Thin black lines trend Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Thin Black Lines, Revisited.

As it's been nearly 5 years since I first wrote about my love for thin black lines, I thought it would be fun to revisit this topic after all this time. It's so easy to forget that something as simple as a line can be so powerful and...
Installation Art by Damien Gilley | Yellowtrace

Installations of Imaginary Architecture by Damien Gilley.

Portland-based artist Damien Gilley creates optical illusions that explore imaginary architecture from strips of coloured tape. His large-scale site-specific complex works are executed through drawing and sculptural practices. His...
Surreal Distorted Reality by Photographer Erik Johansson | Yellowtrace

Surreal Distorted Reality by Photographer Erik Johansson.

As a professional still-life photographer and digital artist from Sweden, Erik Johansson has worked with brands such as adobe, google, microsoft, volvo, and national geographic — but the artist is also praised for his mind-bending...
Steel Curtain Installations by Daniel Steegmann Mangrane | Yellowtrace

Steel Curtain Installations by Daniel Steegmann Mangrane.

Daniel Steegmann Mangrane's art practice covers various media. Although mainly conceptually informed, his installations engage the imagination of the spectator and attempt to articulating unstable meaning. His work develops thematically,...
Experimental Photographic Works by Christine Erhard | Yellowtrace

Experimental Anamorphic Photography by Christine Erhard.

German artist Christine Erhard's experimental photographic works evolve out of a sculptural process in her studio - first the object is constructed from cardboard models and everyday items, and then photographed. The conceptual drive for...
Made In:side by Igor Eskinja FL Gallery | Yellowtrace

Made In:side // Tape Art Series by Igor Eškinja.

Made In:side is a photography series by Croatian artist Igor Eškinja. These strikingly simple and captivating images depict graphics of cardboard-box sculptures and three-point perspectives projected onto an interior space. I've always...