1. A home for Big Santa (Cover illustration for Big Issue magazine) (by tsevis)
Cover illustration for the Christmas 2013-2014 issue of Big Issue magazine. Big issue is a 22 years old initiative to offer homeless people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income. This holiday season I am very happy to help the Big Issue crew by creating the illustration for their cover. A big Santa made out of photos from the sellers of the magazine. If you are visiting London this holiday season please buy one. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (7233 x 8000 pixels = 24.1” x 26.7” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (58 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my Editorial Illustrations. Many thanks to Scott Mclean and everyone @ Big Issue. The actual cover:  Some details:

    A home for Big Santa (Cover illustration for Big Issue magazine) (by tsevis)

    Cover illustration for the Christmas 2013-2014 issue of Big Issue magazine. Big issue is a 22 years old initiative to offer homeless people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income. This holiday season I am very happy to help the Big Issue crew by creating the illustration for their cover. A big Santa made out of photos from the sellers of the magazine. If you are visiting London this holiday season please buy one.
    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (7233 x 8000 pixels = 24.1” x 26.7” @ 300 ppi)
    Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (58 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.
    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my Editorial Illustrations.
    Many thanks to Scott Mclean and everyone @ Big Issue.
    The actual cover:  photo Cover500.jpg
    Some details:
    A home for Big Santa photo SANTA_LAB2_Z1.jpg
    A home for Big Santa photo SANTA_LAB2_Z3.jpg
    A home for Big Santa photo SANTA_LAB2_Z2.jpg

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@tsevis στο Πανόραμα Design

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    @tsevis στο Πανόραμα Design

  3. Uhambe kakuhle Madiba!Farewell Nelson Mandela! 

    Uhambe kakuhle Madiba!
    Farewell Nelson Mandela! 

  4. Tim Cook: Don’t look back. (by tsevis)
Mosaic portrait of Tim Cook made out of Apple products launched after Steve Jobs passing. Created for a news magazine in 2012. Not published. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (10240 x 11776 pixels = 34.1” x 39.3” @ 300 ppi)Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (120 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.

    Tim Cook: Don’t look back. (by tsevis)

    Mosaic portrait of Tim Cook made out of Apple products launched after Steve Jobs passing. Created for a news magazine in 2012. Not published.

    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (10240 x 11776 pixels = 34.1” x 39.3” @ 300 ppi)
    Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (120 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.

    See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.

  5. Tim Cook: Looking forward. (by tsevis)
Mosaic portrait of Tim Cook made out of Apple products launched after Steve Jobs passing. Created for a news magazine in 2012. Not published. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (10240 x 11776 pixels = 34.1” x 39.3” @ 300 ppi)Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (120 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.

    Tim Cook: Looking forward. (by tsevis)

    Mosaic portrait of Tim Cook made out of Apple products launched after Steve Jobs passing. Created for a news magazine in 2012. Not published.

    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (10240 x 11776 pixels = 34.1” x 39.3” @ 300 ppi)
    Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (120 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.

    See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.

  6. Coco & Steve: Fashion meets Tech (for Front Row I/O) (by tsevis)
Portraits of Coco Chanel and Steve Jobs made out of wires and threads. Created for Front Row I/O promotional campaign. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (8500 x 10000 pixels = 228.3” x 33.3” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (78 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. Front Row I/O logotype by Claire Vincent. See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.Many thanks to Amalia Agathou and Jonas Altman.
 Some details:

    Coco & Steve: Fashion meets Tech (for Front Row I/O) (by tsevis)

    Portraits of Coco Chanel and Steve Jobs made out of wires and threads. Created for Front Row I/O promotional campaign.

    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (8500 x 10000 pixels = 228.3” x 33.3” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (78 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.
    Front Row I/O logotype by Claire Vincent.

    See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.

    Many thanks to Amalia Agathou and Jonas Altman.


    Some details:
    Coco & Steve for Front Row I/O photo CocoampSteveZ1.jpg

    Coco & Steve for Front Row I/O photo CocoampSteveZ3.jpg

    Coco & Steve for Front Row I/O photo CocoampSteveZ5.jpg

    Coco & Steve for Front Row I/O photo CocoampSteveZ6.jpg

    Coco & Steve for Front Row I/O photo CocoampSteveZ4.jpg

    Coco & Steve for Front Row I/O photo CocoampSteveZ2.jpg

  7. Nicholas Carr: The Reluctant Ludite (by tsevis)
Mosaic portrait of writer Nicholas G. Carr for the Darmouth College Alumni magazine. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (7926 x 9058 pixels = 26.4” x 30.2” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (78 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.Many thanks to Wendy McMillan. The actual layout with the illustration:  Some details:

    Nicholas Carr: The Reluctant Ludite (by tsevis)

    Mosaic portrait of writer Nicholas G. Carr for the Darmouth College Alumni magazine.

