Balazs Csizik

Balázs obtained his degree in Visual Communication (Budapest University of Technology and Economics).
Creating visual identities is a complex design process for him: he is always planning and executing creative concepts.
He is influenced by modern architecture, brutalism, and nature. He is always searching for the connections between urban and natural landscapes- especially those in Hungary.

In his series, he wanted to combine the visual languages of graphic design and photography. It is a study of the meeting points of constructivist and suprematist art. He found that these art compositions are reconstructable in a two dimensional graphic form.

Deconstruction

“Deconstruction” is a series that rebuilds my subjective vision and reality. This way, my architectural vision engages a new aesthetic with the occupation of space. “Deconstruction” is a way to reach a new balance; it is a way to reach aesthetic construction.

To view more of Balazs Csizik’s work please visit his website.



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At Aint-Bad we are dedicated to photography and printed matter. From our magazines to our artist monographs, the printed page is what we live for. Each month we will gather books that catch our eyes and build an online library with the hope to inspire and support fellow bookmakers out there.

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