Greece-based artist Charis Tsevis is a brilliant visual designer who is renowned all over the world for his creative minds and has done work for companies like Nike, PepsiCo, Toyota and IKEA. “We are living in a wired world. No matter how wireless technologies have developed. We need those cables, lines to transfer electricity and data”, said by Tsevis. Due to his fascination about this wired world, he created intricate illustrations feature a maze of wires tangled together to form people and animals. Those perfectly arranged wires, from cord to cable, are snaking out towards the edges in his illustrations and magically create a sense of motion. Tsevis says, “All of them have to do with the relationship between the network and the human body and spirit.”
The holiday season is almost close to end and hope you all have wonderful time with your family and friends. The video clip “Paper Craft Christmas Card” is one of best motion graphic works I saw this year. Created by Stephen Fitzgerald and Nathan De Ceasar and set to the music of Grant Harold, “Christmas Card to Friends” was inspired by paper craft, strata cut, and origami set in a snowy wonderland. Enjoy this clip and hope these holidays have been a time that you’ve gotten to share with people you love.