The work of artist Charis Tsevis is extremely eye-catching. Targeting a world full of techies, he creates his illustrations using colorful electronic wires, which are more often found connected to computers than arranged on a canvas. Although he has centered his art around technology numerous times, this series is particularly fluid.
An award winning visual designer living and working in Athens, Greece, artist Charis Tsevis' latest wired works were created for five separate clients: The Reggae Hall of Fame, Harrison & Star, IBM Brazil, Wall Street Journal and Front Row I/O. He writes, "All of them have to do with the relationship between the network and the human body and spirit. Even the lion one is mainly metaphoric."