The Idea Shapers: The Buffer

In her 2016 book The Idea Shapers, Brandy Agerbeck makes visual thinking attainable and enjoyable through a set of 24 Idea Shapers. The Buffer is the fifth visual thinking concept in the second step, SORT + GROUP.
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Tom Gauld

Run, Mr Fluffy. 'Monster and Villagers' by London-based artist and illustrator Tom Gauld.

The Gestalt principle of foreground/background is interesting in this photo. It's of people having conversation over tea. Clever.

This is using the Gestalt principle where we are using positive and negative space. The negative space of the coffee cup is actually a person talking and the top of the coffee cup comes out to be a thought bubble.

coffee and cigarettes poster

So clever - Coffee & Cigarettes poster remake by Viktor Hertz. "The clean, minimal design is really striking and the coffee mug made out of the negative space is a brilliant idea. i love minimal design

helena perez garcia illustration

From London-based Spanish illustrator Helena Perez Garcia, who's got this dark, other-side-of-the-looking-glass fairy tale vibe to her work.

Maker of Swans by Paraic O'Donnell, book cover by Sinem Erkas

Book Cover Design Inspiration // Maker of Swans by Paraic O'Donnell, book cover by Sinem Erkas

Mara Piccione

Top illustrators pay tribute to Roald Dahl

This would be a nice tattoo! ARTFINDER: Sleepy Cat by Kellas Campbell - A cat snuggles up for a nap.

Rhona Garvin

Screenprint by Rhona Garvin. Look how she uses the the three color layers so effectively, especially in the areas where the face and small parts of the legs pop out of the water.