We are the next-generation software developer and top-quality IT service solutions provider. We bring together technology, talent, innovation, and lots of imagination to go beyond our clients’ expectations.
Sounds serious? That’s why we’ve created the action in which there’s all about having fun! We want you to feel the spirit of Luxoft on your own.
“FREE TEE 4 IT” action revolves around one phrase: OPEN-MINDED ENGINEERING. That’s what defines us.
We defy conventions. We act with passion. We always look for new solutions. That’s what makes us one of the fastest-growing companies in the business.
We keep looking for new talents. If the idea of “open-minded engineering” suits you – join our team!
My goal was to create a conceptual artwork, but using bits and pieces.
Thinking of metaphors, I came up with the idea of showing a router as a futuristic temple. Nowadays we’re always looking for Wi-Fi, so it seemed funny to present this device as a shrine to venerate the Internet. My pic is surreal, but with lots of details in lights and fissures.
Dismantled characters make you see what’s inside.
“Stay Open” illustration talks about being unclosed, as an unfolded flower. Then everything is perceptible. Here you can see what constitutes the person: a nervous system (made of computer cables), brain, animal nature that comes out and interacts like the soul. All opened to exchange and create.
It's fascinating how IT engineering makes things useful.
So I visualized something complex and technological, like a blueprint of a computer and its inside. I combined it with elements depicting creative processes. At the beginning you can see sheets of paper and ideas, but finally a (paper) plane appears. It’s a metaphor for creative engineering.
Before designing I did some research on enterprises and problems that developers face with at work. But the idea was to make something less serious, with a little humor. So I represent the developer as a bug-tamer who struggles with bugaboos. My picture is stylized as a retro video game where the main character have to fight one main enemy.
I was inspired by the coat of arm esthetics. My design gathers some features and attributes of developers, their tools to fight bugs. This shield (or emblem) represents the community of creative people, strong and united. The future belongs to them, since they are responsible for developing extremely important things using new technologies.
Konrad Kirpluk is an illustrator specializing in vector graphics. His unique style has gained recognition among companies such as Nike, Adidas, Foot Locker, Microsoft, and Popular Mechanics Magazine.
I tried to illustrate the sentence “Think outside the box”.
It just came to me: the image of a superhero traveling through space and time with a super-knowledge of everything, a bit like Dr. Manhattan from “Watchmen”. I also liked the idea of “what’s inside the head” and put some materials inspired by hardware and coding to show the matrix.
A show of open-minded engineering for the fashion? Hard task!
I’ve decided to approach the issue with sense of fun and present how creative can be any use of programming or engineering – as it facilitates our daily life and noticeably works for us. I hit on an idea of the robot that executes the command and does something mundane – changing a bulb.
To make this illustration I drawn my inspiration from the classic figure of cyberpunk interface cowboy. My character rides a brain like a bull on a rodeo, but everything is cabled and connected with the cyberspace. This picture inspires to use intelligence and creativity without limits or boundaries, and run free!
I have always drawn women, for me they are like nymphs that personify creative and productive activities. They are often associated with Nature. I also use the duality of Human and Machine to show that open-minded engineering combines disparate elements. We need to stay open and be aware of the fact that tech progress creates a better world for all of us.
David Sossella is a graduate of the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice. In 2006 he became the head of the graphic unit and illustrator collaborating on animated series in the largest animation studio in Italy. Over the years he worked as an illustrator and exhibited a lot. His Behance profile is one of the most visited (almost 30,000 followers).
Dennis Schuster (DXTR) was born in Bielefeld, Germany. He started with painting graffiti. In 2005 he moved to Düsseldorf to study design at the University of Applied Sciences. Now DXTR is an artist and freelance illustrator. He lives in Berlin. Used to exhibit in Berlin, Hamburg, Washington, Detroit, Boston, New York, Vienna, Roma and Shanghai.
Juan Manuel Orozco aka JML2ART is a young designer and illustrator from Costa Rica. He grew up among crayons and brushes, but also all the geek and gamer stuff. His vector-style works are made with the great complexity and includes many details that are appreciated by viewers who observe the work around looking for the new opportunities.
Cristian Eres is an illustrator and visual artist. He lives in Valencia, Spain. Active member of the digital art collectives Depthcore and The Luminarium. His works are inspired by surrealism, nature and abstract sculpture. He adapts his style into illustrated typography, curious landscapes, depicting animals, portraits and any other content with success.
Konrad Kirpluk is an illustrator specializing in vector graphics. His unique style has gained recognition among companies such as Nike, Adidas, Foot Locker, Microsoft, and Popular Mechanics Magazine. Konrad has been rewarded in numerous exhibitions in Poland and abroad. He was also featured on the Adweek Magazine “Talent 100” list of creatives in 2012.
Marceau Truffaut is an illustrator and graphic designer. He lives in Lille, France. All his works are mainly done by hand and colored using Photoshop for limited screen printing. He likes to mix different patterns and symbols. Most of his illustrations are inspired by religion, old gravure, symbolism, sacred art, tattoo, metal music, and all that stuff.
Tomasz Guz comes from Silesia, Poland. He’s a self-taught designer and enthusiast for street art. In the beginning he took on photo manipulations. Then he decided to create vector graphics in graffiti style. Currently he works in an ad agency as a person responsible for web design – it became his passion. He’s also engaged in implementing such projects.
Sylvain Bousseton, aka Sinke, comes from Île-de-France. He used to go in for drawing, graffiti and graphic design. Not enough satisfied with his arts degree, he studied visual communication and worked for street-wear brands. Sinke paints, sculpts, and tries some abstract forms in urban space. Typography, drawing and calligraphy remain the core of his creations.