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Tag "Graphic Design"

I just want to write a little update. I may not have been updating my blog or Instagram for some time now, but I have never stopped collecting things that inspire me.

It is still a dream of me to make this blog a success and do what love the most, creating and exploring things. It would be a shame to let this blog go to waste, so I am planning on picking it up again.

Over the coming period, I am going to develop a plan on how to move forward and make this dream of mine come true.


I am very excited to get started again!


Stay creative!



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Photographer and graphic designer Dan Mountford made this amazing series of double exposure portraits. These pictures look just amazing. I find them every inspiring and I think this is a very interesting technique to play with.

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Gianpaolo Tucci creates new geometrical shapes with the ancient triangle symbols of the four elements. I love those impossible geometrical shapes, and the way he combines these shapes with photography is very interesting.

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This project by artist Dan Catterman, Paris, France, is a combination of illustrations, graphic design, fine arts, and some photography. I really like the idea of combining a lot of different things in one; it’s messy, yet very organized. Artist Dan Catterman-lines-graphic design-illustration-fine arts-digital art_1

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This is another digital art project by graphic designer Tobias van Schneider. I just love the feel and concept of this project.

“There was no Child, there was no Mother, There was no Change, there was no Other”.

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This is a very cool stationary design by Bureau Rabensteiner made for their client N. Daniels, a rep and photo producer. The identity design is simple and is printed with this very cool thermo sensitive ink.  The black colour of the varnish fades at body temperature – as soon as you hold it in your hands you literally produce an image by yourself. The business cards are little Polaroid’s with a constantly changing surface.

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Sometimes you just have to get away from the computer and make something with your hands.

Aaron von Freter is this American Graphic Designer, who is designing graphics for the clothing industry. For this T-Shirt printing project he uses traditional rubber stamps and screen print ink. I like the idea that with this technique every print will be unique and it gives it a vintage feel to it.

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