After a few sleepless nights, and help from friends in 1001, this is my new website and visual identity.
This piece is actually a test of combining my gothic textura tall and narrow typeface with my new Canterbury Uncial typeface. I think they look pretty cool together. They compliment each other quite well. Differences in size, spacing and texture also work well. The long decender on the uncial Rs play well together and magically worked out that way. The uncial letters are evenly spaced a bit wider than normal to give it a more formal look. The diamonds are used to fill the empty space in the M, O, P, and T characters. Layout design, spacing and balance are so critical in calligraphy yet unfortunately often overlooked. All of this is was done by eye with help of a few guide lines.
This is an example where old-school authentic hand done calligraphy can be applied to modern movies, music, video games and other products. I like the overall look of this piece. I liked the first Resident Evil film. Never played any of the video games but imagine they look great too. This would look amazing on the back of a T-shirt, or side of a wall. Cheers Steve
I’ve recently spent a month in Bhutan to work on a project.
During my free time I’ve managed to go out and shoot a visual piece about this mysterious and wonderful place:http://www.vimeo.com/61046013
“Known to the world as the happiest place on earth, I got the chance to spend one month working in this beautiful and mysterious country. During that time I managed to go around and capture some of the most breathtaking landscapes the kingdom has to offer.”
Filmed & Edited by Charles Lanceplaine
Music by Hamacide – “Flowers In Rain Water featuring Pei Pei”
Illustrations by www.zvereff.com
Special thanks to Khampa Tshering, Singye Wangchuk and Pasang Rigsel Dorji
Branding and Promotional Illustrations for my Portfolio
Self Initiated project regarding the branding and design of my website, logos and twitter background.
Wanted to promote my portfolio even further with this project and also have some more commercial
style work on my portfolio.
Main element of the illustrations is my portfolio, displayed on a variety of devices. These are a mix of
of 3D base layers illustrated and retouched in Photoshop. The style I went for Is what I think best
describes my work. Energy, flow, candy, neon, gloss, chrome, light and explosive were the key elements
of inspiration for this project.
Hope you like it!
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Merry Christmas Everyone! Go check out our present at www.kronex.net!
Identidad MTV + Coke “The Move” (Detail)
para MTV Holanda (NL)
Cliente: M.D.I. (NL)
The Move es un programa de baile para MTV Holanda con
miras a los juegos olimpicos Londres 2012, auspiciado por Coca-Cola.
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A few months ago I was approached by TBWA Paris in order to participate in a collection of 20+ illustrations for their client Infiniti/ Team Red Bull. There was a total of 6 artists including myself and each artist got a set number of illustrations to complete according to their own personal style. I was chosen to do the artwork for Bahrain Grand Prix, Monaco Grand Prix, Germany Grand Prix and Singapore Grand Prix. Each illustration focuses on particular assets of the cars . Bahrain focuses on the pistons, Monaco focuses on the paddle gear shift sustem , Germany focuses on the rear wheel angle adjustment system and Singapore focuses on the pure might and strength of their electronic supercar. The colour schemes are relative to the countries flags and the main concept behind all illustrations is data visualisation and integration through digital art. For Infiniti, performance is about more than statistics, it’s about how their cars make the driver feel. So for this campaign, we took performance data from a range of Infiniti cars and visualised it in a way that showed more colour, more depth and more feeling. For each poster a car was selected based on how well its standard features matched the demands of each track.
Illustration: Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
3D Design: Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
Assistant Art Direction : Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
Art Direction and Creative Direction: Mattia Lachini, Fabian Braun , Maxwell Burgoyne , John Paul Williams
Project Management : Julie Champin
Digital illustration to accompany the forthcoming online article ” How to Dress for your Zodiac Sign: A Cheat Sheet for the Astrological Crisis “.