Maldini Graphic Art

Maldini Graphic Art

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In this book are presented Maldini's graphic works created during 2000s. His first email works were made during the decade-long internet correspondence with the artist Dr.Agan. They were graphic art reactions to certain events that have attracted the attention of Maldini and the wider circle of artists who were involved in his internet communication. In his first series of works called "Parallels" Maldini analyzed some commonly known events in the world and at the local scene, which attracted public attention and especially the attention of a small circle of artists connected via the Internet.In 2009, Maldini has presented his graphic works made in the early 2000s at the exhibition "Micro interventions". The exhibited works were carying an individual, personal view of the author about the situation and conditions in the arts, especially in architecture. At the same time, they contained a strong reaction to certain events and phenomena in the world around us. In his graphic works Maldini presented series of small architectural interventions in the space, towns or imaginery places.In the year 2011 Maldini presented his new exhibition of his collection of works under the title "Architecture to take away". In this exhibition were presented his graphic studies of architectural space and people connected with it. The space of Maldini's design is the one "to take away", i. e. which can be stored inside a microchip usb memory card or stick placed in the palm of your hand. It can be experienced on a computer or on a paperback book.2013 Maldini hosted internet exhibition of his computer graphic works "Ars marginalis" (Marginal Arts). The exhibition showed the art and architecture that emerged out of the social context, created by the author who is not socially recognized nor understood. The book includes the following sections: "Maldini engaged artist", "Maldini lost art", "Hard colors of life", "Maldini and parallel worlds", "Maldini Kunstspiele", "Maldini and anti-art", "Maldini greeting cards", "Banana branding", "Maldini typography art", "Maldini web art", "Maldini microinterventions", "Maldini trash graphic arts", "Maldini mail art". In each chapter is presented one special aspect of Maldini's graphic art. The artist is presented by his works in the fields of engaged art in political and social terms, also as an illustrator of certain events that have attracted worldwide attention, via his graphical installations, as a different view of reality. In this book Maldini presents his inner parallel worlds, plays with art as an abstract concept, giving to readers his vision of "anti-art". In the chapter "Maldini greeting cards" he plays on designing the cards of the world known cities in a sarcastic way. In a separate chapter Maldini presents his imaginary advertising campaign "Banana branding" in which he makes fun of advertising design today and its impacts on individuals and even states. Maldini is also typographer - graphic designer of letters - in the chapter "Maldini - typographic art". In the section "Maldini web art" are presented his works in graphic media on the Internet. His "micro interventions" that were made in space and time are presented in the chapter "Maldini microinterventions". A separate chapter presents Maldini's "trash graphic art" and mail art, which has been made during the years of correspondence with numerous artists via email. In the chapter "Voices of Design" are presented a wide range of themes inspired by contemporary cultural events. In 500 pages this book gives to the readers in a straightforward, clear and detailed manner significant retrospection of recent Maldini's artistic activities. His works presented in the book were created using mshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 500 pages
  • 215.9 x 215.9 x 29.97mm
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1508685983
  • 9781508685982