Unique Sarteri’ schemochrome mixed tecnique on linen, naturally dyed linen with unraveled borders. – 35 x 35 cm, 2014
Sarteri’ schemochrome, 100×100 cm spraypaint & acrylic on canvas, 2014
The schemochrome represents a visual code where army green color-rods interact with desert morning glory blond rods in square modules over a gunmetal background.
The city of Sirte was the final major stronghold of Gaddafi loyalists in the Libyan civil war and Gaddafi was killed there by rebel forces on 20 October 2011. During the battle, Sirte was left almost completely in ruins, with many buildings totally destroyed or damaged. The Artist was touched by a war scene where armed vehicles were passing by a morning glory bush, right in the middle of nowhere in the Libyan desert. Life and nature was still there in a desert of death and destruction.
27 x 27 cm #Sarteri schemochrome: embroidered colour rods on fabric based on environmental color study for the City of Milan.
Nick Frank, Sony World Photo Awards Finalist of 2014, is an architectural photographer from Munich Germany who depicts the world through his camera creating solid compositions of architectural urban and industrial environments. His latest projects caught our attention. His focus on urban details, subways, colors and schemes let us include his works in our definition of abstract structuralism.
210 × 297 mm Sarteri schemochrome on paper, based on official Financial Times Identity and Communication Guidelines, extracting brand’s primary, secondary and tertiary colour palettes: FT Pink (Pantone 473) FT Grey (Pantone 432), FT Blue (Pantone 295), FT Burgundy (Pantone 187), White.
The international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news internationally represent a media reference in globalization and international economics. Sarteri idealizes a geometric hourglass through a paradicmatic coloured cuisenaire rods structure.
“Art is long, and Time is fleeting, And our hearts, though stout and brave, Still, like muffled drums, are beating Funeral marches to the grave.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Savvy studio located in México realized La Peñita de Jaltemba concept in collaboration with: Isauro Huizar & Tomás Guereña. A fictional story was written about the lost Jaltemba tribe in order to develop the concept and design for a seafood bar called La Peñita de Jaltemba in Playa del Carmen located on Mexico’s Caribbean coast.
For De Unie Hasselt-Genk, Felice Varini realises a painting on the roofs and facades of 99 buildings in the city centre of Hasselt en Belgique: ‘Trois ellipses ouvertes en désordre’. The composition can only be seen in its entirety from one particular vantage point, the Sky Lounge of the Radisson Blu Hotel. Following the route of De Unie across town, however, visitors will be confronted with a number of fragments of Varini’s work. Every fragment is an attraction in itself.