Bold, drippy surrealism married with bright palettes create unhinged but beautiful portraits by British trained artist and designer Ekta. I love the vibrancy and almost psychedelic undertones to the figures, they resemble monsters emerging from a disaster at a paint factory.
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Yes, the exterior panels actually move and create a myriad of different appearances. Austria’s Kiefer Technic Showroom designed by Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner was created a couple years ago, but it’s the first time I have seen it. EG+P have apparently made similar projects (according to their all German website), I can’t wait to see something like this in person one day.
Visit Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner’s website here.
Though I may not be able to read the french descriptions and project titles at Paris based Atelier Müesli‘s portfolio website, it’s clear from the imagery and the extensive tutorial videos and guidelines that careful thought and discipline is put into each piece. Whether it’s a mathematically devised identity, or a sprawling branding protocol for a line of arts & culture publications, Müesli’s mark is undeniable. I am not usually a fan of the glitchy, vector ephemera that creeps into many works by European based design firms, but it’s obvious that there is logic and intelligence applied to even the tiniest details. Truly a lovely sight to behold.
Visit the studio’s portfolio here.
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