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Chungkong

Super Mario Ice Pops

To refresh the mind during the summer Chungkong has created a fun series of posters inspired by the world ice games video of the famous plumber Mario.

Fuckilarious Bullshit on Behance

Some briliant fuckilarious bullshit we have recieved from some lovely clients over the years.

Rap Posters – Fubiz™

Rap Posters

Rap Posters – Fubiz™

Think Invisible, Negative Space Posters by Adri Bodor and Mark Szulyovszky | http://www.123inspiration.com/think-invisible-negative-space-posters-by-adri-bodor-and-mark-szulyovszky/

Think Invisible, Negative Space Posters by Adri Bodor and Mark Szulyovszky

Think Invisible, Negative Space Posters by Adri Bodor and Mark Szulyovszky | http://www.123inspiration.com/think-invisible-negative-space-posters-by-adri-bodor-and-mark-szulyovszky/

Cliché-Sur-Seine / Simon Sek

Les clichés Parisiens en Posters

Cliché-Sur-Seine is a series of 20 illustrations signed by Simon Sek from the collectif LesAnimals trying to bring out in each district of the Paris which char

This illustrated series of stamps aims to highlight environmental degradation in Canada.

Ingenious stamp designs highlight environmental issues

Zoom Photo

Based in London, the graphic designer Genis Carreras did the series “Philographics” in which he illustrates different philosophic movements such as

MY MAGICAL ATTIC: CUT ‘n’ PASTE FROM ARCHITECTURAL ASSEMBLAGE TO COLLAGE CITY AT MoMA

A new MoMA exhibition examines the all-important role of collage, long-lost love of architects.

Food Throttle Series by Dennis Adelmann and Carolin Wanitzek

Food Throttle Series

Designers Dennis Adelmann and Carolin Wanitzek styled these beautiful graphic arrangements for New York startup Food Throttle (a tool focused on selecting special foods for special needs). Playing with your food never looked better .

Mental Disorders Seen As Minimal Design Posters

Mental Disorders Seen As Minimal Design Posters

Like Christian Stoll who has put colors on psychology and emotions, Designer Patrick Smith managed to put graphic symbols on complex mental disorders.

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