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Playful Interactive Drawings By Alex Solis

Playful Interactive Drawings by Alex Solis

Graphic designer and illustrator Alex Solis is known for his creative and witty illustrations turning ordinary things into humorous artworks. His crazy yet creative illustrations were featured in the past on this site and in this post we are going to see his series “Inkeraction” in which he created a character going one-on-one with himself.

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What Not To Say To A Graphic Designer

What not to say to a graphic designer

Graphic designer Luca Masini comes up with a series of posters of things not to say to a graphic designer. The phrases are a collection of actual client requests received and accumulated throughout Masini’s personal work experience of more than 10 years. Have you also had a client from hell? then you might recognize some of these quotes.

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What Not To Say To A Photographer

What Not To Say To A Photographer

Graphic designer Luca Masini of Zerouno Design created a series of graphics that feature questions or phrases that commonly annoy photographers. “We have compiled a list of the most annoying and irritating phrases that can reach the ear of a photographer, not only from the customers in this case, but also by improvised photographers, friends, relatives, boyfriends, etc.”

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Two Kind of People: A Creative Ad Campaign by Zomato

Two Kind of People

“Two Kind of People” is a clever series of illustrations from Zomato separates people into two types based on their choices. Of course, there are definitely more than two kinds of people. However, throughout time there were extreme positions between one or the other, such as Coca-Cola vs Pepsi, McDonald’s vs Wendy’s, Android vs IOs, cats vs dogs, coffee vs tea and more.

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Cynicism Creatively Conveyed Through Minimalist Illustrations by Eduardo Salles

Humor Illustrations by Eduardo Salles

Young illustrator, copyrighter and designer, Eduardo Salles, has great sense of humor and has a formula which encapsulates his ironic commentary on the internet, politics, TV and daily habits: Design + humor + social critique. In this digital age, using smartphones, deciphering icons, and clicking “like” have become second nature. In the series called Cinismo Ilustrado (Cynicism Illustrated), Eduardo Salles, creates a series of posters that touch on these ideas as well as other cynical viewpoints with a humorous approach.

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