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S premišljeno uporabo vizualnih pojmov in podob
načrtujemo 
najrazličnejša avdiovizualna sporočila.

Dobro oblikovana sporočila nas usmerjajo, nagovarjajo in motivirajo,
lahko pa nas s svojo lepoto in domiselnostjo razveseljujejo in poživijo
ter pripravijo k razmišljanju.
Delo oblikovanja vizualnih sporočil je ustvarjalno in odgovorno delo,
kot žlahtna simbioza med intelektualnim in praktičnim, zato na to področje sporazumevanja vpeljujem smiselni red, sporočanje
kultivira, informacije pa so zato lahko krajše in učinkovitejše.


  
 
 

Birthday presents, apparel decoration, hair-do accessories: this is what comes to mind when most people think of ribbons. But for Japanese duo Baku Maeda and Toru Yoshikawa of Ribbonesia, the ubiquitous material is fodder for multi-part sculptures.

Ranging from colorful cactus gardens and floral landscapes to freestanding foxes and ceremonial dragons, Ribbonesia’s creations blur the lines between art and craft. In their artist statement, the duo explains their approach to the unusual material: “Just as a painter would use hundreds of brush strokes, ribbon forms can also be made from a variety of twists, bends and folds. They become paintings as much as they are sculptures.”

Working in tandem since 2010 as Ribbonesia, Maeda is the artist of the pair, and Yoshikawa the creative director developing the theme and concept. You can explore more of their in-progress and completed projects on Instagram and Facebook.



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Art | Craft | Design

By LAURA STAUGAITIS
All photographs: GAZE fotographica | Kei Furuse
Article taken via [thisiscolossal.com]

 

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