Ari is an artist and designer based in Boston, MA. We love his extraordinary works and get inspired from them. You can check his projects and works from his personal website.
He always re-appropriate different forms such as the human figure, geometric and organic shapes, and typography. As he states, he is continually searching for new and unique juxtapositions between shapes, colors, and patterns.
He is inspired from a wide range of sources; such as Japanese aesthetics, abstract painting, surrealism, and philosophy.
You can find our mini interview with him and his work routines. Enjoy!
What is your daily routine Ari? In which part of the day do you feel more productive?
I get up at 5:30 and take an hour bike ride. After that, I have breakfast, browse Feedly, and get to work. I tend to be more productive at the beginning and end of the day.
How do you get inspired?
I’m usually inspired by something I’ve read or by meditation.
Which softwares do you use while creating?
Cinema 4D, After Effects, Houdini, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Ableton Live.
Is your computer’s hardware enough to achieve your creative goals? What’s your computer hardware specs?
Yes but I’m always trying to test the limits of what’s possible. I got a new machine earlier this year… it’s got a Ryzen and 4 GTX cards so it’s been treating me well!
Which communities and platforms do you follow to stay up to date?
Behance, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.
Ari is one of the luckiest ones who can afford expensive workstations, but unfortunately it’s not same for all of us. Newest graphic cards and hardware means huge amount of money for creatives and it’s really hard to afford them. But, good news for the ones who wants to create creative projects like Ari!
vagon is here for you! You can run any challenger creative software on vagon with just a click. You don’t have to pay for an expensive computer, but you can run a high-performance one, from you low-end desktop’s browser.
We hope you enjoyed reading our mini interview with Ari, and it will continue!