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Negative Space Logos

Negative Space Logos

#11. Use spray paint to make easy wall art! -- 29 Cool Spray Paint Ideas That Will Save You A Ton Of Money

#11. Use spray paint to make easy wall art! -- 29 Cool Spray Paint Ideas That Will Save You A Ton Of Money

Beach Christmas

Beach Christmas

Gorgeous corners around the world

Gorgeous corners around the world

Could do this as a watercolor experiment/study in understanding how colors mix and/or values work.

Could do this as a watercolor experiment/study in understanding how colors mix and/or values work.

Gorgeous Fragmented Watercolors Form Soothing Cityscapes - My Modern Metropolis

Gorgeous Fragmented Watercolors Form Soothing Cityscapes - My Modern Metropolis

22 artworks with clever use of negative space

22 artworks with clever use of negative space

Great photo manipulation series by Nicholas Kennedy Sitton.    “These photos are a result of how intriguing the concept of distortion translates to architecture. It creates a sense of falling into itself, like capturing a moment of demolition. I can destroy titanous steel structures with the click of a mouse and create new twisted versions of reality."

Great photo manipulation series by Nicholas Kennedy Sitton. “These photos are a result of how intriguing the concept of distortion translates to architecture. It creates a sense of falling into itself, like capturing a moment of demolition. I can destroy titanous steel structures with the click of a mouse and create new twisted versions of reality."

Shape- the use of regular squares and rectangles overlapping one another in a conformed manner creates an image of a bustling NYC street. The bustling effect comes from the intense overlapping of the shapes- it also adds the effect that the buildings are being built/put together. The darker shapes give the piece depth and from a distance, dimension.

Shape- the use of regular squares and rectangles overlapping one another in a conformed manner creates an image of a bustling NYC street. The bustling effect comes from the intense overlapping of the shapes- it also adds the effect that the buildings are being built/put together. The darker shapes give the piece depth and from a distance, dimension.

Repin from Dickson. Although this is not a perfectly realistic representation, the artist side of a designer can often connect with clients and the public much more successfully. This image leaves much to the imagination, should architecture also do this?

Repin from Dickson. Although this is not a perfectly realistic representation, the artist side of a designer can often connect with clients and the public much more successfully. This image leaves much to the imagination, should architecture also do this?