Archive for September, 2010
Follow are artist added on September, 2010
Le Creative Sweatshop is a mixed creative presence of Ndeur and Make a Paper World formed in 2009. Its a conceptual agency based of modern communication means and mediums, through the lens of the DIY culture, working on volume and space scenography. Mathieu Missiaen aka Ndeur is a French artist based in Canada who has worked with major French brands. Julien Morin aka Make a Paper World another French genius studied communication and marketing and is also a street wear connoisseur, and just got into DIY. In collaboration now they create magic. Enjoy their creations and visit lecreativesweatshop.com
Umeric is one of the coolest agencies from Sydney, Australia. They have worked on major projects with huge clients like MTV, MSN, HBO, NIKE, HP, Hyundai & many more. Their work will surely blow your mind as you’ll experience high level of creativity and awesome Visual FX. Do visit umeric.com for more.
Maki Kahori is artist from Japan, studied Fine Arts at Art SRtudetn League of NY following graduation from Nihon University. Since then she’s an active freelancer and have worked for major companies such as McDonald’s, Vogue and many more. She has produced a wide range of illustrations, installations & paintings. Visit k-maki.com to know more about her, meanwhile relish her art.
Francoise’s paintings, fine mix of colors with heaps of creativity. Francoise Nielly is an artist from France, who gets her sense of space and construction from her father, who was an architect. Francoise’s paintings are expressive, exhibits a brute force and has a fascinating vital energy. Get inspired from some of her paintings and visit francoise-nielly.com
André (aka MEDIA.ONE) is a talented Portuguese Graphic designer & Illustrator based in London. His work consists of mostly vector based graphics, illustrations and typefaces. The combination of typography and illustrations in his work gives it a really distinct feel to it. His work has earned him a lot of good clients as well place in a number of publications. Enjoy his work and visit his website www.andrebeato.com for his complete portfolio.