This caught my attention because of the geometric style to it. It looks very controlled and has a solid style to it.

I love the simple geometric shapes used to create the whole picture. Very nice pattern used for the diamond things on the pineapple.

Nice colours    How to make this textured hexagon pattern in illustrator and photoshop by blog spot graphics

How To Create an Abstract Geometric Poster Design

The wide variety of colors in this picture make it seem more complex and three dimensional. This shows how great of an effect color contrast can have on the way people see images.

Mackenzie here with a very exciting post (or I consider exciting). Here are 45 Incredible Geometric Illustrations by a

'Weathering + Colour 8' (2010) by Maltese-born, Scotland-based artist photographer Marco Scerri. via the artist on flickr

'Weathering + Colour by Maltese-born, Scotland-based artist photographer Marco Scerri.

Cut up photos, manipulating the original image creating a more interesting and unique style

remember the collage things I do when I was in year 12 in Art? Can apply it to fashion illustration art work as well. - Milly Ma // Cut up photos, manipulating the original image creating a more interesting and unique style

david abrahams watermelon still life

David Abrahams’ Still Life Photography

David Abraham's watermelon still life. I love this sculpture. I could do a sculpture similar to this piece.

Love simplicity of this... Paris 2014 Contemporary Art Fair | Trendland

Art Paris 2014

Trendland delivers daily fresh content of Art, Design, Travel, photography and culture.

Josh Bryan Celebrity Captures are Abstract & Detailed #celebrity #trends trendhunter.com

Surreal Triangular Pen Portraits

Geometric triangle face Artwork by Josh Bryan Amazing artwork - Geometric faces using triangles, Created by pen. The artist is 20 year old Josh Bryan from England. He used Black Fineliner pens with.

Simple Shapes No3 open edition giclee print by Eloise Renouf.

Simple Shapes is the third in a new series of prints based around shape, form, repetition and colour. Colours used in this piece include tomato red, steel grey, off-white and black on a warm grey background.

Max Bill: horizontal vertical diagonal rhythms: oil on canvas, 1942

Max Bill studied at Bauhaus for two years as a pupil of Josef Albers --Horizontal Vertikal Diagonal Rhythmus / Oil on canvas / 1942

Bauhaus - Art as Life by The 100th Idiot, via Flickr

Bauhaus - Art as Life by The Idiot. Manipulating the geometric form of a triangle, reflects movement through the use of scaling of the shapes involved.

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