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I found that I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.

This quote by the American painter Georgia O’Keeffe fully describes the feelings of every artist when it comes to give a visual interpretation of a specific subject. This is what Camilla Falsini, Joys and Frank did with Budapest for Astoria, designing some graphics for the #StreetsOfBudapest project.

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Everything would be nicer if we could live in the fairy world designed by Camilla Falsini. Dragons, castles and ancient legends are just some of the elements that can be found in her piece of art, coherently with her typical artistic sign and with the Hungarian capital. She also pays a tribute to the Fisherman’s Bastion (“Halászbástya” in Hungarian language) located on the hill near to the Buda Castle.

Social_grafica_Budapest_JoysAn opposite approach was adopted by Joys, far less fantasy and much more rational. Coherently with his signature stroke, he conceived a geometrical graphics, making a vivid reference to the Hungarian flag through the color. Indeed, red, white and green lines are tangled in a unique pattern that make you keep looking.

Social_grafica_Budapest_FrankHot water and steam are the center of Frank’s work of art, which is inspired by Budapest thermal baths, one of the town most important elements of interest. Celts, Romans and then even the Turks have been using these natural warm spring waters as baths, healing waters and drinks. The connection to the world of coffee is not hard to make, since without a good quality water you will never have any chance to serve an excellent coffee.

Stay tuned to discover the next graphics of the #StreetsOfBudapest project!