Geometric graphics run throughout Roxy/Josefine Club in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and resembles a gigantic sci-fi bee’s nest - with bold, sumptuous colors lending it a futuristic yet decidedly opulent aura.
At first, they look like corrupt high resolution photographs, damaged by a bad Internet connection. Then you find out that the author, Andy Denzler, is an expressionist painter who only works with canvas, oil and acrylic.
Graphic design and exhibition design for The Keys.
Frankendael Foundation, Amsterdam. For the poster-design Studio Léon&Loes made an penrose illustration and used the laser-cutting technique.This enhanced the main concept of 'the research of space'.
Beautiful giclée poster by the Foundry titled Views of the Tessaract. As seen in 'The Fourth Dimension' by Charles Hinton and referenced in L'Engle's 'A Wrinkle in Time' series. Supposedly this print has made multiple people go insane...