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Interpol by Mike King  (...is that couch a reference from Turn on the Bright Lights?)

Interpol by Mike King (...is that couch a reference from Turn on the Bright Lights?)

Interpol - 3 color silkscreen – S/N edition of 200 – The illustration mixes both real and fictional buildings from NYC, I’ve also included buildings that have been proposed for 2011 and beyond. I really wanted to condense some of the energy of the city into one image. I’ve only visited the city three times but things like the noise, lights and crowds have stayed with me. I felt like maybe I could recapture some of that energy drawing this one window at a time.

Interpol - 3 color silkscreen – S/N edition of 200 – The illustration mixes both real and fictional buildings from NYC, I’ve also included buildings that have been proposed for 2011 and beyond. I really wanted to condense some of the energy of the city into one image. I’ve only visited the city three times but things like the noise, lights and crowds have stayed with me. I felt like maybe I could recapture some of that energy drawing this one window at a time.

"Bon Iver" by Ken Taylor... I adore this poster on so many levels... it doesn't matter what you think of Bon Iver, the details in the Typography alone are awe inspiring.

"Bon Iver" by Ken Taylor... I adore this poster on so many levels... it doesn't matter what you think of Bon Iver, the details in the Typography alone are awe inspiring.

Week 3 || Negative space + focal point | The negative space on this poster gives my eyes a place to rest, while the colorful effect masked over Australia stands out

Smashing graphic design inspiration

Week 3 || Negative space + focal point | The negative space on this poster gives my eyes a place to rest, while the colorful effect masked over Australia stands out

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