Reading Time: 2 minutes Can you guess the album cover? This is a series of minimalist posters created by the designer Nicholas Barclay. Known for his distinctive style, Barclay deconstructed iconic album covers into simple colours and shapes. Barclay is the master minimalist design. We think these album covers are beautiful and rather nifty, don’t you?
Reading Time: < 1 minute Table Tennis might not get as much hype as football or basketball, but it’s equally intense and fun. Japanese art director Yuri Uenishi created a series of minimalist posters just to show how beautiful the sport is. Made for the 2015 World Table Tennis Championships, the posters depict the minimal intensity of the game. It […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Magoz is a freelance (nomadic) illustrator originally from Barcelona, planting his feet wherever feels comfortable. He develops beautifully simplistic, conceptual illustrations for publications around the world. Through a poetic language, he focuses on the conceptual value of the images. The elements are reduced to the minimum, resulting in images using powerful colours, without strokes, gradients or ornaments but […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute I love chocolate and this lovely packaging from Jorge Alavedra.
Reading Time: < 1 minute This trend of hyper-minimal movie posters has kind of run its course… but that doesn’t stop me from loving Rowan Stocks-Moore’s Disney masterpieces. via: Katie Hosmer on My Modern Metropolis
Reading Time: < 1 minute Since the shops are convinced it is Christmas I thought it was apt to show you Oliver Fabel’s more minimalist interpretation of the nativity scene. Clean, simple and to the point.