This projects celebrates some of London and the world’s most icon buildings by reconstructing them using basic geometric shapes. Each building lends itself to a flow of triangles, squares and circles. Ben tries to imaging the building beyond its grey appearance and try to highlight each carefully planned aspect. The shapes and colour inject new life into familiar shapes and make you see them in a new light. The project is inspired by numerous African tribal patterns as well as the building's faceted features.
This series of colourful pop-surrealistic portraits reflects how the memories of the artist come to life and take the form of imaginary characters. Each one represents a different mood that creates its own world and alternate reality, becoming pure reflections of all the emotions that dwell within.
Parallel Universe… Is it really that hard to imagine? Another “Earth”? Throughout history, mankind has proven to be more self-destructive than constructive. This project is to illustrate the idea that somewhere there is a parallel universe, another human-like civilization, living in harmony with nature, and not using technology for personal gain. The visual objective was to mimic characteristics of renaissance paintings while illustrating a civilization from another world.
This is a personal, non-commercial work, that aims to reveal the history of Citroen cars brand in a new and positive way. The design style is using only simple strokes to reveal the full forms and beauty of the cars, and not using any solid colors. The idea behind this design is to recreate Citroen cars history in an interesting and engaging way, so that not only a brand enthusiast would enjoy spending time browsing it. There are 70 different models covered in this project.
This typographic portrait technique is complex and sophisticated. Each poster has its own individuality. The images of famous people that are familiar to anyone will make the eyes fastened, but when taking a closer look it becomes clear that the whole portrait is represented by the biography typed in the native language of a depicted person. The key element of the design is a portrait that is made from a text typed.
Typographic posters is a collection of posters made during 2013 and 2015. This project involves the experimental use of typography through the use of lines, patterns and isometric perspective that generate a unique perceptual experience. Each of this posters represent a challenge to communicate with the only use of type. 1. Poster to celebrate 40th Anniversary of Felix Beltran. 2. Poster to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Gestalt Institute. 3. Poster to protest over missing 43 students in Mexico. 4. Poster for design conference Passion & Design V. 5. Julian Carillo's Thirteen Sound.
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