illustration

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    National Food Flags

    Whybin/TBWA were commissioned to create this series of images showcasing a countries national flag composed of the foods and ingredients endemic to that particular country.  The collection forms part of a promotional drive for the 2009 Sydney International Food Festival and…

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    Origin Series

    Ninjabot, a design team hailing from Las Vegas, has created this awesome collection of prints telling the origin story of our favourite superheros in one simple and concise image.

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    Breaking Bad Posters

    With anticipation bordering on manic, Breaking Bad recently ended its five season run to critical acclaim and fan adulation. It was a fitting end to one of television’s greatest shows, a glorious culmination of plot and story and a cathartic goodbye…

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    Minimalist Movie Kits

    Alizée Lafon has simplified a list of classic movies and shows to a selection of items that express what each is about. Movies Hipster Kits is a showcase of just how important production design is to the telling of a story. It…

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    Super

    Liam Brazier’s Super illustrations are a cubist celebration of our modern, mythic superheros. The measured approach to the design allows the figure in each portrait to take shape from intersecting angles and lines as well as be differentiated through differing tones of…

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    Cars & Films

    Jesús Prudencio produced this clean, uncluttered homage to some of films most iconic vehicles. Cars & Films is a minimalist celebration that favours straightforward design with the goal to focus our attention on where it needs to be: the cars.…

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    Paris vs New York

    Drawing from his experience commuting between Paris and New York, talented art director and graphic designer Vahram Muratyan decided to illustrate the various differences between two of the world’s cultural touchstones. The series, entitled Paris vs New York: A Tally of…

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    Iconic Movie Shoes

    Who could forget Marty McFly’s awesome, futuristic Air Mags strapping themselves tightly to his feet in Back to the Future 2? Or Dorothy clicking her red ruby slippers together to return home to Kansas after a crazy, technicolour adventure? Another…

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    Minimalist Book Covers

    Most adult fantasy and science fiction novels are incredibly dense and intricate, featuring detailed worlds built from the ground up and compelling characters living in them. Talented graphic designer Nicolas Beaujouan took it upon himself to pare some of the most lauded…

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