Month: February 2016

There Is No “ctrl Z”

There Is No “ctrl Z” Denis Andernach Denis Andernach draws houses as formal studies in idealized landscapes. The images stem from the desire to present the viewer with an understandable building from the macro to the micro in a collaged fictional landscape. Interview Who influences […]

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Projecting Atmospheres

Projecting Atmospheres Pauline Tondreau Interview Who influences you graphically? It depends of what I want to represent. I like a panels of different kind of graphism like the naive side of Fala, the collage of Office KGDVS, Caruso St Johns, OMMX. I also like the […]

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Flattening the Flattenable

Flattening the Flattenable   Martina Pauková     Interview Who influences you graphically? It is so hard not to get heavily overstimulated by the sheer amount of good stuff around, hmm! If I have to pick –  I’ve been an ongoing fan of Yuichi Yokoyama and his […]

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Collaging as an Act of Curation

  Collaging as an Act of Curation Desiree Casoni   Interview   Who influences you graphically? I am constantly researching the potential of tools of representation used in other disciplines, like films, paintings, photography, music, and literature, they provide new ways of expanding the limits […]

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Constructing Piece by Piece

Constructing Piece by Piece Ben Tolman Interview Who influences you graphically? There are so many places I pull inspiration from – I am always looking at art, everything from the Northern Renaissance ,underground comics, to scientific illustrations and of course a wide range of contemporary […]

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Naivety_An Architectural Tool

Naivety_An Architectural Tool    Fala Atelier   Interview Who influences you graphically? We have many graphical references. In the beginning we were very open minded and at some point we became a melting pot of unrelated approaches, most of the time due to isolated visceral attractions. We are […]

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Constructing Horizons

Constructing Horizons   Felix Yates & Rachel Briglio   Constructing Horizons is a project that explores how the landscape of a decommissioned power station can be remediated to create ecologies for birds. A series of infrastructures and marshlands are introduced in order to allow people to enjoy […]

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Exposing the Masked Qualities of Objects

          Exposing the Masked Qualities of Objects Macaulay Brown     Interview   Who influences you graphically? Josef Albers, Mike Kelley, Albrecht Dürer engravings, Andrew Zago, and Neyran Turan You juxtapose monochromatic images to those rich in colour in the project? I […]

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Adega_Designing A New Meaning

          Adega_Designing A New Meaning Benedicte Brekke The proposal explores the design of a winery on the volcanic island Pico, one of the nine islands in the Azores. The Azores is situated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, and belongs to […]

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Images are the Tool

    Images are the Tool Francesco Lupia     Project Carcavelos beach, Lisbon, Portugal. Starting with some of the most famous works of the russian painter Malevich and taking a cue, the project is developed through simple and primary forms as the two squares […]

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