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This is pretty cool, i like how the person used half of the word to create a shadow. Shows a very clean artistic side.

This is pretty cool, i like how the person used half of the word to create a shadow. Shows a very clean artistic side. More / How you hide? Just hide in the word

By Eiko Ojala, an illustrator, graphic designer & art director based in Estonia. #art #DigitalArt

"Vertical Landscape" by Eiko Ojala. It looks like a paper landscape but the artist actually works digitally and hand-draws all the elements to look like they're cut out of people. (Hint: the shadows help!

Love the interaction of illustration and photography. Brings a youthful imaginary world quality to images.

I like how drawing and photography was used at the same time. Although this was tried a lot of times, the fact that both types (photography and pencil drawing) can be used helps widen the possibilities for a design.

15th Anti-Racism Festival poster by Unusual

The poster comments on the subject (racism) in a non-direct way, trying to invoke the reader visually into the inevitable conclusion. It has multiple reads, that provoke critical thinking and raise awareness on the subject and its results globally.

Illustration, graphic design and packaging for Shake my head on Behance by Rustam Usmanov Moscow, Russian Federation curated by Packaging Diva PD. Let's have a milkshake for the packaging smile file : )

Illustration, graphic design and packaging for Shake my head on Behance by Rustam Usmanov Moscow, Russian Federation curated by Packaging Diva PD. Let's have a milkshake for the packaging smile file : ) Más

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designer unknown- I think this is a beautiful design. I love the variation in the light size, it creates a nice flow from the top the bottom of the  piece. The biggest light is close to the middle, which draws the viewers attention to the center. The background is also a very dark navy, which complements the yellow.

Art Inspiration: Surreal Illustration by Tang Yau Hoo. This one really caught my eye. The use of negative space makes you think is this a city skyline.or just a bunch of hanging light bulbs?