Felipe Pantone continues to overrun cities with his unique creations at an astonishing rate and these prints are a brave effort at capturing the charm of his craft. Part of his “Optichromies” series, this print explores visual effects by the juxtaposition of intense colors (color spectrums, chromachrome, digital environments) and optical art elements (speed sensation, eye fatigue, excitement). They
“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most,” John Ruskin famously proclaimed in the 19th century. Our attraction to colour is innate and influences us every day, in a myriad of contexts. In our technology-centric world today, the possibilities of colour are great than ever. At a special exhibition at
Our friend Felipe Pantone just finished a stunning project as part of the LascoProject of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France. Pantone’s quest to explore and compound all aspects of dynamism continues with “Data Somersault”. This impressive installation features his signature ultra vibrant colors and high contrast motifs, stretching boldly beyond the boundaries of this
Felipe Pantone who resides in Valencia, Spain visits Australia for the first time to paint a massive wall for WonderWalls festival in Wollongong and then to Melbourne to launch his solo exhibition Stereo Dynamica at Backwoods Gallery. His incredible vibrant canvas works often use a black and white geometric background filled with splashes of bright
Another artist that quickly worked his way through his piece for Vision Art Festival in Crans-Montana in Switzerland, is Felipe Pantone. In matter of couple of days he finished this unusual, detailed piece at the parking lot on Route des Téléphériques in Crans.In his signature style the Spanish artist painted sort of a visual distortion image
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