It may be over but if you’ve still got World Cup fever, take a look at these prints. Portuguese architect and illustrator, André Chiote illustrated five of the Brazilian World Cup stadiums. Graphically minimal, I love the bright, thematic colors and the use of space, paired down for impact.
An ArchDaily.com article stated, “Comparing the social importance of these stadiums to cathedrals, Chiote believes that, ‘the new architectural objects are landmarks in the cities that will perpetuate in the future as a cultural and social legacy,’ and there are few better ways to envision this legacy than to treat the structures with his abstracted, colorful aesthetic.”
Similar ideas of minimalism, paring down and boldness transcends the design medium and crosses bridges.
Right up my alley, what about yours?
Our Radius Linear ring combination.
Have an infinitely modern day!