Romain Trystram, an illustrator and art director based in Agadir, Morocco has a most extraordinary client list – Virgin Atlantic, Panasonic, Mercedes-Benz, Adobe, Siemens, Wired UK, Wetransfer. He designs stunning neon-lit cityscapes.
One of his famous projects is “Réflexions faites” (literally, “reflections made”) – widely covered by magazines and blogs – that provides beautiful glimpses of a large concrete and glass city. Romain depicts apartments, malls, offices, gas stations, trains, bridges and streets on a rainy night that gradually turns into a sunny morning.
The urban expanse is made up of architectural blocks that divide and isolate people but the overall atmosphere remains light and cheery despite the loneliness and the heavy demands of routine.
Take a look at the project below.
You can discover more on Romain Trystram’s pages on Behance (www.behance.net/laylow), My Portfolio (romaintrystram.myportfolio.com), Dribbble (dribbble.com/RomainTrystram) and LinkedIn (fr.linkedin.com/in/romain-trystram-948a5719).
Images used with permission.
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Beautiful, interesting, and creepy.
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