« Less is more », a phrase from the Robert Browning poem « Andrea del Sarto, also called ‘The Faultless Painter' » published in 1855
The phrase was adopted by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe as a precept for minimalist design in the 1960’s
I’m always fascinated by the graphic power of nature. Fantastic inspiration !
If you want to see more… you can click on each pictures to go on the source !
Simple ideas are always the best !
You just have to roll over the blank area, a red oblique line is created and then it perfectly match to reveal an artwork.
This is a good exemple : collectie.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
A new project to be revealed soon…
Clue : it’s all about French know-how !
Absolutely agree with this quote extracted from a great talk by John Maeda at TED.
My friend Amélie Fontaine is an amazing illustrator !
I love her style because it’s a genius mix of good skills of drawing,
a short selection of colours, very graphic, and dreamy/surrealistic subjects.
A very nice playlist for working by COS
Armes Fausses (False Arms) is a colour-based image re/depository.
As it turns out, arbitrary systems of organization are organizational systems nevertheless.
Love it, let’s go for hours of discovering !
Hedi Slimane took the creative reins at Saint Laurent in March 2012,
he decided to rebrand globally this iconic couture house.
As many of my graphic designer friends, I was a HUGE fan of this
beautiful YSL designed by the talented Cassandre… so I was a bit sad
and wondering « why? » Slimane decided to change the logo to Saint Laurent Paris.
We say in French « mieux vaut tard que jamais »…
Hedi Slimane finally speaks on this ambitious rebranding project: HERE & HERE