Beautiful illustrations: geometrical philosophy

April 11, 2012

Genis Carrerasis a London based graphic designer that has some very interesting work under his arm. In the midst of minimalistic suprematism (pun intended) in the design trends, he took a whole different direction. His focus is a fairly complex subject to take from a graphic point of view, even more in a minimalistic-geometric form. This particular project consists in a poster series that aims to represent philosophical theories / views through elemental shapes. It's a very interesting project considering the level of abstraction of the concepts and how they would translate as visual elements. Awesome work!

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