April’15 Infographic for W42ST Magazine

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Check out the April’s Earth (green) issue of the NY magazine W42ST: http://www.w42st.com. You can see my work on pgs 2 & 6 – a full page ad I did for a new restaurant at the Yotel – Green Fig and – this infographic dedicated to the Earth Day celebrated in April every year. Follow my design work here: http://bit.ly/1IiOgva and my videos @ http://bit.ly/1ROGYth. More data visualization/infographics here: http://bit.ly/1M35Qw0.

Feb’15 Infographic for W42ST Magazine

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Here’s a full page infographic I did for the February issue of the New York magazine W42ST. Follow my design work here: http://bit.ly/1IiOgva and my videos @ http://bit.ly/1ROGYth. More data visualization/infographics here: http://bit.ly/1M35Qw0.

Jan’15 Infographic for W42ST Magazine

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Here’s a full page infographic I did for the January issue of the New York magazine W42ST. Follow my design work here: http://bit.ly/1IiOgva and my videos @ http://bit.ly/1ROGYth. More data visualization/infographics here: http://bit.ly/1M35Qw0.

 

The Print You Can Have

See a little video of the prints available on sale here.

My Illustrations on Sale

Happy to announce that my illustrations are now on sale on Art of Brands. These are the illustrations from my city series. You can now have Berlin, Moscow, Paris, San Francisco, New York (three different kinds), Buenos Aires and London. Click here to see and/or buy them.

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This New York City illustration has been featured on the cover of the W42ST magazine in September 2015. Click here to see it on the cover.

If only mannequins could talk: The art of making the mannequins

Check out this great exhibition currently running at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City!

Ralph Pucci: The Art of the Mannequin

The Full Animated Gif: See the World by Bike

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Here’s the full version of the animated gif I created, the shorter version of which you saw here. Each city has the color of my perception, of how I personally feel about the city, be it New York or San Francisco, Berlin or Paris. I hope you’d enjoy it!

From Bikeholic with Love: Take a Ride Around the Globe

London, Paris, Berlin, Buenos Aires – sky is the limit for a bicyclist!

Here’s a little promo I did for my blog Bikeholic, featuring four of some of my favorite cities in the world – New York City, Paris, Berlin, Buenos Aires, and London. This is a short version, the longer version is coming up that will also feature Moscow and San Francisco. And these are just a few places where I biked. I’ll be adding some more, but, as of today, here’s a preview of what to expect:

Around the World by Bike

Around the World by Bike

All of the illustration is done by me. The colors of the cities and the “moods” reflect my own feelings about and the way I view these particular locations.

“New York City Through a Shattered Glass”: 9 West 57 Street Signage

Next time you are walking the streets of your city, stop for a minute and try to see what others don’t. Try to see why this street might be special. We often hurry through the city without noticing anything around ourselves, unless someone points out one thing that can make this particular street significant. Like this “9” street sign. This is not just a huge letter “9”, it’s a branding project/street signage identity commissioned by 9 West 57 Street building to the graphic designer Tom Geismar, one of the greatest graphic designers any graphic designer should know. And now it’s more than an “identity”, it’s an attraction-landmark of its own.

So, next time you are running the street, zoom out of everything else and zoom in on something that is worthwhile to note.

9 West 57th Street Signage

More here.

My New Series of Works “New York City Through a Shattered Glass”

I’m also working on a new project – a series of works featuring New York City through a shattered glass.
I really love this city. It’s my favorite city in the whole world! (Paris comes second!) And I constantly take picture of NYC. As a matter of fact, on a daily basis.

One day I thought, why not show NYC as I see it, through my eyes to make local and tourists visiting this incredibly vibrant city realize that there’s more to it than the touristy places and that even those touristy places could be viewed differently – through a different angle and such. This project falls under “conceptual design”, as I think of it. Others might find it just purely entertaining.

This is how the “New York City Through a Shattered Glass” series came along. Through a broken glass, as I hope and envision, you’d be able to see one more “little or grand” thing you might have missed otherwise.

I’ll be loading them up as I go into my Behance portfolio.

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