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2016-07-01

GEOMETRICAL PATTERNS INTO THE STUNNING “BLUE RED ALPHABET” BY HANSJE VAN HALEM

Today i show you another amazing project by the graphic designer Hansje van Halem, of  whom I talked about yesterday in this post.
“Blue Red Alphabet” is made out of two overlaying grids. Each layer consists of a blend of red and blue lines. The lines in each grid are pulled in a different direction to form a letter shape. Two grids placed on top of each other give the illusion of a woven structure. This way the letter exists in three versions. 
http://hansje.net/Blue-Red-Alphabet
















2016-06-30

AMAZING TEXTURES AND GEOMETRIC PATTERNS INTO GRAPHIC EXPERIMENTS BY HANSJE VAN HALEM

Hansje van Halem is a graphic designer who lives and works in Amsterdam. Her visual experiments are very interesting, she creates textures with graphic patterns and motives. In between deadlines for book designs Hansje started drawing on the computer. Her intricate typographic experiments research the tension between a systematic approach, legibility, and (ir)regularity. 
Besides creating letters, textures and patterns (digitally and manually) she loves to structure information and solve editorial problems with typography and materialisation.
In addition to working on commissioned assignments, Hansje teaches, provides workshops and gives lectures. 
www.hansje.net






























2016-06-29

LIVELY ARTWORKS WITH GEOMETRICAL SHAPES AND VIVID COLOURS BY ZELOOT

Today I show you these interesting and lively artworks of Zeloot, who is a Dutch freelance image-maker, silk-screener based in Gruiten, Germany. His work consists of doing illustrations for various newspapers and magazines worldwide, as well as poster assignments for cultural events, lp covers, cards, t-shirts, book covers and advertisements.
Clients include: The New Yorker, NYTimes, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Vrij Nederland, Esquire, Studio Dumbar, Hasbro and Ray-ban.
I like very much the graphic style of Zeloot, rich of colours, patterns, and geometric repeating shapes.
http://www.zeloot.nl/index.htm