What if a daydream was brought to life? Shadows extending freely across a tiled floor, a mirror standing upright on a table, a pool of water rippling to its own rhythm: these are the scenarios that fill the following images. Entitled New Perspectives, the featured works are a series of digital renders with no beginning, middle or end. Fleshed out with warm, earthy tones, each of the pictures casts a warm filter over virtual interiors and their items. The ambiguous locations burst with energy and contemporary stylistics. With seven years’ experience in graphics and branding, Christophe Barneau (b. 1989) is a multi-disciplinary designer creating his own worlds and pushing the boundaries of space in the process. He has previously worked with esteemed institutions and brands such as Saatchi, Paris; Auckland Museum and Chanel. Barneau works on a range of projects from typography and illustration to web design, mobile applications and print works. Instagram: @chrisbarneau.
Rendering New Worlds
New Graphic Design
With over 500 pages of superb colour images, the canvases for the work range from book covers, magazines and posters to scarves, apps and music videos.
Drenched in pink hues, velvet greens and tabletop topiary, London’s Summit House has been refurbished by Stockholm designers Note.