    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (7926 x 9058 pixels = 26.4” x 30.2” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (78 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.

    See all my Heroes of Silicon Valley.

    Many thanks to Wendy McMillan.

    The actual layout with the illustration:
    Nicholas Carr: The Reluctant Ludite photo DarmouthMagazine1Small.jpg
    Some details:
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    Nicholas Carr: The Reluctant Ludite photo Zoom1-7.jpg

  8. Falcao: El Tigre Colombiano! (by tsevis)
Some weeks ago I have been invited by one of my favorite footballers to create a portrait of his for the “Falcao Special issue” of CROMOS magazine in Colombia. A real honor! Gracias El Tigre!  Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (10229 x 12880 pixels = 34.1” x 42.9” @ 300 ppi)Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (131 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. The page on Cromos Magazine: Some details: See all my Sport Illustrations.Many thanks to Radamel Falcao Garcia, Jairo Duenas Villanil and of course Dario Forero.

    Falcao: El Tigre Colombiano! (by tsevis)

    Some weeks ago I have been invited by one of my favorite footballers to create a portrait of his for the “Falcao Special issue” of CROMOS magazine in Colombia. A real honor! Gracias El Tigre!

    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (10229 x 12880 pixels = 34.1” x 42.9” @ 300 ppi)
    Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (131 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.


    The page on Cromos Magazine:
    Falcao! photo BZ2Qn2XIcAAR9is500.jpg

    Some details:
    Falcao: El Tigre Colombiano! photo ElTigre_Falcao_Z1.jpg

    Falcao: El Tigre Colombiano! photo ElTigre_Falcao_Z2.jpg

    Falcao: El Tigre Colombiano! photo ElTigre_Falcao_Z3.jpg


    See all my Sport Illustrations.

    Many thanks to Radamel Falcao Garcia, Jairo Duenas Villanil and of course Dario Forero.


  9. The Football Colors (Grigoris Makos) (by tsevis)
A colorful portrait of Greek football player Grigoris Makos. A wedding gift for my cousins Athina and Grigoris. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (13836 x 12450 pixels = 46.1” x 41.5” @ 300 ppi)Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (172 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my Sport Illustrations.

    The Football Colors (Grigoris Makos) (by tsevis)

    A colorful portrait of Greek football player Grigoris Makos. A wedding gift for my cousins Athina and Grigoris.
    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (13836 x 12450 pixels = 46.1” x 41.5” @ 300 ppi)
    Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (172 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.

    See all my Sport Illustrations.

  10. Marissa Mayer: God, Family and Yahoo! (by tsevis)
A neofuturistic portrait of Marissa Mayer. Yahoo! is a real internet legend. For an early Internet user like me Yahoo! was the internet. I still remember 18 years ago when I was opening the Yahoo! frond page to find something interesting. Sometime I had to wait so much for the page to load that I was leaving my Mac to go and prepare a coffee. Since the 90s a lot of time passed and nothing is the same. Yahoo! is still one of the Internet leaders but everything else changed. I have also changed. I don’t think I could expect back then that I would collaborate with Yahoo! to create graphics for the coverage of the London 2012 Olympics. I couldn’t imagine when I was opening my Flickr account in the early 00s that today our beloved Flickr would be plenty of avatars that I have designed. I wanted to celebrate this collaboration with Yahoo!. I wanted to make something outside any professional collaboration. So I have decided to create this portrait of CEO Marissa Mayer in a colorful neo-futuristic style. Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (9216 x 11578 pixels = 30.7” x 38.6” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (107 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music. See all my London 2012 Olympic Games graphics for Yahoo or my Avatars for the new Flickr. Special thanks to everyone @ Yahoo!

    Marissa Mayer: God, Family and Yahoo! (by tsevis)

    A neofuturistic portrait of Marissa Mayer.

    Yahoo! is a real internet legend. For an early Internet user like me Yahoo! was the internet. I still remember 18 years ago when I was opening the Yahoo! frond page to find something interesting. Sometime I had to wait so much for the page to load that I was leaving my Mac to go and prepare a coffee. Since the 90s a lot of time passed and nothing is the same. Yahoo! is still one of the Internet leaders but everything else changed. I have also changed. I don’t think I could expect back then that I would collaborate with Yahoo! to create graphics for the coverage of the London 2012 Olympics. I couldn’t imagine when I was opening my Flickr account in the early 00s that today our beloved Flickr would be plenty of avatars that I have designed. I wanted to celebrate this collaboration with Yahoo!. I wanted to make something outside any professional collaboration. So I have decided to create this portrait of CEO Marissa Mayer in a colorful neo-futuristic style.

    Best viewed large. Attention: Big file. (9216 x 11578 pixels = 30.7” x 38.6” @ 300 ppi) Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (107 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt.

    Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.

    See all my London 2012 Olympic Games graphics for Yahoo or my Avatars for the new Flickr.
    Special thanks to everyone @ Yahoo!