"Acrylicize is a London-based art collective and consultancy who design and produce unique, made to order art installations for special spaces. They create original works that blur the boundaries between Art and brand and express identity in new and unique ways. Below we listed some of their award-winning works in a wide variety of sectors"
Colombian artist based in Barcelona Cesar Biojo is famous for "destroying" the object of painting in his only manner. This involves techniques such as adding blobs of paint or smearing what is before him, the works created give way to the imperfections existent in all humans.
It's official now - we live in a crazy world :) Snapchat, which is now a part of Snap Inc released its first physical object designed for generation Y - Snap Spectacles. Forget Google Glasses that provoked passerby to punch a face of their owner for spying/not spying. Spectacles are fancy sunglasses with an integrated video camera that makes it easy to create Memories.
"Liz West creates a multi-coloured rainbow space for Bristol Biennial. Known for her vibrant light installations, the artist filled an empty office block with gel-filtered, fluorescent shades, from radiant red to nostalgic violet. West wanted to build a sensory experience that will put human perception in focus. ‘Our Colour’ site-specific project let her find that the eye travelling through an entire palette will most likely return to the colour it finds most comfortable and pause to enjoy it."
Beautiful ode to the most romantic city in the world
Le Turtle's branding Created by Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree, is full of symbols and metaphors, from black lobster to the latex gloves. The interior uses raw materials, such as wood, concrete or marble, while neon lights or velvet curtains add a touch of extravagance. Inspired by new wave and visual occult, the restaurant color codes are pink and black that set the idea for the branding
..Located in the upper part of Rua do Rosário, from which the house takes its name, Casa do Rosário resembles a typical Porto building.. Margarida Leitão and Luís Sobral, the duo from the collective depA architects approached the project as a work of preservation keeping the original references intact and repurposing most of the parts found on site..
Photography by José Campos
Put Your Head into Gallery is an interactive art project run by Georgian artist Tezi Gabunia, that presents four different models of famous galleries. The project involves "exhibitions" of different artists in Saatchi Gallery (Tezi Gabunia), Louvre (Rubens), Tate Modern (Hirst) and Gagosian Gallery (Liechtenstein). Mobile feature of physical models makes these "galleries" accessible for everyone. Moreover, anyone can look inside gallery, take a photo and become a part of exhibition.