Tag Archive for geometric

Minimalist Posters by Deepyellow (11 pics)

The  Deepyellow   studio puts our perception of shapes and space in perspective. Its geometrically perfect posters look too good to be true. Ideal for minimalism design lovers, the pastel colour touches are one of the many reasons we love them so much.

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Minimalist Posters by Deepyellow (11 pics)

Geometric & Pinkish Los Angeles (17 pics)

Sallie Harrisson  likes geometry and minimalist architecture. The photographer and graphic designer walks the streets of Los Angeles on the look-out for lines, structures and pastel colors that can feed her project called  Geometric LA .  This photographic series is an ongoing study of the wide variety of architecture & geometric line play in Los Angeles.

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Geometric & Pinkish Los Angeles (17 pics)

Abstract Monochrome Alphabet Letters (26 pics)

Matteo Barbi imagined a monochrome minimalist alphabet. Every letter is formed by geometric shapes with different textures. Signs get their own background that fit with their composition made from little points that make like they were in an old TV screen.

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Abstract Monochrome Alphabet Letters (26 pics)

The amazing geometric kites of Alexander Graham Bell (23 pics)

If Alexander Graham Bell is known mainly for his work on the invention of the telephone, this scientist and engineer of Scottish origin was also passionate about aerodynamics as evidenced by his amazing geometric kites! The kites of  Alexander Graham Bell , built between 1907 and 1912, were designed around a simple tetrahedron pattern, or cells, that could add up to create giant flying structures.

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The amazing geometric kites of Alexander Graham Bell (23 pics)