Boldness by Pál Varsányi
Summary / introduction
I find inspiration in designs that show me something new, something
unusual and are able to draw attention at the same time. I like artists
who do not follow trends but their own ideas and are brave enough to
It can either be the most minimal design or the most detailed one, if you can see the unseen, then it's inspiring indeed.
Review: Red, black, white — more than enough, why waste your time on other colours? Motomichi shows with these 3 colours what's going on in his head, and it's worth watching.
Review: Björk doesn't only make beutiful music but also equally beautiful videos. Choosing great directors and always looking for something surprising, these films and animations perfectly fit her songs.
(More on her YouTube channel)
Review: I really like MK12's
designs and animations, especially the in-house ones. Not much to say,
they are wonderfully detailed, brave, funny, poetic. Just watch them.
Review: The freshness of Jenny's collages can be really uplifting. Simple, bold and expressive.
Review: There is no limit to Klaus's imagination – take a trip to his extra-detailed and wonderful kitschy world.
Büro Destruct Posters
Review: Smart and minimal design plus great typography makes excellent posters.
Review: Francois is obviously addicted to circles. I can understand that.
Review: No software will ever be like the real thing: Kate makes screen prints and they are very nice.
Review: Stina's work is what ink and watercolor was invented for. So light as a deep breath of fresh air.
Review: David's animations are unique, emotional and visually surprising. A brave guy with a lot of ideas.
I was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1975 and still live here with my
wife and son. I originally studied architecture, in 1997 co-founded Dogfish Studio, an animation and graphics design group working for different TV networks in the area.
Besides, I make paintings and collages.
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