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17 FEBRUARY 2012

Stanley Chow: illustrated caricatures

Fig.1 Stanley Chow "Patricia Franchini", (character played by Jean Seberg in Jean Luc Godard's "Breathless").
Fig.2 Stanley Chow "Chinese Girl", (caricature of Vladimir Tretchikoff's 1950 portrait of Monika Pon).

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2Dcaricaturecelebrityfaceflatgraphic styleillustrationJean Seberg • Monika Pon • portraitportraiture • Stanley Chow • visual communicationvisual depictionvisualisation • Vladimir Tretchikoff

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Simon Perkins
11 JANUARY 2012

Movie Posters revised: an exercise in visual literacy

[UK designer Olly Moss revises classic film posters.]

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abstraction • An American Werewolf in London • Deerhunter • design exercise • design formalism • Die Hard • Dirty Harry • film poster • Four Lions • graphic designgraphic style • Hydra (TV) • Jackie Brown • movie • Olly Moss • On the Waterfront • pop-cultureposterposter design • Return of the Jedi • revision • RoboCop • Rocky (film) • Source Code (2011) • The Empire Strikes Back • The Evil Dead • The Great Dictator • There Will Be Blood • Thor (film) • visual communicationvisual designvisual languagevisual literacyvisual style • werewolf

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Simon Perkins
03 JUNE 2011

The hospital, contains the complete arsenal of modern healing, but is devoted to a radical deescalation of the medical process

"The hospital is a sequence of pavilions, each devoted to a particular disease. They are connected by a medical boulevard –a slow–moving belt that displays the sick in a continuous procession, with a group of dancing nurses in transparent uniforms, medical equipment disguised as totem poles, and rich perfumes that suppress the familiar stench of healing, in an almost festive atmosphere of operatic melodies.

Doctors select their patients from this belt, invite them to their individual pavilions, test their vitality, and almost playfully administer their (medical) knowledge. If they fail, the patient is returned to the conveyer; perhaps another doctor tries the patient, but it soon becomes apparent that the belt leads beyond the pavilions, through the cruciform building, and straight into the cemetery."

(Koolhaas, R., M. Vreisendorp, et al.)

Fig.1 – 9 Rem Koolhaas, Madelon Vreisendorp, Elia Zenghelis, and Zoe Zenghelis (1972). 'Exodus, or the voluntary prisoners of architecture'

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1972appropriation • architectural sequence • arsenal • boulevardcemeterycollage • continuous procession • conveyer belt • cruciform • cut-outcut-out illustrationdancingdiseasedoctor • Elia Zenghelis • exodus • festive atmosphere • graphic style • healing • hospitalillustrationimaginary landscapes • Madelon Vreisendorp • medical boulevard • medical equipment • medical knowledge • medical process • melody • modern healing • nurseoperationpatientpavilionperfumephotocollagephotomontageplayful • prisoners of architecture • radical deescalation • Rem Koolhaassequencespace-framespatial narrativesspeculative design • totem poles • uniform • urban speculation • vitality • Zoe Zenghelis

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Simon Perkins
27 NOVEMBER 2009

Albert Exergian: Popular TV shows

"Albert Exergian designt ultra–minimalisierte Serienposter, die schöner und aussagekräftiger nicht sein könnten. Leider kenne ich nur einen kleinen Teil der Serien die visualisiert wurden. Die Serien mir bekannt sind könnten aber grafisch kaum besser reduziert werden."

(Philipp, 23/11/2009, Hundertmark)

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abstraction • Albert Exergian • designdesign formalismgraphic styleminimalismposter • serien • television poster • visual communicationvisual designvisual languagevisual literacyvisualisation • visualisiert • visualization

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Simon Perkins
31 OCTOBER 2009

eBoy: pixelart

"EbOY is Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Svend Smital. We create re–usable pixel objects and take them to build complex and extensible artwork."

(EbOY)

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digital aestheticsdigital artdigital artworkdigital culture • eBoy • games • games poster • graphic styleillustrationisometric projection • Kai Vermehr • motifpatternpixelpixelartposterposter illustration • Steffen Sauerteig • Svend Smital • toyvector art

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Simon Perkins
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