Stunningly Intricate Illustrations Of Animals And People Made Of Hundreds Of Wires

Charis Tsevis has done it again with a wonderful ‘wired’ series to symbolize the relationship between the network and the human body and spirit. Fascinated by the wired world we all live in, Tsevis created large scale illustrations of people, animals and brains, and if you look closely, they’re composed entirely of individual wires.

Bright Neo-Futuristic Avatars for The New Flickr

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With Yahoo! on a roll with their recent acquisition of Tumblr, a re-vamping of Flickr was in order and aside from the new free Terabyte of photo storing space (537,731 6.5 megapixel photos) and app with filters, the whole site got a makeover. The new UI is awesome and to go along with the new design, they hired the super talented, award winning, Greek designer Charis Tsevis to create their new avatars. His unique style which he calls Neo-futurism or Neo-cubism features vibrant color palettes and perfectly layered geometric shapes. He credits his style to studying under teachers Nino Di Salvarore, Carlo Nangeroni, Augusto Garau who introduced him to Gestalt psychology and to the love of pure form and color.

Charis Tsevis: Beautiful Obama Posters from Greece

It’s been a massively challenging election year, with plenty of twists, turns and mud thrown along the way. Now with Obama in the White House for another 4 years, his supporters are still celebrating the victory… but it isn’t just Americans who are doing the rejoicing, or who helped him stay in power. A large portion of the world population supported Obama this election, with people from Africa to Europe hoping for his re-election. Greek graphic designer Charis Tsevis was one of these people.

Thom Yorke & Coachella by the numbers for OC Weekly

It’s Coachella month! Did you get your tickets yet? This week OC Weekly came out with an awesome article featuring infographics about the music festival. There you can find out the breakdown of genres, how many bands have been in each year’s lineup, attendance for each day, safety precautions, and more.

London: The New Capital of Romance

When trying to think of the most romantic city in the world, most people would guess Paris, but it turns out that London has had more Valentine’s Day hotel and travel bookings than any other European city. So for the cover of the St. Valentine’s special issue of Evening Standard magazine, which featured an article about this, visual designer Charis Tsevis created a beautiful illustration.

A Julian Assange Portrait Made with 3D Globes

Playing off the globes in the hourglass logo of the WikiLeaks website, computer artist Charis Tsevis has created a highly detailed portrait of Julian Assange. Represented entirely using 3d images of the earth, each planet is rotated so their different face dictates the color. The original image is a hugely detailed 6656 x 6656 pixels. We think it is absolutely brilliant.

Neofuturistic Vectors and Vibrant Mosaics

Using explosive colors and a range of visual design techniques, Charis Tsevis produces digital artwork that ranges from mosaic portraits to neofuturistic vectors.