Design + Motion

Melt Yourself Down – 100% Yes

Album Artwork for Melt Yourself Down – 100% Yes. Due for release 27th March 2020.

OneTenEleven was commissioned by Blackstar London & Decca Records to design the double vinyl album sleeve.

The cover illustration was supplied by Canadian artist, Queen of the double eyes Alex Garant

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The concept of Cyberia is “the Unknown Territories Shaped by the Digital Ethnos”. This, “Ethnos” refers to the generation of digital people that are changing our world, and continuing to influence our culture. As our world becomes increasingly digital, it ultimately transforms to become a ‘Cyberia’.




Digital Decade Exhibition @ Ugly Duck

Anna Neklesa

Aristarkh Chernyshev LOADING 2007 – Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966) at the Whitechapel Gallery opens on 29 January to show the impact of computers and internet technologies on contemporary art. The exhibition brings together over 100 works including film, photography, interactive works, painting and drawing by over 70 artists. Arranged in reverse chronological order, the exhibition begins with works made at the arrival of the new millennium, and ends with artefacts from Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T), an iconic, artistic moment that took place in 1966. Highlights include: Internet Dream (1994) by Nam June Paik, ‘the father of video art’ – a video-wall of 52 monitors displaying electronically-processed images; New large-scale works by Douglas Coupland, author of ‘Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture’, on show in the UK for the first time; Photographs from Amalia Ulman’s Instagram based selfie project Excellences & Perfections; and a wall covered in an image by artist Constant Dullaart of Jennifer in Paradise, the first picture ever to be manipulated using Photoshop (Taken by one of the creators of Photoshop on holiday in the 80s, it depicts his girlfriend on a tropical beach).

Daniel Armengol Altayó

Egor Kraft


Melanie Courtinat

Salome Chatriot

Designcollector Network Presents Innovative Exhibition of Digital Art in London
“Digital Decade 5: Cyberia” takes place at Ugly Duck from 25-27 August 2017
47-49 Tanner Street, London, SE1 3PL

DesignCollector Network (curator, Arseny Vesnin) presents an innovative exhibition exploring
the intersections digital and physical forms (“phygital”) in art as part of the annual event Digital
Decade, featuring 50 emerging artists working in the field of digital art. This year’s theme of
“Cyberia” encourages artists to reflect on the concept of the newborn digital-native that is
changing our common value systems.

The Digital Decade collaboration and exhibition now in its fourth year, has run successfully each
year since 2013. Curated by DCN and partners, the first round of Digital Decade consists of
online Open Calls where selected artists are featured in the exhibition in London.

For 2017, the 5th Edition of “Digital Decade”, DCN teamed up with the leading creative
platforms Ello Network and Curioos to bring 35 digital artists together engaged in creating print
artworks to take a part in a London exhibition. One third of these artists made a cut from a huge
shortlist selected by the prominent Jury during “Ello x Digital Decade” Open Call. Another
addition to upcoming event is a new challenge made together with Sedition Art Platform that will
feature the work of selected video artists. Also a number of interactive, phygital and VR artists to
join the exhibition to create an immersive atmosphere.

The concept of Cyberia is “the unknown territories: shaped by the digital ethnos”. This, “ethnos”
refers to the generation of digital people that are changing our world, and continuing to influence
our culture. As our world becomes increasingly digital, it ultimately transforms to become a

The exhibition takes place over three days in August, at Ugly Duck on Tanner st in London. For
this new creative season Ugly Duck has chosen the theme Real/Virtual and “Digital Decade 5:
Cyberia” was happy to won their venue grant earlier this year. Exhibition invites visitors and
artists into a visual dialogue on geopolitical, environmental, social and even interstellar changes
taking place in our world with digital art and technology. Event will feature VR, Print, Phygital
and Interactive installations as well as Creative Talks from industry leaders.
Event RSVP:

Opening Night Registration
25 August: 6PM – 10PM: Opening Night, Free entrance, Bar, DJ set, Artists at presence
26 August: 12 – 8PM: Full Show + Creative Talks: Studio BLUP; Radim Malinic; Chris Labrooy
27 August: 12 – 4PM : Closing Day

Partners and Organiser of Digital Decade 5: Cyberia
DesignCollector Network – Curator and Organiser: Arseny Vesnin
DesignCollector Network (DCN) is an online media platform for exploring the best of visual
media arts and design since 2003. Founded and edited by Arseny Vesnin, DCN has become a
leading online media outlet exploring the rapidly changing world of new media art, design and
creative disciplines.

Ello – Main Sponsor and Partner
Ello is The Creators Network, a socially-powered publishing and collaboration platform supporting a
global community of artists. Founded in 2013 by a small group of art & design professionals, Ello
provides a creative oasis for artists and their fans while empowering artist x brand collaboration via
our Artist Invites program.

Ugly Duck – Venue Granter
Ugly Duck Ugly Duck is a London Based social enterprise that revitalises empty and underused
buildings, and open them up for creative uses. Ugly Duck has also been used as unusual
locations for films, photoshoots, and events. The Digital Decade 5beria exhibition will be held at
Ugly Duck’s location in Bermondsey at 49 Tanner St, London, SE1 3PL, UK.

