Combining traditional with new media and inspired by both the natural world and the rapidly advancing technologies that permeate our lives, we’ve worked on wide variety of mediums and foundations. Paintings, illustrations, murals, sculptures, multimedia, space design (for exhibitions & events) and any combo one could imagine. Check out the portfolio of our art director Siori Kitajima for visual examples.
Infographics, info-sculpture, and interactive data visualization. Working with numbers is a passion of PatternBased Art. Expressing data effectively can show us different angles to understand our world, and data visualization is a way to make the numbers a story. We often have multiple data visualization projects on-going, and are always looking for opportunities to collaborate with talented researchers for meaningful projects. For an example, check Siori’s original piece ‘Sunlight, Fatness and Happiness’ (shortlisted for a worldwide Information is Beautiful Award).
The difference between art and design for us is the intention and purpose of the project. Where the piece attempts to guide the viewers/users’ specific actions or emotions, we’d call the process design, while art is wide open. We’ve served for countless projects of editorial design (books), UX/UI Design (websites / apps), merchandise design, and product design with our collaborators and clients. Request access to our private design portfolio from the contact page.