Projects, works in progress and design inspiration from Emily Antenna Groves
See completed projects here
All 5 layers bolted together on the signs
Creative coding project by Tristan Bagot adds generative style motifs to fashion photography - each display is different from the next. Video embedded below:
Art direction has a crucial role to play in the use of the various screens at our disposal.
Nowadays, a master visual is designed indifferently for all sorts of platforms, be they digital or physical.
JavaScreen is a new display system using an algorithm to graphically reinterpret content thousands of times without losing its intrinsic character.
As part of my project, it creates a generative design applied to a series of fashion photos and enhances the visual aesthetics of the image : colors, shapes, thickness, verticality, opacity…
These graphics are then animated with the image becoming more eye-catching and each time the image is loaded, it creates a unique composition depending on the photograph.
You can see the project working in your browser (along with other background information) at the project website here
[h/t - gergokovacs]
Rendering and design of the signs I am making for the Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park.
Designed to attract attention using the moiré effect
Horse ear semaphores! (via BBC News - Horses’ mobile ears are ‘communication tool’)
Photocopies of Cedric Price’s plans for a Fun Palace. Essentially a modern shopping mall complex.
Note structural open grid / maybe perforations?
Polish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014
Explanatory icons and diagrams to explain the structure of the marble tomb of Józef Piłsudski, leader of the Second Polish Republic from 1918 who, following his death in 1935, became the subject of a near-religious cult, his burial place a site of patriotic pilgrimage
Curators: Institute of Architecture – Dorota Jedruch, Marta Karpinska, Dorota Lesniak-Rychlak, Michał Wisniewski