Art on geometric grids by Thomas Lateur

Art on geometric grids by Thomas Lateur

Collater.al Contributors · 6 months ago · Art

Thomas Lateur is a young French artist who has chosen to put together all his passions and skills to produce something new and surprising that is also his job.

Thanks to the artistic practice of graffiti he falls in love with geometric shapes and lettering, passions that he also develops studying typography and working as a graphic designer.

He loves painting and many of his creations are influenced by an architectural aesthetic that turns into geometric abstractions that let the viewer free to find his own point of view in the space.

Thomas also cultivates a visceral passion for the skateboard’s culture and music which are the real mantra for his work. In the last period, his art finds its own expression in murals, an opportunity to test compositions and overlapping shapes, in which lightness and fun prevail over a rigid geometric grid.

Discover below a selection of his works, and visit his website to find out more.

Text by Giordana Bonanno.

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Michelle Mildenberg, the illustrator of daydreams.

Michelle Mildenberg, the illustrator of daydreams.

Collater.al Contributors · 6 months ago · Art

Michelle Mildenberg is a young Colombian-French illustrator and designer, raised in Bogotà and living in Berlin and London where she studied design at the University of Andes and Central Saint Martins.

Her globe trotter soul, that always follow her, is the main source of inspiration to her work, from which she can list clients like WeTransfer and LVMH.

For Michelle, the image has the great ability to communicate emerging and future concepts, even complex ones, in an ethical and responsible way. For this reason, she chooses to use it as a vehicle to talk about his explorations in the technological-scientific field and to understand more about the relationship with what makes us human and about the experience of femininity.

Everything is made visual by using soft, neutral colors to create illustrations that reflect daydreams, the stories, and worlds of his imagination.

If you’ve come up with an idea, maybe it’s not enough yet. Discover a selection of her works below.

Text by Giordana Bonanno.

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@zik_tats turns patterns and landscapes into tattoos

@zik_tats turns patterns and landscapes into tattoos

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

Mountains, rivers, plains, hills, roads, every element of the landscape becomes an ink line on the skin. The author of this transformation is @zik_tats, a tattoo artist who works at the Bebop Ink Tattoo Studio in Vancouver. 

In a rectangular space, the tattoo artist succeeds in enclosing an entire landscape, having as a final result a set of patterns in black and white that despite the minimal style succeeds in restoring all the textures and the depths. 

If this kind of tattoo is for you take a look at our gallery and to find out more go to the Instagram profile of @zik_tats, you never know that you want to go to his studio. 

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Giulia Hartz and the illustrations that mix pop culture and irony

Giulia Hartz and the illustrations that mix pop culture and irony

Giulia Guido · 5 months ago · Art

Giulia Hartz‘s artistic career begins on the shores of Garda Lake, where she was born and where she immediately developed an interest in drawing. Then she developed in Milan, where she undertook a course of study focused on Design at the Politecnico, arriving to move to Berlin, the city where she lives and works today and that manages to give her the charge and the stimulus necessary in her work.

Among the many things she deals with, Giulia also creates beautiful illustrations characterized by a style developed over time, using any technique, from colored pencils and paper to arrive at the digital drawing. 

Giulia Hartz represents her world, what she lives every day, what surrounds her, her friends and personal experiences. That’s why each illustration tells a story and you know, the stories are made to be told to someone and she decided to share them on Instagram, making her followers her private audience. 

You will not fail to like the style of her illustrations, it is as if the young Italian designer took elements that belong to pop culture and related to current affairs and mixed them with a very personal touch of irony. 

Below you will find a selection of his works, to find out more go to her Instagram profile.

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“The art of bloom”, a journey through fascinating concepts of nature.

“The art of bloom”, a journey through fascinating concepts of nature.

Collater.al Contributors · 5 months ago · Art

The creative agency intertrend in collaboration with the Daikoku Design Institute presents the latest work entitled “the art of bloom“, the interactive experience where the protagonists are just the man and nature.

A parallel dimension recreated through flowers, light, and sounds that traverse the space and engage the senses of the viewer in unexpected ways.

The exhibition was opened to the public on July 24, 2019, and will be held until September 29 at the theater in Downtown Long Beach, California.

Text by Giordana Bonanno.

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