Visual Bits #427> Pop Art Keepin’ It Real: Funny & Cool

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Visual Bits #424 > Worldly Inspiration In The Streets

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Visual Bits #418 > We Are Animals: Illustrations

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Step Back in Time with These Fashionable Illustrations

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In my last article I mentioned “artistic tributes” to the show Mad Men. Well, although these illustrations aren’t specifically based on that series, many of the fantastically drawn examples from London based Jack Hughes certainly harken back to that mid-century appeal. Over bold background gradients and two-tone blocks of color, Hughes illustrates fashionable people from bygone eras: from the flapper craze of the 20s, right up to hip 70s kids sporting Native American threads.

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Visual Bits #413 > Striking Drawings: Minimal & More

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Visual Bits #411 > Feeling Distorted?

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Visual Bits #408> A Whirling Surreal Reality: Illustrations

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Visual Bits #404 > Face Your Fears: Illustrations

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Visual Bits #399 > What If All Art Was This Awesome?

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Conceptual Illustration by Francesco Bongiorni

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Francesco Bongiorni is an Italian freelance illustrator whose clients have included the New York Times, Harvard Business Review and Business Week. Based in Madrid,  Francesco creates minimalist, conceptual illustrations that are often used to enhance an article, book, or other published work. Recently, Bongiorni completed a book cover design for the book  Kafka’s Metamorphosis.

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