Digital Artists Magazine

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Picglaze Sample Book

Picglaze prints photos, but finishes them with something out of the ordinary. They print on versatile and different materials, with the rigidity of the formats as a main element. The challenge of the design for Estudio Maba was to make the most of these qualities relevant on the result. Since the materials are rigid they can be sustained and form a composition. As such a sculpture with different colors and thicknesses. A product sample book that becomes a piece itself. A decorative object, further than a catalogue, this piece is volumetric design nice to see, touch and feel.

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PEPCity 2016

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Harbour Space University

Harbour.Space University identity uses its own alphabet, specially created using the form of city blocks in Barcelona and the binary codes for Latin letters that computers use.

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Polypictures

The Polypictures project was inspired by the drawings of Anton's sister. It's a series of minimalistic and quirky drawings that reflect his love to children's creativity. The drawings achieve maximum effect in artistic quality of illustration by using simple shapes and colors. Some of the pictures from this project become tattoos for different people.

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Pine Lady

this collection is about a character of being weak and mortal veiled herself behind the mighty nature and tried to unify with the nature to overcome the intrinsic weakness. In this costume, character finds herself humankind, distanced from mortality and pictures herself as the mother nature.Samin Mousavi prefered to choose pine as her handmade costume material to show the paradox of evergreen nature and mortal young women beauty.

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Bengal Classical Music

Eastern classical music is a conversation of love spoken in syllables of purity and reflection. To encapsulate this, a generative system based on 'Raga' was developed. A symbol – the statue of a musician sitting at peace, her hands liberating the tunes from her Tanpura – was chosen as the core seed of the system to generate design elements unique to each performer's music. The lighting of the statue for each generations reflected the different times of the day/night when a “Raga” is played.

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