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  • Alexander BAHR, "inSPIRE REVOLUTION." Interior rendering.
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    PennDesign
    critic: Jonathan SCELSA.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Alexander BAHR: This project set out to explore how graphic design principles can be used and exploited in architecture. In doing this, the project tries to validate the writings of Hans Hollein in “Everything is Architecture” that explain how architecture, as an extension of the human sphere, is a medium of communication which can transmit a specific expression.

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  • TypoTieGraphy
    moscow RUSSIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Eduard HAIMAN: This is the unfinished series of graphic work about new way of discovery letters. Basic question of project is how to make that symbols were not, but they emergence, and we can see them. Several algorithms were created which can use only ties between some points on the space for generate of alphabetical symbols. General restrictions are the not using contours, patches, spots, fields, pixels and so on. Ties make fields where condense clots which not the symbols but they designate presence them.

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  • Wonder Wall
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    This project, Wonder Wall, is located at the intersection between architectural and graphic form. It explores the large-scale visual effects that can be produced when two-dimensional graphic patterns are translated into three-dimensional constructions. Specifically, Wonder Wall translates a swatch of tartan fabric into a gyrating wall made out of interlocked strips of perforated colored aluminum. The intersecting vertical and horizontal strips of aluminum gently twist to form a 9’x9’x1’-8” grid with multiple overlapping conditions. As the aluminum overlaps, new colors begin to emerge and a gradient field of porous openings rotates in relationship to the viewer. Wonder Wall slips between two and three dimensions into a space of 2.5D where visual effects emerge from the specificities of material construction.

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  • maddeck for pag playing cards
    istanbul TURKEY

    suckerPUNCH:describe your project:

    zeynep bb. HARUNOGLU : we are an istanbul based design company, developing projects and manufacturing products in collaboration with graphic artists and illustrators. pag playing cards is our latest project. the idea is creating a brand of good designed collectible playing cards as an alternative interpretation to the traditional decks. this is as an ongoing project where a new deck will be designed every six months by various graphic artists and illustrators worldwide.

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  • alchemy
    meguro-ku TOKYO

    the female form distorts and bubbles through the digital temple feature by nam collaborative. vibrant colors create textured surfaces that weave and drape throughout the image field. new geometries emerge from the distortion and conceal and expose the figures within the compositions.

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  • maybe a friend
    sendai JAPAN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    kazuk TAKAMATSU: to describe the depth and distance in 2d painting

    sP: what or who influenced this project?

    kT: the work of salvador dalí and georges seurat

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  • sodium fox
    new york NEW YORK

    jeremy blake memorial exhibition
    through january 19

    the memorial show at kinz, tillou + feigen includes a selection of wall works, a retrospective of daily screenings of his 21 short animated films (schedule), as well as documentation of his unfinished last film [glitterbest].

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  • one night in amsterdam

    minneapolis MINNESOTA

    the prolific duo of michael cina and michael young form the creative collaborative of weworkforthem. by dabbling in diverse fields from architecture to performance art as well as entertaining a myriad of clients, weworkforthem has created an aesthetic that moves beyond that of the simply graphic. line overlaps pattern and image melts into symbol in their complex creations. weworkforthem’s method is that of excess in both the density of their work and the amount of work that they produce. their creations and overflow have found a home in their offshoot site youworkforthem where they sell the various manifestations of their designs.

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  • eric SIN
    walnut CALIFORNIA

    while we were busy smoking cigarettes in the rafters at age 17, eric sin has created an impressive collection of colliding geometries. his is a futuristic world where the curvilinear morphs into the orthogonal in exploding landscapes that defy both reality and gravity. combinations of hyper-saturated colors, patterns, and lines from which the recognizable forms of text and the human figure emerge distinguishes sin’s work from that of his peers.

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  • recent work
    vienna AUSTRIA

    vienna based advertising agency staudinger + franke, founded by robert STAUDINGER and andrea FRANKE, uses strange juxtapositions to create interesting and creative images. like a magritte painting, one image shows a cow’s spots transformed into the landscape behind it, while another shows a bear trap where the safety belt should be on a car seat. they have worked for clients in vienna, milan, zurich, london, new york, and more.

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