Whether a more classic or a more contemporary look, this young interior designer has your back! He creates sleek designs, complete in every single way, every single detail thought out meticulously. We truly love Kerim Carmikli’s unique perspective, modern and contemporary style. He is one of Retrodition’s favorite architects. A visionary in his field. We believe his designs both inspire everyone as well arouse a feeling of aspiration.
Brian Vu is an extremely talented photographer from California. He first started experimenting with photography in his early teens. His unconventional and quite controversial imagery really captures his viewer’s attention and leaves them in awe. His bright colored graphics and visually stimulating imagery resemble psychedelic trips. It will get you guessing whether or not you’re dreaming!
Sometimes art is temporary! But that doesn’t mean that it is any less valuable than any of those masterpieces created decades ago.
Environmental and Land artist Martin Hill creates sculptures using materials “that come from the earth.” He believes in using these organic materials such as snow, ice, leaves, sticks and stones because they will perish within nature and won’t leave any remains.
Matt Crump is an art director/illustrator from Texas who is famous for his style called candy minimal. His images, edited in candy colors, are minimalist representations of everyday objects, people or places.
Night Crawlers, a group of very talented night photographers, have come together to help people figure out how to use a GoPro after dark. They create unique, vortex-like photographs using long exposure light photography hoping to inspire people to try the same with their GoPro’s. They “hope [that, this project] will be a [stepping stone into a] larger GoPro night photo culture”. Here at Retrodition we are big fans of long exposure photography and these guys have managed to take it to the next level.
Herman Kuijer installs colored lights inside two tunnels in Zutphen, Netherlands. The Dutch designer combines art and architecture harmoniously with his light installations.
Fashion designer Ece Özalp and Bİ’ŞEYLER, super talented young artists from Istanbul, have collaborated on a project which blends projection mapping techniques and a futuristic fashion sense so seamlessly that it definitely portrays a unique “perception”.
Sarah Palmer is a San Francisco based freelance photographer that experiments with light, shadows and discovers reflections in prisms. The talented young artist yearns to find mystical, hidden gems in plain sight.
Nobumichi Asai first unveiled his project Omote in 2014 and it instantly became a sensation. Omote displays a combination of real-time face tracking and projection mapping techniques to transform a model’s face using light as applied make up. The model’s face is used as a blank canvas and is altered through the projection of abstract visuals.
The preparation is long and intricate but Nobumichi Asai and his team of extraordinarily talented digital designers, CGI experts and make-up artists do an outstanding job.