From the series Never Stop Exploring. All images courtesy the artist
An ostentatious style paired with exquisite detail runs through a series of variegated, graphic renderings. From Yanis Georges, the pieces evoke an artistic interpretation of the world wide web while incorporating sleek geodesic layers and classic visuals of pearl necklaces slipping through fingers. All in all, his generated designs paint a vision of the future that makes a nod to artificiality but appears effortlessly graceful.
Yanis started Ethik Design, a France-based design studio, in 2008. The firm aters to 3D design and animation. Aside from Ethik, the French designer's personal works include Everyday (2014) and Never Stop Exploring (2016). Both projects rely on the artist keeping a strict deadline to ensure he creates an original piece each day. “Working on a new idea day after day really improves my creative thought process as well as my technical skills. This…helps me [even] today to be strict with myself [to] create and to be constantly creative and to try to evoke inspiration," Yanis tells The Creators Project.
Playing with the idea of the future, the artist draws from many of his own cultural influences. “I study the world around me for inspiration and look at nature and things on a microscopic scale to create images that are abstract but relatable. I’m particularly drawn to the abstracted works. They feel otherworldly, of creatures and systems that would be found in a conceptual sci-fi film. These sometimes organic, sometimes geometric shapes speak of alien cells, computer code, or growing, pulsating organisms,” Georges says. To calibrate his creative process, the artist often uses a mood board to organize his inspirations and concepts, as well as hand-drawing in the preliminary stages.
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