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Cyclops~Projekt Sirkols by Edzel Rubite, via Behance

Cyclops~Projekt Sirkols by Edzel Rubite, via Behance

Football poster

Minimalist World Cup Posters

Discover the work of Brazilian artist André Fidusi around the football with the evolution of each final World Cup Football, all summarized by symbols and graph

Circle Constructed Superheros | #IronMan

Geometrically Constructed Superheros

New York - Peter Donnelly / Artwork on USEUM / @Peter Thomas Thomas Thomas Donnelly Illustration

New York by Peter Donnelly, via Behance 'There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless' - Simone de Beauvoir

Northwest Native Americans: Totem Poles - cool example for my students

I love totems. It would be cool to do animal totems, OR a totem that stacks items/symbols that are personal to each child.

Who Wants to Play Video Games?

Who Wants to Play Video Games?

LOve this..it is really an art I love!

Completely "Brill": Lumadessa Mammal Prints

If you want to dress up your kid's room with some animal posters, may we suggest these ones by artist Josh Brill? His new African Mammal limited-edition pr

The Works of Argentina's Christian Montenegro: 3_muertitos04.jpg

The Works of Argentina's Christian Montenegro

Muertitos 2 - PUNK - Skeletal subculture illustration series “Muertitos” by argentinean illustrator Christian Montenegro.

Suerhéroes redondos - Taringa!

Suerhéroes redondos

laura guarie; |Shared by: Sparano+Mooney Architecture Los Angeles, California & Salt Lake City, UT Modern Architecture Firm|

These are a series of collage/illustrations by Argentinian artist/graphic designer Laura Guarie. I find a lot of inspiration from the combination of the female heads and the thin sharp geometric lines.

pixel-super-heroes-14 wolverine lobezno

Pixel Superheroes – Les super héros 8-bit

Pixel art is still one of my all time favorite styles, probably because I grew up in the playing Atari. Early generation consoles had an additional influence on me as this type of illustration was pretty common.