Hey, I’m Anna Kövecses, Hungarian born graphic designer currently living in Cyprus in a small seaside village with my boyfriend and our little daughter Rebeka. Here you can find a selection of my recent works including illustrations, paintings, photographs and other self initiated projects.
Above: Imagine Finding Me 1976 and 2005, Kamakura, Japan
Imagine Finding Me is a series of unique double self portraits which are created around a collection of childhood photographs taken from Chino’s family album. In these digitally manipulated and composite images, Chino’s present and past selves are snapped together in various locations and situations. As Chino describes, “the digital process becomes a tool, almost like a time machine as I’m embarking on the journey to where I once belonged and at the same time becoming a tourist in my own history”. – British Library
I’m Áron Jancsó, freelance graphic designer from Hungary. I’m a type addict. Building from scratch is how I like to work, sometimes even designing every single letter of a poster. I prefer shapes and sctructures instead of effects. My style is a blend of modernism, street culture and callygraphy, but it is also very experimental, I’m always searching for new ways of creation.
CHAPTER 1, THE AMERICAN IDIOT. A caricature of American stupidity, a metaphor about our consumer society and a visual interpretation of the Arab Spring. Pearl Square is burning, welcome to Essays On Reality, Chapter 1.
Essays On Reality is an ongoing series of short video art installations, influenced by the existentialist and surrealist movement, and inspired by social-political and economic events from around the world.
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Scorpion Dagger is doing incredible gifs. they are mostly digital collages made from images found here/there on the internet (a lot taken from northern and early renaissance paintings).
Nous sommes à la fois tentés par l’hominisation des animaux, qui révèle souvent nos projections fantasmatiques et par la bestialisation des hommes, autre manière pour nous de figer l’autre dans une animalité » – Antoine Spire
Cette série de peintures-photographies, essaie de donner une réponse à une forme de dualité – qui revêt ici une part animale – par le médium de la peinture qui s’ajoute, coule, masque, le portrait. Pour au final, créer une osmose entre les deux médiums, donc entre l’animal et le portrait.
Lives in Tokyo with two cats. Photographs mainly levitating self-portraits (and cats not levitating).
The Walking-Shelter is a human shelter stored within a pair of sneakers. Stored compactly in integrated net pockets within the shoe, the shelter expands out and around the body to form an enclosure that relies on the human frame as a supporting structure. The shelter accommodates for the body in a variety of ways and can be customised by the user to adapt to a variety of contexts and environments.
BSG was founded by Thierry Boltz and Claude Saos, from the design studio Boltz & Saos based in Strasbourg, France. Wood.b was born from a shared passion for cycling and the everyday use of this mode of transportation by the two designers. A portion of the frame is constructed using ash plywood, forming the architectural structure to which are then added high quality Columbus brand steel (stays and fork) compatible with standard bicycle components.
This project examines the quickly changing commercial landscape of Ukraine and its impact on the work force. By moving indoors, into corporate supermarkets and malls, it is becoming more Westernized and homogeneous. The archive of images of street vendors and other small, unlicensed businesses records an element of Ukrainian visual culture as it disappears. Not without irony, the beach portraits capture a black-market economy in the sunshine.