Three years in and Incase and Arkitip are still going strong with their Curated by Arkitip series. The latest addition? Rostarr. Known to the government as Romon Kimin Yang, the Korean born artist has become famous over the past 15 years for blurring effectively blurring the lines between fine art and graphic design. His signature is monochromatic fractal patterns. Think back to 7th grade geometry class and you’ll have a good idea of what I’m talking about here. The art looks good up close, but it’s when you look at it from a distance that it really starts to become alive. And now you can have a piece of what he calls the “Graphysics” shapes dancing on either an iPhone 4 Snap Case, an iPad Book Jacket, or a 15″ Sleeve for MacBook Pros. The graphics adorning this collection are based on a series of paintings inspired by the Tour de France and deal with the nature of competition between people, the energy and emotion of the race, and the reward at the end of it all.
Rostarr joins a long list of past Curated by Arkitip luminaries, including artists like Krink, Parra, HunterGatherer, Jose Parla, and Lance Mountain.You can order now at Incase’s online store.
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