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Iconic Houses by Matteo Muci

Iconic Houses by Matteo Muci

Iconic Houses by Italian graphic designer Matteo Muci is a two-minute animation showing some of the most iconic masterpieces of modern architecture.

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Geoff McFetridge / Meditallucination

Geoff McFetridge: Meditallucination

Geoff McFetridge is an LA-based artist who works across a great variety of media including graphic design, illustration and animation. V1 Gallery in Copenhagen is displaying some of his work, one of the the most iconic graphic designs of the last decades.

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Pietari Posti’s Illustrations

Illustrations for SHOP guides worldwide

Illustrations for SHOP guides worldwide

The work of Finnish artist Pietari Posti is truly stunning. His portfolio includes illustrations filled with vibrant colors and incredible patterns.

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Archicine by Federico Babina

Rear window directed by alfred hitchcock

Rear window directed by alfred hitchcock

In his series “archicine”, artist Federico Babina illustrates iconic film buildings. Inspired by landmark constructions from some of our favorite films, he redesigned them into the central focus of beautiful movie posters.

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Chris LaBrooy’s Auto Aerobics

Chris LaBrooy aerobics Autos

The Auto Aerobics by UK-based artist Chris LaBrooy are surreal Illustrations of Distorted and Interlocked Classic Cars. The cars are stretched into hollowed-out boxy forms and appear in an interlocking arrangements.

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18-3224 Radiant Orchid: Pantone Color of the Year 2014

Pantone Color othe Year 2014

Pantone Color othe Year 2014

Pantone has recently announced their selection for 2014’s Color of the Year: PANTONE 18-3224, or better known as Radiant Orchid. Out with the 2013’s emerald, in with the purple. Pantone says Radiant Orchid “encourages expanded creativity and originality”.

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The History of Typography

Animated history of typography

Animated history of typography

Barrett-Forrest used traditional stop-motion techniques to illustrate how printed type came to be and how it has evolved. Starting in the fifteenth century with Johannes Gutenberg’s Blackletter font, The History of Typography charts the major innovations in font design up to the present day.

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Evolution of Bicycles

The Evolution of Bicycles by Pop Chart Lab

The Evolution of Bicycles by Pop Chart Lab

This is another great poster by Brooklyn based Pop Chart Lab. The graphic represent an evolutionary tree with over 75 different bikes ranging from 1780 to modern day in their new illustration.

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Andy Gilmore hypnotizing artwork

The Nebula Series by Andy Gilmore

The Nebula Series

I’ve been a long time fan of Andy Gilmore’s kaledscopic illustrations. The Rochester-based artist creation process is heavily influenced by patterns he encounters in nature as well as music.

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The 100 People statistics as an infographic by Jack Hagley

The World as 100 People

The World as 100 People

This infographic was inspired  by The 100 People statistics project that shows what the world would be like with 100 people.

The following statistics were first published in 1992 by the Retired Peace Corps Volunteers of Madison Wisconsin in a curriculum entitled “Unheard Voices: Celebrating Cultures From the Developing World”. Shortly thereafter the statistics appeared as an email that continues to be circulated and viewed by millions of people around the world.

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