There is something captivating about the photography of German media designer Matthias Werner. The composition of each of the shots above bring life to the simple geometry and symmetry of ordinary objects. View more of his work on Flickr.
Like much of Andy Gilmore’s art, Currentes consists of brightly saturated colors and interesting geometry patterns. Chances are you’ve seen his work on Gold Panda’s latest album or in a number of magazines including Wired, The New York Times and Wallpaper*.
Named after the symbol for square music notation, which consists of diamond shaped notes in descending scale, Currentes is indicative of Andy Gilmore’s arresting, color-saturated, pixel-based work.
Although the visuals full of abstract geometry is amazing, it’s the sound design by the talented CypherAudio that makes the titles stand out. The title sequence was designed and animated by Boca Ceravolo for the upcoming Voxel architectural show held in Sao Paulo Brazil.
Digital artist and illustrator Evgeny Kiselev’s art has a fine balance of mathematical geometry and chaos. Creating art for brands like Snikers, Miller, SanDisk, Billbord, and others, Evgeny has a massive portfolio full of unique work.
“The diverse work of Evgeny Kiselev oscillates between the rigors of symmetry and prolific excess. Several compositions begin with vivid tiled patterns that are mirrored again and again until they can no longer
be contained and are forced to push beyond the confines of their logic. Others, emerge from a single outline that manifests the controlled lawlessness of the work. Each piece achieves a complexity of color and layer that continues to build infinitely into the space of the page creating a warping spatial depth.” - about Evgeny Kiselev