Editor’s Choice – Abstract Art

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on abstract art, applying bold splashes of color to paper shapes and cut-and-paste collage.
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Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre – Silk Scarves

These incredible pieces of wearable art are created by the super talented design studio, milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre, meaning 1984 in French. Amélie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan are the French duo behind the brand and the name corresponds to their year of birth. They share a love for textile design, with a collection of beautifully framed contemporary designs on silk scarves.  
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Editor’s Choice – Type-based Graphics

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on type-based graphics, as brands embrace bold sans serif fonts, rotating and distorting typography into new compositions.    
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Emily Hadden – Beautiful Mistakes

Rather than defining her work by technique or media, Emily Hadden defines it by her style and her experimentation with color, texture and composition to create these minimalist designs. The London-based designer is inspired by color, nature and accidents and turns her mistakes into beautiful abstract art in the form of posters, prints and fabric. To view more of her portfolio, go ...
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Editor’s Choice – Men’s Paris Fashion Week

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. As men's fashion comes to a close, we bring you some of the most exciting prints and patterns straight off the Paris runways. With so many visually striking graphics this season, our F/W 14 Mens Print & Pattern wrap is shaping up ...
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Hassan Hajjaj – My Rockstars

The streets of Marrakech become Hassan Hajjaj's studio, as he photographs friends, musicians and artists in a series of strikingly colorful portraits. Influenced by the hip-hop and reggae scenes of London as well as his Moroccan heritage, Hassan Hajjaj fuses street portraiture and fashion photography, capturing shots of the people he meets. He immerses them in a pattern-filled world with vibrant backdrops and dressing them in ...
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Editor’s Choice – Men’s Milan Fashion Week

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. Hot on the heels of Men's Fashion Week in Milan, Stylesight has picked the print and pattern highlights for Fall/Winter 2014. With Dolce & Gabbana's opulent and theatrical collection and Marc Jacob's graphic animal prints, the collections certainly delivered an array of striking designs. Here ...
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Louis Reith – Paper Collage

Louis Reith, the Amsterdam-based artist, turns old found images into inventive artworks creating a serene world of mountain landscapes and abstracted collages. He uses bold geometric shapes, stark landscapes and architectural elements to sculpt these stunning monochrome collages. Check out more of Louis Reith's work at louisreith.com.
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Editor’s Choice – Men’s London Fashion Week

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This week saw the start and finish of Men's London Fashion Week with an array of jaw-dropping designs, from Christopher Kane's digital molecular prints to the more serene realms of Burberry Prorsum with autumnal florals and landmark prints. Here is just a selection ...
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Adam Ferriss – Pixel Plays

These digitally manipulated images and pixel play artworks by Adam Ferriss grabbed our attention as great inspiration for youth prints & graphics.  Adam Ferriss is a photographer and digital media artist based in Los Angeles, and his website features a continuing series of computer-altered art that is truly hypnotizing. Keep an eye out for our upcoming report on glitch artworks, with prints and graphics ...
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Editor’s Choice – Christmas Gifs

Christmas Gifs is a project curated by London-based artist Ryan Todd, showcasing a festive selection of animated gifs designed by a group of illustrators and designers including Robin Davey, Jack Hudson and many more. Now in its second year, Todd has chosen another hilarious and quirky selection for 2013; we've picked a few of our favorites, but be sure to check out the full series ...
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Être Cécile – Statement Tees

Être Cécile caused a frenzy when the brand burst onto the scene in 2012, announcing the four founders were fashion insiders and they wished to remain anonymous. Since then it has quickly become a cult fashion brand, as bloggers and celebrities, including Cara Delevingne and Yasmin Sewell love to wear their witty slogan tees. Inspired by French style and clean aesthetics, Être Cécile is bang on ...
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Mix and Match with Pattern People

Are you looking for a boost of inspiration? Or maybe you seek designer tools? Whatever your design needs the folks at Pattern People have got you covered. Founded in Portland Oregon by designers Claudia Brown and Jessie Whipple Vickery, the studio specializes in creating designs using paint, ink, graphite, and pixels for a range of projects and products. The pair have a notable list ...
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Editor’s Choice – Gradient Graphics

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on gradient graphics, as brands reference early digital design, embracing over-the-top Photoshop effects such as bevel, drop shadow and rainbow gradients.
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Tate Britain x Palace Skateboards

To celebrate the reopening of the museum, Tate Britain has collaborated with various creatives, in a project called “Recreate with Tate Britain”. To kick off the series, they've teamed up with London-based skateboarding company, Palace Skateboards. Lev Tanju, the creative driving force behind the brand, has created a collection of decks inspired by some of Tate Britain's archives. Tanju projected paintings by John Martin onto a series of ...
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