The Queen’s Gambit, a Netflix miniseries that aired back in October of last year, has taken the world by storm, becoming the platform’s most-watched scripted miniseries in just four weeks. Naturally, the success of this series inspired many artists to create amazing fan art – and these stunning mosaics by Greek artist Charis Tsevis are the perfect example.
In a recent interview with DeMilked, Charis said that mosaics have been a passion of his for more than 25 years. “I was really obsessed with high complexity in digital imaging and I also loved the arts of the so called computer underground,” explained the artist. “I was fascinated by ASCII ART, ANSI Art and any kind of machine art. So falling in love with mosaics came naturally.”
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Designer De2s decided to spend his time in quarantine redesigning popular logos. He puts an interesting twist on designs we probably all know. He chose Dunkin’ Donuts, Apple, FedEx, and other companies with easily recognizable logos. The new designs are creative and some even feature popular characters like Homer Simpson and Yoshi.
The designer told Bored Panda: “As a freelance brand designer, the coronavirus lockdown had a very negative impact on my business. I had so much free time all of a sudden that I was looking for a way to stay creative in these uncertain times. So I decided to redesign the logos of multinational companies, keeping in mind that these brands are recognizable by everyone thanks to their colors or their shapes.”
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We’re all familiar with brands like Prada, Apple and Chanel. To most people, those brands carry a sense of luxury, quality, and refinement. There are also those who believe that such companies stand for decadence, mindless spending, and overpriced items. Perhaps driven by these conflicting opinions Israeli artist Peddy Mergui created a series of works where he imagined how would certain food products look like if they were packaged by famous brands.
The project is called Wheat is Wheat is Wheat and explores the idea of how brand packaging changes our perception. After all, the food inside is still the same. “The exhibition explores the dynamic and often blurred ethical boundaries of design within consumer culture”. That’s how the artist himself describes the idea.
More info: peddymergui.com
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The Pacific, from British star designers Barber & Osgerby, reveals a changing Silicon Valley.
If you know one office chair by name, it’s probably the Aeron. Released in 1994, its radical, high-tech exoskeleton design was a sensation, and the chair went on to become that rare piece of furniture to emerge as a pop-culture signifier. In 1995 it appeared as the lone piece of set decoration in a Levi Strauss & Co. Super Bowl commercial; later, it served as a plot point in an episode of Will & Grace.
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