GRAPHIC DESIGN - POSTERS

GRAPHIC DESIGN - POSTERS


I generally look for pictures of industrial and technological environments, details that seem to me to reflect the beauty of the human genius. Beauty is everywhere where passion lies. We have exponentially exceeded our limits in the last two hundred years, in many areas...

Our brain has the ability to receive and process information faster, with an average of two to four thousand pieces of information per day.
Sherlock Holmes was considered a sociopath in his day; today he would be considered a scientist or a talented researcher.
Digital visual art has become a distraction, a neural stimulator. The brain decodes/encodes and provokes all forms of reactions and sensations in a traditional repertoire created by experience, memory and knowledge.
That's where I come in, trying to disrupt this repertoire. I propose visions that at first glance may seem natural but which are a game of contradictory perspectives.

My "deformations" gently stimulate the brain, encouraging it to question, to be astonished and, with luck, to enjoy the discovery of a new "reality".
What I am describing is abstract and can only be suggestive. Some brains stick to what is usual with a systematic rejection of the unknown. This is up to you...