Artist, Daniel Uytterhaeghe utilizes acrylics to create a glowing canvas. His street paintings transport you to the city for an urban fix. Daniel creates beautiful, silent moments within a buzzing metropolis. Born in 1963 in Lille, France – Daniel is a France based artist whose work can be found in many galleries. To see more of his amazing art, check out his website- here.
“I always feel good when I walk on the street in the city, my eyes are full of light, I enjoy the rain with beautiful reflections of light to paint, it’s like fireworks!” – Daniel Uytterhaeghe
I am smitten with the work of the incredible ECV Graphic design student, Marynn Up. Living in Nantes, France, this amazingly talented 21 old creative is putting the romance into portraits. Armed with graphite, she portrays emotion in an amazing way, staying true to the characters integrity within each piece. Guided by her search for realism, Marynn’s illustrative endeavors touch on the romantic side of traditional portraiture, with hints of text work and appealing hues. Marynn’s incredible portraits have the same alluring, almost voyeuristic, quality as Niki Pilkington. To see more of Marynn’s beautiful work, check out her website, here. Also, be sure to appreciate her talent on Behance, visit her Facebook and follow her on Twitter. She will also be coming out with an online store soon!
The dynamic duo, Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez, are the brains and talent behind the French-based design studio, helmo. Installed in the windows of Galleries Lafayette in Paris was their series entitled, “Bêtes de mode” (Fashion Animals). The approach and execution of the series is both clever and original. Evolving the technique used in old-fashioned 3D glasses, Thomas and Clément utilized overlaying colors. By installing transparent red and blue gels, they were able to control and alter perspective. Check out the video below to get a better idea of how their work was displayed. Thomas and Clément truly created an experience for onlookers. Check out more of helmo’s innovative art and designs on their website, here.
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Tags: 3d glasses, Art, Bêtes de mode, Clément Vauchez, Design, Fashion, Fashion Animals, French Artist, Galleries Lafayette, helmo, Installation, Photography, Thomas Couderc, Video