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Angela Rizza Illustration

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Angela Rizza is a freelance artist and illustrator based in New York. She graduated with her BFA in 2011 from the Fashion Institute of Technology and loves illustrating narrative works and characters. Since graduating she has been featured in Level magazine, Imagine FX, Creative Quarterly, Illustration Age, and has done shows for Light Grey Art Lab, and has worked with Bioware. Let’s take a look at some of her artworks.

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Dominic Wilcox'sfuture" car is driverless and made Stained-glass

Wilcox created the car, called Stained-glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future, as a commission for MINI Frontiers exhibition on the future of mobility, which opened today as part of the London Design Festival.

The designer imagined a future where all cars were controlled by computers that would eliminate collisions and accidents, meaning everyday vehicles would no longer need to be designed for safety.

Photography is by Sylvain Deleu.

VIia: dezeen

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Tatiana Plakhova: Chaotic Structures

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Tatiana Plakhova is an illustrator, designer and art director living and working in Russia. She graduated from Moscow State University with a Master in Social Psychology, and then went on to study graphic design in High Academic School of Graphic Design. Her works are based on mathematical simplicity and harmony. This mathematical style helps her to illustrate everything from biological cell to the space and pensive worlds. She creates both chaos and harmony. “Chaos has its own structure, and each structure contains chaos. I am attracted by both characteristics. They are both inseparable and the basic laws of the world we live in. We can’t enjoy the beauty of waves, stars and leaves without the chaotic, unpredictable, disordered part of live,” says she.

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