Squares, Triangles, Circles...

A series of experimental mosaic artworks based on the basic geometrical shapes.

A series of experimental mosaic artworks based on the basic geometrical shapes.

Professional and experimental artworks created during this last year. A continuation of my mosaic studies based on the bipolar scheme of simplicity and complexity. Trying to capture the motion through very bold and rigid shapes. Trying to express the beauty through pure geometry. Squares (and rectangles), triangles and circles as basic constructive materials. Limited color palettes to express atmosphere and temperature.
Influenced by the movements of suprematism, abstactism and op art. Always returning to the Gestalt psychology principle that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
Let's start with the SQUARES:

Dancing/Surpassing me

Artwork created for the annual art exhibition of the Greek Association of Alzheimer Disease and Relative Disorders.
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Girl with dandelion
Artwork by created for the annual art exhibition of the Greek Association of Alzheimer Disease and Relative Disorders.
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The Football Colors (Grigoris Makos)
A colorful portrait of Greek football player Grigoris Makos. A wedding gift for my cousins Athina and Grigoris.
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Athina & Grigoris
A wedding gift for my cousins Athina and Grigoris.
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African flower
There are many colorful flowers on the path of life, but the prettiest have the sharpest thorns.
— African Proverb

Experimental collage portrait of a South African girl.
Based on the wonderful photography of Luba Nel.
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Night rider
Skateboarding at night. A study.
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Here I Am
Sun is shining, the weather is sweet
Makes you want to move your dancing feet.
To the rescue, here I Am.
Want you to know, y'all, where I stand.

African dancer. A piece inspired by Bob Marley's song "Sun is shining".
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Electric Festival Aruba
A portrait of Karim and Maurice Neme, organizers of Electric Festival for the cover of Xclusivo Aruba magazine.
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Let's continue with the TRIANGLES:

The heat is on! (1)

A colorful Basketball player. An experiment with triangles and colorful ...heat.
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The heat is on! (2)
A colorful Basketball player. An experiment with triangles and colorful ...heat.
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The heat is on! (3)
A colorful Basketball player. An experiment with triangles and colorful ...heat.
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Let's finish with the CIRCLES:

Uthanda ukudansa nami? (Would you like to dance with me?)

Portrait of a South African girl.
Based on the wonderful photography of Luba Nel.
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Igama lami ngu Nomathemba (My name is Hope)
Portrait of an African girl.
Based on the wonderful photography of Luba Nel.
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Sphesihle (Precious gift)
Portrait of an African girl. Artwork by Charis Tsevis.
Based on the wonderful photography of Luba Nel.
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DJ Bone: Detroit in Athens
A mosaic portrait of DJ Bone, a Detroit Techno DJ. Created for a party in an Athens club.
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Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.

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