Architectural drawings often evoke the image of boring blueprints, but these Kervin Brisseaux illustrations are more like a visual can of Red Bull. Looking as though they belong in the TRON franchise, each Brisseaux rendering features futuristic geometric shapes, neon colors and hyperactive lines that almost transmit energy into people looking at the images. Who would have thought architectural drawings can look like something straight out of a Daft Punk or Deadmau5 concert?
Kervin Brisseaux is a graduate of the Syracuse School of Architecture. Rather than using his skills to create buildings and monuments, Brisseaux’s current interest lies in illustrating these sorts of images that are surreal, superhero-like and make viewers hopeful for a badass tomorrow. Though Brisseaux is obviously a gifted visual artist, he maintains a humble attitude and openly says on his website that his mother, father and brother are all vastly more talented than he is.
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