Editorial Mosaic Illustrations by Charis Tsevis

Editorial Mosaic Illustrations by Charis Tsevis


 

Charis Tsevis is a visual designer living and working in Greece. Has a Diploma of Graphic Design from the Akademie fur das Grafishe Gewerbe, Munchen and a Master in Visual Design from the Scuola Politecnica di Design, Milano. He has been awarded in ED Awards (Europe), Epica Awards (Europe), NPSA (USA), EBGE (Greece) etc, he is also a columnist, a teacher, a founder member of Visual Communication Designers’ Club (vcdc) in Greece, a regular member of the Greek Graphic Design Association (GGDA) and a regular member of ATypI (Association Typographique International). He belongs to the Parachute Fonts circle of type designers since the year 2001 having designed 10 typefaces. His PF Libera is one of the top-selling script typefaces in Greece and has been awarded with an EBGE merit (Greek Graphic Design Awards) in 2002. Charis has written two books about Adobe Photoshop published by Lambrakis Press in Greece. These two books are the absolute best sellers for Adobe Photoshop in Greece.

Charis passion is mosaic illustrations where he is absolutely the best. I have featured articles on Charis again in the past, but today I made a (very) small collection from his best mosaic Illustrations he designed for editorial use.

You can visit Charis at his website or flickr account to view more amazing mosaics. Enjoy below his latest artworks (first 3) along with some of his best !

 

Hugh Laurie: The House …of pills [1]

Hugh Laurie: The House ...of pills (for TV Guide) Mosaic portrait of Hugh Laurie for the cover of TV GUIDE Magazine (USA).

 

 

 

Hugh Laurie: The House …of pills [2]

Hugh Laurie: The House ...of pills

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Shaquille O’Neal: Most Creative People 2012

Portrait of Shaquille O’Neal for Fast Company’s Most Creative People 2012 made out of the brands and the products he is promoting.

Shaquille O'Neal: Most Creative People 2012 Portrait of Shaquille O'Neal for Fast Company's Most Creative People 2012 made out of the brands and the products he is promoting.

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I Like Facebook

I Like Facebook

 

 

London: The Capital of Romance

Illustration for the St.Valentine's special issue of Evening Standard magazine. A heart formed by the actual map of London area.

 

 

Shama Kabani: The Zen of Social

Media Mosaic portrait of Social Media guru and author of the book The Zen of Social Media marketing Shama Kabani for Exhibitor magazine.

 

 

iPad girl

(publishing and new media). Illustration for an article about the future of publishing (online magazine, newpapers apps, ebooks, iPad, tablet PCs, smart phones etc) on RAM magazine.

 

Sports Illustrated: The Fan Issue A mosaic foam finger made out of hundreds of young fans for the cover of Sports Illustrated Kids

 

The actual cover of Sports Illustrated Kids

 

 

Video card

An old illustration for an article about video cards (or something like this) in RAM magazine.

 

 

The HOT 100

for Billboard magazine Illustration for the 50th anniversary of Billboard magazine.

 

 

iPhone DNA for Fortune magazine

iPhone DNA for Fortune magazine  Mosaic illustration for an article about the Apple iPhone DNA in Fortune magazine.

Mosaic illustration for an article about the Apple iPhone DNA in Fortune magazine.

 

 

Anti-Spam filter

Illustration for an article about anti-spam software and services for the greek computer magazine "RAM".

 

 

Twit… Twit… Twitter

(Illustration for RAM magazine) Mosaic illustration made by Tsevis Visual Design for an article about Twitter for the Greek best selling computer magazine "RAM".

 

 

Yvette Jarvis: Black Magic Woman

Mosaic portrait of Yvette Jarvis for the Greek newspaper Weekend Xpress.

 

 

eDemocracy

This was made to illustrate an article about eGovernment and ePolitics.

 

Other articles on Charis Tsevis Illustrations are:

Gadgets, Games, Robots and the Digital World | 6 Amazing Illustrations by Charis Tsevis
This is what I call Awesome Colorful Illustration !!!
Illustrate London: The Capital of Romance

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