2014-04-18

REFINED BLACK AND WHITE ILLUSTRATIONS BY NOUMEDA CARBONE

Noumeda Carbone is an Italian artist born in Paris. Since 2006 she works as a freelance illustrator. Her illustrations are characterized by an original and very refined style. Her works take on a dreamlike tone, dark, surreal, sometimes glamorous and sensual. Noumeda particularly loves working with ink and markers, although experimenting with different media. 
In this post I show you some of her works that are characterized by the use of black and white, with beautiful drawings  with optical details and organic patterns.
Her works have been published in Vogue Trends, 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide Luerzer 's Archive Specials 09/ 10,  "The Beautiful . Illustrations for Fashion and Style - The work of 100 of today's trendiest and most promising fashion and lifestyle illustrators", Communication Arts - 50th Anniversary Issue, Rolling Stone Magazine, Penthouse- online magazine , La Perla Magazine, Trenland.net , Kult magazine . She has collaborated with Pitti Immagine, Breil, London Liryc Opera, Leo Burnett, The Guardian, Sony / ATV, Alta Roma Ethical Fashion , 1861 United.
In 2011 she received the Award for Design & Illustration Art Takes London and  in 2010 the Merit Award 3x3 Professional Show Winner in the Fashion and self -promotion sections.
www.noumeda.com
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2014-04-17

REPEATXREPEATY, LIKEABLE WEBSITE ABOUT PATTERNS

Today I present to you this very nice website, "repeatxrepeaty," by Matt Joyce and Loz Ives. Everyone can send your own pattern (instructions on the website), which is published and becomes public domain, with the link and the credit on the author. What's interesting and fun on this site, is that you see the pattern, what in technical terms is called "factory repeat" and if you click on it immediately appears in all-over repeat. Fun and informative!
http://www.repeatxrepeaty.com/























2014-04-16

ARTISTIC COLLAGES WITH TANGRAM SHAPES ON "TANGRAMMAR" WEBSITE

I casually discovered on the internet these very nice collages combined as the Tangram, ancient game of Chinese origin, obtained by dividing a square into seven parts called tan: a square, a parallelogram and five isosceles triangles, two large, one medium and two small. 
By combining the pieces of the Tangram, you can get an almost infinite number of figures, some geometric, some that resemble everyday objects, animals, etc..
http://www.tangrammar.com/




















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