Video: Black and white photos combined with graphics from 96k graphics studio
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
Black and white photography is good. Interesting graphic solutions are good too. Both together are wonderful. Chinese graphics studio 96k, working with Pepsi, SonyEricsson, Microsoft and many others, allows you to be convinced of this, and not only this.
When different types of art are combined, it almost always turns out to be very interesting. It is worth remembering, for example, letter drawings and other unusual ideas from the artist Gabriella Barouch. The works of 96k studio also turned out to be very unusual and stylish.
Liu Zheng is the founder of the 96k “creative boutique” located in Beijing. He grew up in an industrial area of a port town in China, and the close proximity to ships from other countries fostered an interest in different cultures, religions and arts. True, he was raised as a long-distance runner, but this edge did not work out - later he devoted himself entirely to art. Liu Zheng is interested in both traditional forms and exotic trends in photography and graphics. He organized his studio in 2005. Since then, he has managed to work with SonyEricsson, Pepsi, Ikea and many other eminent clients.
On this site you can find out more about the work of the studio.
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