Théâtre l'Echangeur Bagnolet on Behance

Théâtre l'Echangeur Bagnolet on Behance The over sized letters along with other parts being under sized make for a unique style. Not using serifs also means that this can be used in a wider range of areas.

New Editorial Illustrations Incorporating Cut Paper Textures and Shadows by Eiko Ojala:

New Editorial Illustrations Incorporating Cut Paper Textures and Shadows by Eiko Ojala awesome wall art illustration style

Call me if you need me, Raymond Carver

Milan-based illustrator Alessandro Gottardo, also known as ‘SHOUT’, has a knack for creating surreal, illustrated works.

Bronx Zoo, uses cut-outs and textures that already existed for signage to find animals. I especially love the zebra.

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great use of positive and negative space! Bronx Zoo, uses cut-outs and textures that already existed for signage to find animals. I especially love the zebra.

Realmente nos tiene cautivados el estilo folk de la ilustradora Anna Kovecses. Nos recuerda inmediatamente por sus paletas de colores y estilo a muchos artistas chechos y polacos. Pero no sólo es una estupenda artista, tambien es una maravillosa diseñadora gráfica como bien podéis ver en su Behance. We really love the illustration style and folkiness of the work of Anna Kovecses. Reminds me quite a bit of various Czech and Polish artists with her wonderful successful color palettes. But…

n each city, we have a devoted local community that visit our portals regularly to find out about their local events. We generate millions of page views on our portals and through our partner sites and social media channels in the process.

Panos Tsagaris, September 12 2001,gold leaf on archival inkjet print, 150 x 90 cm, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Kalfayan Galleries, Athens-Thessaloniki.

Panos Tsagaris: From Something Less to Something More

Panos Tsagaris, September 12 2001 // gold leaf on archival inkjet print, 150 x 90 cm, Courtesy of the artist and Kalfayan Galleries, Athens-Thessaloniki.

Clever illustrations by Eiko Ojala which resemble three dimensional papercuts.

I really like how it also looks like echoes in the head/ body. It uses repetition with the "waves" or lines that are created in this person's head and mind.

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