Kevin Niggeler : LIBER magazine #120 - The space of stories

Editorial

Commissioned | New Talent

Brief:
The article talks about the power of imagination and the relationship between reality and the dimension of reading. The illustrations represent this change of vision and the inner world of a reader while he/she starts reading a book.
Additional Information:
In the illustrations reality is “disturbed” by elements that create a sense of disorientation, of magic, reproducing that power of imagination of bringing into a different world. So, while the reality is a "closed" space, imagination is a savage, bigger space, and the two dimensions live together, one invading the other.

Social Media:
https://www.instagram.com/kevin_niggeler/

Personal Website:
https://www.kevinniggeler.com/
Agent Website:
http://www.phileasfoggagency.com/

College:
MiMaster - Master in Illustration

Biography:
Kevin Niggeler attended the European Institute of Design (IED) in Milan, where he graduated in Illustration in 2016. He creates bold and neat illustrations, capable of express concepts in a simple and captivating way. He worked with Donna Moderna, Liber, Interjet magazine and 37A magazine, among others.

Share