Artworks created by Charis Tsevis are beyond what is ordinary, simply amazing.
Visual designer of Greek origin, Charis Tsevis is based in Athens. He serves global clients including Toyota, IKEA, Best Buys, TIME, Fortune, WIRED, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal and many more. His work has been awarded at Epica, NPSA and ED-Awards in the US and Europe. He holds 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 frequently contributes to prominent publications with articles on design theory, aesthetics and cyberculture.
A mosaic portrait of Graham Bell made out of hundreds of historic communication devices. Created for the Museum of Telecommunications of OTE (Greek Telecom) for the celebrating activities of the International Day of Communication and the International Day of the Museums.
Raila Odinga: A study for an African PM's portrait.
A mosaic portrait of Bill Gates made out of icons from Windows 1.0, 2.0, 3.1 and 95.
Mosaic illustration for EBAY.
Experimental mosaic portrait of a smiling Liberian girl. A work with stars and stripes and more traditional African colors.
Mosaic portrait of Charles Darwin to illustrate this article of TIME magazine.
A mosaic portrait for Barack Obama made out of his supporters.
5 mosaic portraits of ordinary people made out of thousands of IKEA products for the Swedish Summer and Autumn campaign of IKEA.
Illustration for the St.Valentine's special issue of Evening Standard magazine. A heart formed by the actual map of London area.