Jul 24, 2018 | By Sarah Housley
The WGSN graphics team loves new and inspiring visual techniques. Exploring and pushing boundaries in digital art can fuel exciting new graphic trends and also play a big part in adverting campaigns.
Taking inspiration from Cubism and Futurism, Charis Tsevis’ stunning visuals explore movement, shape and colour expression.
Tsevis, a visual designer based in Athens, recently became fascinated with expressing movement through new visual techniques. WGSN’s graphics team was wowed by his fresh, computerised mosaic techniques and colour-enhanced collage work.
Other creative work from the Tsevis Visual Design team includes a Spring Summer IKEA poster campaign, which used thousands of IKEA products to make up mosaic portraits, and an experimental project that combined city road map visuals and famous football players.
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