Series of 3D designs, both personal and commercial created the last few months.
works by valerio vittozzi
digital illustration, graffiti arts, visual design
aluminium print 150 x 105 cm
aluminium print 54 x 150 cm
New site is on line !!
More info at brisseaux.com
I have started photojournal where i post pictures i take everyday with my camera.
here is the link:
and some examples of photos:
I wanted to let the word out about this awesome project, Stance.
“Artist can re-create their favorite pair of Jordan’s that they wish they still had; or design a new colorway for that sneaker that you’ve always wanted to see. However, my ultimate vision is that artist will throw all the rules out the window and run with their very own vision of the perfect kicks.”
As someone who is passionate about sneakers, I instantly became interested in the project and became a full supporter. The Stance team, headed by Delroy Dennisur along with his team members Spencer Wyatt and Jenna Dewar (@KickStance), were able to meet their goal on Kickstarter and now able to move the project forward! To me, this is an awesome way to get your favorite sketches into three dimensions.
Everyone should take a look at their website, http://stancecollection.com/, and check it out! Let them know what you think on twitter!
As we pursue the creation and craft of original garments, we inevitably produce waste materials.
In an effort to reduce this waste, we developed a modular system of patterns based around a single standard crew.
The modular system (15 Variations) allows for almost 100% yield of the selected fabrics, reducing all but the most superficial waste.
The system demands that each garment be cut individually with no two designs ever coming out the same. Individuality and exclusivity, achieved through process, not marketing, is a tenet of a New Luxury.
Clothing and objects represent only one part of the SVSV brand offering.
We understand that our audience will ultimately consume more images of our brand than our products.
With that in mind, we treat the associated artwork as an important element, holding as much weight, if not more, in the modern digital age. Our current exploration is the next step in our pursuit of traditional craft colliding with modernity. It is our personal resistance against an almost completely digital world.