Emma and Stephane are Differantly (DFT for short). Through their simple, minimalist work they’ve carved themselves a niche in the art world; creating projects with one line.
Starting with illustration and moving into sculpture, DFT’s art is meticulously crafted. You cannot simply put a pen to a page and make up a one-line drawing as you go. Each piece is planned carefully and rehearsed until the perfect take comes about, meaning there’s at least a small mountain of scrunched-up paper in the French duo’s studio.
Explore notions of permanence and the importance of learning from your mistakes, Differantly has been creating beautiful, minimalistic artworks with single lines.
There’s a message hidden in these works. Time, and life, flows in a single direction and our mistakes aren’t something we can take back. Using a single, continuous line grounds DFT’s art in this reality.
View more of Differantly’s works below, and be sure to head to their website for more information.
Hope you guys had sweet vacation. We had not. But we had fun, though. For the first time, we worked on creating one line sculptures. Large ones. Way too large. We tried several materials, made a few prototypes and cried a bit. If everything goes well, they should invade the streets of Berlin next spring. Here is one of the real size guides we made in our studio. Did we mention this is one of the smallest pieces ? ? Ps : if you are a sculptor /plastic /macgyver artist in Berlin/Paris and would like to be part of this project, send us an email ! #oneline #continuousline #art #design #minimal #contemporaryart #giraffe
Hey ! We kept drawing the animal wishes you folks kindly submitted a while ago. @kaysiew, here is your moose. And @damienne74, your kangaroo (ok, we cheated a bit, we had already done this one). Wanna make our lazy asses work more during holidays ? Just add your animal wish below. ❤️ #oneline #continuousline #drawing #illustrationart #sketchbook #animal #design #minimal #moose #kangaroo