Il mondo in un’immagine: l’incredibile arte di Victo Ngai

Il mondo in un’immagine: l’incredibile arte di Victo Ngai

Posted by: on May 8, 2019

Immagini di grande forza evocativa, in cui la modernità delle tecnologie digitali si sposa alla tradizione iconografica orientale: questo il connubio alla base dello stile di Victo Ngai, pluripremiata illustratrice di Hong Kong, e fresca vincitrice della Medaglia D’Oro della Society of Illustrators di New York, peraltro ultima di una lunga serie.






Storie di uomini e animali nelle illustrazioni minimal di Andy Westface

Storie di uomini e animali nelle illustrazioni minimal di Andy Westface

Posted by: on Jun 24, 2016

“Storyteller” è la fulminea definizione con cui Andy Westface, da Hong Kong, si descrive nella sua concisissima bio. Le sue illustrazioni, vettoriali e guidate da uno splendido minimalismo di tinte e di forme, raccontano storie di uomini e animali, vicini nell’interrogarsi sulle grandi questioni senza risposta.






Victo Ngai

Victo Ngai

Posted by: on Jan 30, 2014

Fabulous environments and very particular points of view. The most advanced architecture lives with primitive creatures in perfect harmony. There is something about Victo Ngai, a NY based illustrator from Hong Kong, that reminds me to Gustav Klimt. Her illustrations have a beautiful optical depth but also they can work as a huge wallpaper.






The Social Camera

The Social Camera

Posted by: on Sep 3, 2013

“That night we were sitting together in a bar” is the beginning of the best success stories ever. This is the story about three designers called Andrea, Joe and Brandon, who after a couple of drinks they started daydreaming. Not one of them was happy with their digital camera and so they decided to build a new one! After a year of slaving away they introduce TheQ Camera, available in nine tasty colors, designed for sharing every moment on our favourites social network. And it is waterproof too.






Paper Technology

Paper Technology

Posted by: on Jul 3, 2013

What if it was all paper? The serie Ordinary Behavior by Kevin Lck focuses on our electronic items, companions if you will. From an iPhone to a microwave, the illustrator depicts real life moments and day to day objects, using paper sculptures without the need to include the consumer. Do you get it?