Using explosive colors and a range of visual design techniques, Charis Tsevis produces digital artwork that ranges from mosaic portraits to neofuturistic vectors.
At first glance, his images offer a vibrant burst to the eye, but only in looking closer can you see the incredible details. To truly appreciate the intricacies of his work, you’d need a screen that shows 6000 pixels; however, you can get an idea of the aesthetic complexity by clicking the images to see them in higher resolution on flickr.
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The Greek designer, who studied in Munich and Milan, creates art for international clients from his studio in Athens. With an impressive client roster that includes IKEA, Toyota, Saatchi and Saatchi, Wired, The Wall Street Journal and Fortune, he has had the opportunity to explore his talents. Not surprisingly, Tsevis has received numerous awards for his designs. He is also a columnist for well-known design magazines in Greece, and just in case you were looking for tips from this pro, Tsevis has published two books on Adobe Photoshop.
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