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Art with Rings, Dots, and Circles

Monday 01.28.2013 , Posted by
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Brewed in Percolator

What are your favorite music albums of all time? Do you remember getting that album and enjoying the artwork of the cover? Eric Bellefeuille, a user interface designer from Quebec, remembered his favorite albums and decided to honor them by re-illustrating their covers. Rather than just painting or drawing them, he choose to recreate them by only using dots, rings and circles. The final product is a captivating alternative. He also took his favorite movies and created dot illustrations for them as well.

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Bellefeuille has managed print studios, web agencies and video game user interface teams. Through his professional work, he hopes to continue to “keep the creative muscle going” by engaging in side projects such as these album and movie dot illustrations. Follow him on Twitter or visit his Behance page.

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

Brewed in Percolator

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Shawn Saleme

Written by Shawn Saleme



Shawn Saleme is a full time writer for Visual News. Having traveled to over 50 countries, his international escapades continue to influence his writing and perspective. When not in a foreign territory, he makes his home in his native San Francisco Bay Area. Become friends with him on Facebook and invite him to share drinks and stories with you.

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