Gert & Uwe Tobias – Whitechapel Gallery

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the latest exhibition from Gert & Uwe Tobias at the Whitechapel Gallery in London. Romanian born twins, the Tobias brothers take the influences of the communist era style and European folklore to produce giant woodcuts and wall paintings in their latest collaborative project. Patterns of folk art consisting of decorative motifs such as flowers, ...
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Editors Choice – Cut & Paste Portrait

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at constructional, collage portraits. Unexpected juxtapositions and functional perspectives are built by applying hand-crafted and digital applications.        
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Richard Woods – D.I.Y.

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at Richard Woods latest exhibition at The Alan Cristea Gallery in London called "D.I.Y." Richard employs traditional block-printing methods onto wooden panels that are then joint as parquetry. From floor to ceiling, Woods' disrupts the geometry of space and the objects within it creating an artificial world. By painting vivid colors against the grain and ...
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Editor’s Choice – Grass Graffiti

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at the eco-friendly street art and grass graffiti.  
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Joelson Bugila – Abstract Collage

Stylesight recently spotted the eye-catching artwork by Brazilian artist Joelson Bugila. Her collection showcases a saturated collage of geometric and painterly elements, using both photographic and found objects. Combining detailed medical diagrams with abstract doodles is what makes Buglia's work so playful and unique.  
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Editor’s Choice – Tote Bag Prints

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at the impact of prints on tote bags.  
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Geo Perception – Damien Gilley

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at a series of works by Oregon-based multi-disciplinary artist, Damien Gilley. Gilley constructs abstracted buildings and landscapes by layering dispersed objects to create distorted, illusive realities. By combining various influences from prog rock and vintage computer graphics, Gilley's work creates a hybrid viewing situation that challenges the reliability of perception. To view more work visit - www.damiengilley.com
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Editor’s Choice – Impossible Geometrics

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at geometrics, prisms, and never ending shapes.
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Pick Me Up – Graphic Arts Festival

Stylesight's Graphics Team recently visited Somerset House in London for Pick Me Up's original contemporary Graphic Arts Festival. The festival spans over 11 days and showcases an eclectic mix of innovative graphic art collectives, galleries and organisations. In addition to showcasing and selling original artworks, Pick Me Up focuses on emerging new talent and offers lively evening events and creative forums ...
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Collaged Fonts – Yvette Yang

Yvette Yang, a Paris-based Korean designer, illustrates the latest runway trends through her collaged typographic alphabets.   Yang takes clippings from fashion magazines and collages them by hand, repeating the project twice a year for each new fashion season. She has been creating "Fashion Font" since 2007 and there are already five sets in the series. As she builds up an archive, the entire collection ...
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Print & Pattern Runway Wrap

Stylesight’s Graphics Team highlights the key print and pattern trends from recent runway shows and provides inspiration for Women's F/W 13 apparel.  Bold black and white graphics transcended the runways, along with statement-making jumbo florals and monochrome texture prints. William Morris' furnishing textiles provided another source of inspiration for designers, with orante motifs repeated in half drop repeats. Stenciled arabesque motifs also flourished on ...
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Leif Podhajsky – Exhibition

Stylesight's Graphics Team recently visited Leif Podhajsky's Diverse Elements exhibition at Pertwee Anderson & Gold Gallery in Soho, London. Leif Podhajsky is an Australian graphic designer and art director, best known for his digitized abstractions of nature, mirrored landscapes, surreal collage and vivid exploration of color. Podhajsky has collaborated with such bands as Tame Impala, Foals, The Horrors among many others. To ...
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Pictoplasma Festival

Stylesight's Graphics team is in Berlin this week visiting the sprawling arts spaces that make up this years Pictoplasma festival. Made up of conference lectures, exhibitions, animation screenings, contemporary character design, art, performances and parties, this four day program showcases a collection of talented international artists and designers. From paper jam workshops through to creatively curated spaces and live character battles at ...
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Nicholas Alan Cope – Architectural Photography

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at a series of works by American photographer Nicholas Alan Cope. L.A.-based photographer Nicholas Alan Cope focuses on architectural and still-life imagery. Employing a monochromatic palette, Cope creates stark, organic visuals. A bold use of natural light and negative space creates abstract scenes based on L.A. buildings. The following series of works come from the ...
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Patternity Exhibition – Pattern Power

Patternity (Stylesight's one-stop blog for inspirational prints) launches the Pattern Power - Superstripe exhibition this April, taking over the Londonewcastle Project Space on Redchurch Street.  Patternity discovers the powerful presence of prints, with a compilation of striking images, hands-on workshops, industry discussions and creative pop-up events. The exhibition brings together experts from the worlds of Fashion, Art, Design, Science and Technology to explore ...
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