Julia Fukiet
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Everyone loves free stuff, and art lovers are no different. So it is with great pleasure that we can announce that the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) has decided to give us all the free things by opting to provide us with free, downloadable versions of Art of the Poster 1880-1918, a curated...

Everyone loves free stuff, and art lovers are no different. So it is with great pleasure that we can announce that the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) has decided to give us all the free things by opting to provide us with free, downloadable versions of Art of the Poster 1880-1918, a curated...

Penso que por vezes a simplicidade ganha contra ilustrações mais elaboradas. A meu ver, é muito mais interessante apenas uma linha dar a sensação de algo e falar por si só do que algo super realista.

One line - Animal logos on Behance by Differantly Studios. They have a set of one line sea creatures as well. I especially like the animals with implied motion.

Frank Stella | Had Gadya: Back Cover (1982-84) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Artwork by Frank Stella, BACK COVER, Made of Lithograph, linoleum cut and screenprint in colors, with hand-coloring and collage

Frank Stella (born 1936); Sinjerli Variations;

Artwork by Frank Stella, 6 works, Sinjerli Variations, Made of ffset lithographs and screenprints in colors on Arches Cover paper

"Harran II" (1967). Credit 2015 Frank Stella/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New…

Frank Stella — Harran II, Painting: Polymer and fluorescent polymer paint on canvas, 10 x 20 feet. Guggenheim, New York. “In the late and early Frank Stella broke the stronghold of.

White October – corporate identity. The mark, intended to be both flexible and playful, is derived from an isometric grid which forms the letter ‘W’. This structure allows for limitless variations of the logo – sometimes bright and vibrant, at other times retained and monochromatic.

The mark, intended to be both flexible and playful, is derived from an isometric grid which forms the letter ‘W’. This structure allows for limitless variations of the logo – sometimes bright and vibrant, at other times