Visual designer Charis Tsevis is a world renowned vector illustrator with a dynamic body of work to show for it. This latest series is a set of 6 vector illustrations for Yahoo!’s coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
If the assignment was to capture the brilliant energy and colour of competition, then it’s safe to say that this deserves a gold. Well done.
See the rest in the series here.
Charis Tsevis‘ website
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Every so often, an artist comes along that just takes your breath away. Hong Yu Cheng is just such a person. Siren is a digital image that stopped us dead in our tracks here at Vectorvault. Like many of Yu Cheng Hong’s characters, she feels so real and alive. That’s what makes it, and his portfolio so special.
Please keep these coming.
Cam’t get enough? Here are some more of his characters:
Droog has developed an innovative system that allows consumers to download digital plans for furniture to be produced locally. A concept that really strikes a chord with those looking to reduce waste and cost without giving up style.
This could be the start of something very interesting. But why stop at furniture? What other products could benefit from this format?
In the mid-60s, General Dynamics commissioned American graphic artist Matthew Leibowitz (1918-1974) to create a public relations film to attract potential employees in such areas as mathematics, engineering, physics, aerodynamics and aeronautics. The artist integrated the symbols of the fields of research to present the concepts in a highly abstract manner. The film titles were also used in lectures on aeronautics and space research.
Matthew Leibowitz is best known for creating designs that displayed an intuitive visual intelligence. Born in Philadelphia, he set up his freelance business in 1942. Firms he worked with included Container Corporation of America, General Electric, IBM and RCA. His work is displayed in a number of museums. More about Leibowitz can be found in this essay from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Matthew Leibowitz, A Legendary Modernist.
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