Making the complex beautiful. It’s more or less as simple as that. Child of the eighties Liam Brazier‘s idiosyncratic style of geometric masterpieces encapsulate the accent of his generation; ie Star Wars, Marvel and cool shit.
Surprisingly, when Brazier first started dabbling in the geometry ten years ago it developed out of method; obsessively scalping out tiny triangles of different colored paper and spray-mounting them onto board – a painfully lengthy process, no doubt. These days, Mssr’s Apple & Adobe have aided simplification of the process, enabling Brazier to draw and colour each shape in Photoshop.
But he’s far from a one trick pony, both an animator and an illustrator, he’s had work appear in Dazed & Confused, Creative Review, Design Week, Glastonbury, the Museum of London, London tube platforms, international film festivals, Virgin TV, and nationwide cinemas. Check out his showreel below…