This element of design is Negative Space. The hand isn't actually holding anything. It implies that there is a light bulb in the empty space. Negative space guides your imagination to finish the image.
Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse has made some very funny and clever illustrations. His witty illustrations give words to the animals, food or any object that can’t speak. His funny illustrations prove […]
Another smoking poster, this one highlights the potential effects of smoking: You get lung cancer. Though simplistic, this poster really paints a clear picture of what really happens as a result of smoking.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Magical Self-Portraits by Rachel Baran Rachel Baran, a 20 year old photographer hailing from Ohio, captures herself in stunningly surreal scenarios. [[MORE]] Whether she looks like a dark.
men's black dress shoe mouth with teeth and tongue , This is very odd but very fun. The background color is nice and doesn't take away from the subject. I think the two images were combined very neatly.
Tang Yau Hoong is a visual artist/graphic designer. I just love all of his works that I've seen so far. He is a genius when it comes to negative space. The way he uses negative space is just so brilliant.
In this picture, it is evident that shadows are not always what they seem. Shadows seem to distort the truth. In the novel, shadows are a prime example of how distorted truth and obscurity are symboli (Fotos Cool Ideas)
Emphasis Idea Nice archive of poster designs. Soviet and Russian propaganda, advertising, and art posters, created between 1917 and offers a beautiful perspective on mid-century design and the modernist aesthetic from the other side of the Iron Curtain.