by Michail Desyllas
Michail Desyllas creates astonishing series of paintings, inspired by everyday experiences, anatomy, nature and his architectural projects. His limited-edition contemporary digital creations are a perfect match for the avant-garde design style of Sepanta, and we are proud to exhibit and offer them along with other Brand’s products and design services.
The current collection is available in 40×40 cm, 60x60cm and 80x80cm format and can be offered to the art lovers and collectors at their own rights; or to those who seek to complement Sepanta’s interior design spaces with these one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
Lead Designer at Zaha Hadid Architects inLondon, Michail Desyllas holds a Master Degree from Architectural Association School of Architecture, and graduated with a degree in Architecture RIBA I & II from the University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury.
“Art, Architecture and Design are fields that I have always been interested in. I started painting from an early age and during my high school years I majored in Art. Drawing, sketching and painting play a very significant role in my life, both professionally and personally… Art continues to dominate my life as a professional Architect. My artworks serve as an inspiration and experimentation for my architectural designs”, says Michail.
CANVAS / DIGITAL ARTWORKS
by Sergey Krupin (Grey Kru)
Inspired by the ideas of transhumanism and technological singularity, Grey Kru combines futuristic architecture, cultural trends, conceptual fashion, human body, and spiritual and subconscious states in a mixed media abstract universe based on Metamodern philosophy. Grey calls this Metafuturism.
Metafuturism is an attempt to find a new cultural reality, and a new way to look at the constantly changing world around. It is the symbiosis of the internal and the external worlds through the architectural experience which is reflected in Grey’s works as a new aesthetic of the future. Grey’s style reflects his international experience in architecture, interior and product design fields.
Abstract pictures are not figurative – they don’t give any particular answers on the depicted objects and thereby create a fascinating effect referencing the viewer to his own experience and causing unique sequence of interpretations in the future.
“The future is not something we enter. The future is something we create”, says Grey.
The current collection of Metafuturism is available as limited edition prints of 40×60 cm, 60×80 cm and 80×120 cm or as an NFT format and can be offered to the art lovers and collectors at their own rights. Contact us for more information.