Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Too good not to share

Graphic designer Christoph Niemann, who has developed a style of illustration based on rendering images in pixel-like squares, has posted on the New York Times about tiling his bathroom using everything from Titian to Beuys as inspiration.

A great read, and I love the handwritten style. Thanks to Julie Caniglia at the Walker for the tip-off.

Image: A detail of the Venus of Urbino pixellated in black and white: "made the 1530s feel too much like the 1980s". From Niemann's post.

1 comment:

tinks said...

That's awesome!