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Intricate Illustrations of Inspirational Icons

Wednesday 02.20.2013 , Posted by

1 Bob Marley

After fleeing his birthplace to escape the civil war, Vedran Misic and his family relocated from Sarajevo, Bosnia to New York City in 1994. He was old enough to remember the horrors of grenade showers and shootings outside which kept him and his family inside of their apartment building, unable to go to school. Experiencing the terror of war made Misic particularly drawn to Gandhi’s non-violent teachings and through art he found a way to “express [his] emotions tied to the war memories and the culture shock of [his] new life and in America.” His latest series of illustrations are colorful portraits, done in marker, dedicated to admirable heroes who spent their lives uniting people, the first two being Gandhi and Bob Marley. [Read more...]

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Visual Bits #31 > Shark Piledriver

Monday 03.28.2011 , Posted by


A smashing load of links after the jump [Read more...]

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Public Figures Go Faceless: Minimalist Designs

Thursday 03.03.2011 , Posted by

It’s been said that we never forget a face… but what about a style? Dubai based graphic designer Ali Jabbar has taken famous political and celebrity figures and removed their faces… leaving just enough to clue us in to their true identity. It really goes to show how much impact many of these figures have had on us: we know them face or not. [Read more...]

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