Very cool series of minimal architecture posters. The use of color is smart, not too overwhelming, and really complements elements of the building's design.

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Edgar Bąk’s Posters for Warsaw’s Nowy Teatr

Architecture & Graphic design: I like the contrast of color + black/white, and the use of drawing over an image.

"PHOTOGRAPHY & GRAPHICS" Architecture & Graphic design: I like the contrast of color + black/white, and the use of drawing over an image.

www.littlerugshop.com Lovely colors and shapes in this mediterranean building work of architect Ricardo Bofill in Calp Spain. By @misswinter by cntraveler

Lovely colors and shapes in this mediterranean building work of architect Ricardo Bofill in Calp Spain. By Ashley Howe by cntraveler

PRE-IDENTITY vs POST-IDENTITY Architecture for renovating Fukushima Master in Architecture - Kengo Kuma studio Winter 2013 - 東京大学 The University of Tokyo Exhibited in Space 222 DUE 2014 - Tokyo, Japan · Project description A massive change of scale has taken place in Fukushima. Before the 11th March 2011, Fukushima was a quiet land of rice farmers and fishermen. If you type ‘Fukushima prefecture’ in Wikipedia, you will barely find any information of this area before 2011. Does this mean…

PRE-IDENTITY vs POST-IDENTITY Architecture for renovating Fukushima Master in Architecture - Kengo Kuma studio Winter 2013 - 東京大学 The University of Tokyo Exhibited in Space 222 DUE 2014 - Tokyo, Japan · Project description A massive change of scale.

The Amazing Optical Illusion Street Art Of Aakash Nihalani Nihalani uses only paper tape and, occasionally, cardboard.

The Amazing Optical Illusion Street Art Of Aakash Nihalani

New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani is taking tape to the next level and beyond. He creates geometric, site-specific works of art using tape on walls, sidewalks, and every surface in between.

turquoise.quenalbertini: Turquoise on blue, Colored Mondays

Discover the fantastic work of photographer Matt Crump, who reveals with a personal vision this stunning candy-colored minimalistic photographs. Matt captures top of signs, palm trees or fun-fair’s architectures and takes us inside his extra-ordinary…

Pawel Nolbert | PICDIT

Playing with Perception. Polish graphic designer Pawel Nolbert is the author of a new colorful series titled Constructed. Inside urban landscape, he integrated geometric shapes that questionnes our reality’s perception and subjective creation.

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Even the poster is cool. Greg Lynn Form exhibition poster, designed by Jeff Han for COMA, Contemporary Museum of Architecture.

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