Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Fireberg

The artist's project concerns a theme today at the center of global attention both at an institutional and population level: the environment. In these images the primary element is the ice and its melting. The artist created it through the chromatic inversion from positive to negative, which coincides with the concept of change, representing an opposite reality: the ice becomes fire, the cracks become a volcano. A new style that tells the problem by analyzing the Perito Moreno Glacier.

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Eastern Seawall

The Eastern Seawall project was to connect 6 areas visually by unified signage systems, creating a unique experience for visitors to enjoy native features and vitality. While avoiding intrusive design, designers took "reading on the way" as a main design concept. It provides visitors with a fresh, interesting, and complete experience to read information, such as signboards, site maps, and ecology introductions for roads and entrances. Modular structures were adopted to meet the needs of different venues.

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To Beauty

To is a skincare brand inspired by the life and mystery of the cosmos and the meditative experiences of the spirit. A mystical color palette, organic symbology that expresses the pulse of life, even the inside the cap, which receives little attention, is beautifully designed in a crescent shape. The specially structured screw nozzle of the facial cleanser ejects an ideal dense foam with a single push, which maintains elasticity for a long time and reduces skin irritation from friction. The eyelash beauty serum uses an innovative airless container that is preservative-free and hygienic.

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Stacked Glyphs

In Chinese culture, a special type of character called Stacked Character refers to the character formed by overlapped glyphs. Most of these superimposed characters are uncommon and are gradually replaced by commonly used characters nowadays. So that Stack Glyphs constructed the characters using graphical symbols, collected these lost chinese characters.

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Intangible Heritage

Intangible cultural heritage is deeply rooted in ethnic people. Pipa art, Longquan celadon and Zigong Lantern Festival are important representatives of China's intangible cultural heritage. Drawing a series of illustrations through computer technology creatively inherits and displays the essence of traditional culture, and brings intangible heritage into the public's field of vision. The combination of computer technology and intangible cultural heritage has the advantages of creativity and application. The works are publicized and inherited in a way that conforms to modern aesthetics.

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KK-Park

Located in the China-South Korea (Yancheng) Industrial Park, the site of a former playground, after renovation, was restored to a Sino-Korean cultural exchange leisure block. The site's mission is to publicize the city brand and promote South Korean culture. China is correlated with South Korea in terms of history and culture. The design deconstructs and rebuilds the Korean elements such as iconic ribbons of traditional Korean costume, the traditional Korean color "Obangsaek" and strokes characteristics of Korean characters.

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