Miklós Kiss is a designer, visual artist, winner of numerous international awards, and one of the most exciting and internationally well-known creators of the Emograms. The typical Emograms of Miklós render words in a creative way without text, in a universal emoji language. Skechers Street™ UNO—Stand on Air is
During the Hype&Hyper DIALOG thematic month, we spend a whole month searching for parallels and contrasts between the analog and digital worlds. Beyond exploring the current state of the fashion and art market, we have written about the world of analog fragrances. Now it’s time for illustrations!
The rising hype around NFT is fundamentally shaking up the established structures of the art world and the art dealing. The as-yet immature platform has seen renowned artists such as Damien Hirst, anonymous creators who became famous overnight, and a lot of visual rubbish for huge sums of money. But
A very exciting new chapter begins in the life of HYPEANDHYPER: in addition to the bilingual online magazine, the first printed, English-language HYPE publication will be published in May 2021. New format, new brand identity, new contents in the spirit of Eastern European identity: we talked to founder Gergely Fáy
Application to this year’s first ArtHungry call titled TypoHungry—Typography in Hungary in the XXI century has opened today, with the aim of finding the best Hungarian typographic works of the past twenty years. The projects selected by the professional jury will be published in a comprehensive album, which
Strong contrasts and French elegance in a typeface: to the delight of typography fans, here’s the new characteristic kissmiklos typeface, the Masqué.
The unique Masqué typeface was inspired by the iconic Didot font named after the famous French printer and type founder Didot family. Even though Miklós Kiss has
Miklós Kiss’s emograms bordering between visual art and design were showcased in China this time, in the city of Chongqing. Evocative of the circle of life, the installation aims to cheer us up after the pandemic.
The emograms created by Miklós Kiss have come a long way. In 2019,
The machines first roared up in the roastery of Roastopus
[https://roastopus.com/] in Kaposvár in January, 2019. Balázs Bakos started the
business as a building engineer designer: he was driven by his passion for and
curiosity about coffee, and probably he also needed a huge batch of willingness
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.