Our friend Matt W. Moore recently reached out to us regarding news of his most recent project, a big collaboration with Hershey’s for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, which he says was “a very fun project.” In this project, Moore created a full series of olympic athlete vector illustrations. Peep some images and video after the jump.
New collection of 10 op-geo jacquard loom woven throw blankets designed by Matt W. Moore for home furnishings brand Core Deco. Timeless geometries inspired by textiles from around the world with modern Vectorfunk styling. Cozy on the couch, catching sun at the beach, or worn as a shawl, these throws are designed to catch attention and proudly crafted to last in USA.
SHADOVVS celebrates a new trajectory for American artist & designer Matt W. Moore. During a 2 month stay in Oakland, CA, and a 2 week residency within 886 Geary Gallery, Moore constructed a new body of work that fuses his bold, graphic, op-geo vocabulary with extruded mosaic forms that bring the works to life in three dimensions. The series is activated by the angle and intensity of the light source, be it a deliberate directional lamp, or the natural curve of each day’s sun cycle. Symmetries and depth are revealed in a spectrum of proportions, and color palettes are expanded upon, into numerous parallel hues revealed by the shadows.
We are back with the 16th instalment of our digital publication for your viewing pleasure featuring an all-star line up of features such as interviews from Bicicleta Sem Freio, Neist, Caleb Neelon, Chris Dyer, Christian Guemy, Matt W. Moore, Soten, Anthony Lister, Trav (MSK) and Ron English and an amazing recap of Art Basel Miami 2014 via Beast from Visual Orgasm. Click the image below or HERE to read.
Matt W. Moore has created an all new 100% custom typographic 2015 wall calendar with explorations for each month. The calendar dimensions are 11″ X 17″ opened with a nail hole punched and shipped flat. There’s also a “behind-the-layers” time-lapse animation of the artist working away at the project. Great images and video after the jump!