist in 2000 and he hasn’t stopped since then, realizing exhibitions in Indonesia, Greece, France, Germany, England, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, Denmark, and Sweden. The artistic production ranges from street art to stencil, to installations and, like other great artists, he often uses elements that go beyond the wall and can be: branches, parts of buildings and in general all that it makes a three-dimensional effect.

As Banksy’s artists tell us, street art can immediately convey complex and meaningful messages that can raise questions or doubts in the viewer. The power of the image is stimulated by the urban context, where walls and walls become part of the same performance and find a new life, certainly less boring.

On Instagram, you can find him here.

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