Sedition Art – Video Art Partner
Delivering Video Art challenge and showcasing selected artists on “Sedition digital Frames” at
Digital Decade 5. Sedition Art is the world’s leading online platform for artists to display and sell
their art in digital format for connected screens and devices. Sedition offers everyone an easy,
enjoyable and social way to experience art-collecting at affordable prices. The company was
founded by Harry Blain, the owner of Blain|Southern. The mission of Sedition is to change the
art world by introducing a marketplace for collecting and trading art in the digital age.

Curioos – Print Art Partner
Designcollector is proud to have Curioos as a retail partner. They are printing all artworks for
Digital Decade 5. Curioos is a curated marketplace of lifestyle products designed by
independent artists. It’s the one-destination for graphic artists to profit from their creativity by
selling their artworks on high-quality, everyday products such as wall art, apparel and

Virtually Mine – VR Art Partner
London based virtual reality hire and services company offering vr solutions worldwide. Virtually
Mine provides VR Equipment and curates 2 VR Artists for Digital Decade 5.
LUWA – Event Organisation Partner –
London-based Young Architects are helping with venue design and installation second year in a
row. Literally exhibition won’t happen without them.

For more information, please contact:
Arseny Vesnin, curator

Press release provided by Alex Cordier who has a passion for travel, contemporary art ,
technology and digital media.

Enhanced Human

Artwork for Digital Decade V – Cyberia is now online. To be featured at the exhibition 25th – 27th August 2017 @ Ugly Duck, London.

Further details of the exhibition can be found here:

Created with Cinema4D & X-Particles and rendered with Cycles4D.

Fine art, aluminium, canvas & acrylic prints are available now from Curioos.



The Amazons

A collaboration with photographer Matt Goff for The Amazons self-titled debut album, scheduled for release on 2nd June 2017.

Fiction Records approached me with an image of the van on a hill overlooking Reading shot by Matt Goff, reference imagery was supplied and the brief was to set the van on fire!

The fire and smoke was achieved layering up a combination of Photoshop brushes and stock images, around 450 layers in total. The van was scorched using the Photoshop burn tool. Photo filters, grain, blur and distortion were added to give the image an extra sense of realism.

The album artwork has had a great response so far on social media. Sorry to the fans if the illusion has been shattered, but no van’s were harmed in the creation of the artwork.



Digital Decade IV

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We live in the age of ecological downshift as a matter of economical and political crisis on the Earth. The only planet we have that we must not take for granted. There is literally No Planet B. The idea is to bring attention to the problems our planet is currently facing – economic, environmental, political – and what our world would look like without them.

DesigncollectorYouth WorldWide & Curioos invited 25 Selected Artists to imagine our Planet without anything like..

The London Event in July ’16 presented by Youth WorldWide, Curioos, So!Fraiche, ToAndTO and Designcollector.
Sponsored by Depositphotos and exhibited at the Underdog Art Gallery “The Digital Decade IV” the fourth large scale event by Design Collector.



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I am honoured to announce I won second place in The Digital Decade II competition. The competition was hosted by Design Collector, OFFFSPB & Deposit Photos.

Judging was undertaken by illustrator Sara Blake, OFFF Founder Hector Ayuso & Creative Director at Fantasy Interactive Claudio Guglieri.

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Memories Book Preview


Memories team member Rishi Sodha has created a special edition of the Memories book. Using the stories and images we have in so far, he has assembled a prototype of Memories with an incredible faux leather embossed cover, and bound it by hand. Pushing his layout skills to the max and printing it on a luscious, pulpy paper stock, he’s created a marvellous object and shown just how awesome the images our artists have created will look in print.

Unfortunately, this wondrous creation won’t be available to buy, however we are moving on with the final version with the aim to make as much as we can for Maggie’s Cancer Care Centres. The prototype has given us loads of printing and layout ideas to hopefully apply in the on-sale version of the book.

Keep track of the project over at

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OFFF2010 Catalogue Submission

I am proud to show you my OFFF2010 Catalogue submission inspired by the theme ‘Nostalgia For A Past Future’.

My submission made it into the OFFF2010 Catalogue, which was available at the venue La Grande Halle de la Villette in Paris.

The catalogues features artists from the OFFF2010 event including loopita, openroom and guest artists selected from submissions.

Font Aid IV: A Call to Action

Font Aid IV: Coming Together, a Collaborative Typeface

The Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA) is announcing the launch of Font Aid IV, a project uniting the typographic and design communities in raising funds to expedite relief efforts in Haiti. Everyone is encouraged to help the cause by spreading the word to friends and colleagues.

Type designers, graphic designers and other artists from around the world are invited to contribute artwork to be included in a typeface created exclusively for the Font Aid IV effort. The theme of Font Aid IV is ‘Coming Together’ which we will represented though a font consisting entirely of ampersands. Coming Together will be made available for sale, with all proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders. SOTA, a US-based non-profit, is acting as a non-partisan organizing body to help coordinate the effort and ensure all funds are distributed appropriately.

Bellow is my ampersand icon submission.

MadeinBunch “Bastardised”


I am proud to say my Made in Bunch entry has been selected for publishing.

The hardback, 208 page book was printed in Croatia by Kratis, with paper by Igepa and was self published by Bunch.

The book showcases the wealth of creativity, beauty and humour found within 289 of the Bunchisms specially selected from 750 contributions.

For further information see: