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crossconnectmag: H.R. Giger: Surrealist Artist and “Alien”... crss

crossconnectmag : H.R. Giger: Surrealist Artist and “Alien” Designer H.R. Giger, actually less known for his full name, Hans Ruedi Giger, is a Swiss artist who created highly influential artwork in the style of Fantastic-Realism.  He was born in 1940, in Chur, Switzerland and studied architecture and industrial design at the School of Applied Arts in Zurich. Giger’s developed interest in morbid and frightful images, as he describes himself, has been possibly influenced by a sleeping disorder and/or birth trauma. In the seventies, he discovered the airbrush and, along with it, his own unique freehand painting style, leading to the creation of many of his most well-known works, the surrealistic Biomechanical dreamscapes, which formed the cornerstone of his fame. The artist died in 2014.  Artist website:  hrgiger.com/ Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by Margaret crss

crossconnectmag: H.R. Giger: Surrealist Artist and “Alien”...

crossconnectmag : H.R. Giger: Surrealist Artist and “Alien” Designer H.R. Giger, actually less known for his full name, Hans Ruedi Giger, is a Swiss artist who created highly influential artwork in the style of Fantastic-Realism.  He was born in 1940, in Chur, Switzerland and studied architecture and industrial design at the School of Applied Arts in Zurich. Giger’s developed interest in morbid and frightful images, as he describes himself, has been possibly influenced by a sleeping disorder and/or birth trauma. In the seventies, he discovered the airbrush and, along with it, his own unique freehand painting style, leading to the creation of many of his most well-known works, the surrealistic Biomechanical dreamscapes, which formed the cornerstone of his fame. The artist died in 2014.  Artist website:  hrgiger.com/ Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by Margaret

crossconnectmag: The Daily Task As a good resolution for 2013,...

crossconnectmag : The Daily Task As a good resolution for 2013, Doze Studio, a motion design agency based in Nantes (France), came up with a crazy idea. Each day, one  member of the crew have to think, create and play with a visual experiment and post it on Tumblr. More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew

crossconnectmag: The Daily Task As a good resolution for 2013,... crss

crossconnectmag : The Daily Task As a good resolution for 2013, Doze Studio, a motion design agency based in Nantes (France), came up with a crazy idea. Each day, one  member of the crew have to think, create and play with a visual experiment and post it on Tumblr. More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew crss

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crossconnectmag: Illustrations by Pietari Posti Inspired by the...

crossconnectmag : Illustrations by Pietari Posti Inspired by the beauty of nature and its creation of the female form, Pietari Posti’s work celebrates the beauty of the world by simplifying it down to clean lines and crisp, bold shapes. His experience in graphic design from studying the subject in Lahti, Finland, is evident in his illustrative compositions. Small editorial works are arranged with the eye of a designer, and typography plays a large part in the posters, book covers, and identities he is commissioned to create. Pietari now operates Studio Posti from Barcelona, churning out work for magazines and brands worldwide and featuring in a number of illustration and design books. studioposti.com Our archive  is the treasure chest. Just open it and you’ll see. posted by Margaret

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crossconnectmag: Illustrations by Pietari Posti Inspired by the... crss

crossconnectmag : Illustrations by Pietari Posti Inspired by the beauty of nature and its creation of the female form, Pietari Posti’s work celebrates the beauty of the world by simplifying it down to clean lines and crisp, bold shapes. His experience in graphic design from studying the subject in Lahti, Finland, is evident in his illustrative compositions. Small editorial works are arranged with the eye of a designer, and typography plays a large part in the posters, book covers, and identities he is commissioned to create. Pietari now operates Studio Posti from Barcelona, churning out work for magazines and brands worldwide and featuring in a number of illustration and design books. studioposti.com Our archive  is the treasure chest. Just open it and you’ll see. posted by Margaret crss