idk dude
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artchipel:

Tumblr Artist
M.T. Kofflan | on Tumblr (Germany)
M.T. Kofflan is an artist and printmaker living in Berlin. Interest in the discourses and traditions of art and philosophy influences and inspires him to create and to communicate. Kofflan’s visual work is a mixed-media process to produce images that explore the spaces between our sensory (syn)aesthetic experience and the meanings we produce. His current collection is an exploration of abstraction and decay. The result of experimental processes utilising chemicals, pigments and light, enacted and explored. Colours, vibrancy, contrasts and detail occur in transient moments, photo-captured, and formed into picture-objects. Kofflan’s experiment has drawn intense interest from other medias, including the collage and the photography.
[more M.T. Kofflan]
artchipel:

Tumblr Artist
M.T. Kofflan | on Tumblr (Germany)
M.T. Kofflan is an artist and printmaker living in Berlin. Interest in the discourses and traditions of art and philosophy influences and inspires him to create and to communicate. Kofflan’s visual work is a mixed-media process to produce images that explore the spaces between our sensory (syn)aesthetic experience and the meanings we produce. His current collection is an exploration of abstraction and decay. The result of experimental processes utilising chemicals, pigments and light, enacted and explored. Colours, vibrancy, contrasts and detail occur in transient moments, photo-captured, and formed into picture-objects. Kofflan’s experiment has drawn intense interest from other medias, including the collage and the photography.
[more M.T. Kofflan]
artchipel:

Tumblr Artist
M.T. Kofflan | on Tumblr (Germany)
M.T. Kofflan is an artist and printmaker living in Berlin. Interest in the discourses and traditions of art and philosophy influences and inspires him to create and to communicate. Kofflan’s visual work is a mixed-media process to produce images that explore the spaces between our sensory (syn)aesthetic experience and the meanings we produce. His current collection is an exploration of abstraction and decay. The result of experimental processes utilising chemicals, pigments and light, enacted and explored. Colours, vibrancy, contrasts and detail occur in transient moments, photo-captured, and formed into picture-objects. Kofflan’s experiment has drawn intense interest from other medias, including the collage and the photography.
[more M.T. Kofflan]
artchipel:

Tumblr Artist
M.T. Kofflan | on Tumblr (Germany)
M.T. Kofflan is an artist and printmaker living in Berlin. Interest in the discourses and traditions of art and philosophy influences and inspires him to create and to communicate. Kofflan’s visual work is a mixed-media process to produce images that explore the spaces between our sensory (syn)aesthetic experience and the meanings we produce. His current collection is an exploration of abstraction and decay. The result of experimental processes utilising chemicals, pigments and light, enacted and explored. Colours, vibrancy, contrasts and detail occur in transient moments, photo-captured, and formed into picture-objects. Kofflan’s experiment has drawn intense interest from other medias, including the collage and the photography.
[more M.T. Kofflan]
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theworldofagraphicdesigner:


World of creativity

Advertising campaign consists three sets of posters, which can be in some specific placement order considered as whole and also used as individual story.

www.behance.net/JakobTrpin
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theworldofagraphicdesigner:


A cup of coffee

Presentation posters were created for Coffee bar Kantina. Inspiration was taken from well known Slovenian writer Ivan Cankar – his short story “A Cup of Coffee” and is made in cubism technique with “coffee” colors.

www.behance.net/JakobTrpin
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gurafiku:

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Neue Fotografie. Satoshi Machiguchi. 2008
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designeverywhere:

World Design Capital Helsinki 2012
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leslieseuffert:


Aneta Ivanova |  Tumblr
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newyorker:

“Cubes for Albers and LeWitt, 109” (2011). Photograph by Jessica Eaton.
Click through for a slide show of photos marking the rise of abstraction in photography: http://nyr.kr/1gDlZ5l