2 DOTS, 1 LINE




2017


Portfolio Work

A line consists of at least two dots.

Extremely abstract and however representational artworks like those of Pablo Picasso, Osvaldo Cavandoli, Saul Steinberg, Jean Cocteau or, more contemporary, Geoff McFetridge and Jonathan Calugi belong to a kind of borderline regime between a playful entrancement and a rigorously disciplined design practice when sheding an artwork to its minimalistic bone structure.

The illustrations in this project follow that approach reaching out it with a typographical message in a minimal, though material realism faking manner.


























“Limit everything to the essential, but do not remove the poetry.”
~Dieter Rams

“Art is the concrete representation of our most subtle feelings.”
~Agnes Martin

“Not to show the real world, but the world how it really is.”
~Kurt Weiler


“Everything we see is light.”
~Paul Cezanne


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