Yes, we have a certain fondness for superheroes, as well as polygonal art (here and here). Once again, an illustrator/designer has merged the two into some impressive works. This time it’s French artist Simon Delart, otherwise known as s2lart. His series of Justice League heroes is made up entirely of triangles, which is pretty impressive…

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Italian paper artist Andrea Russo produces some really unique and innovative origami. His work is not quite the traditional origami that comes to mind, but rather abstract forms of repeated geometric patterns of straight lines and sometimes even curves. His passion for this art form is clear, and his proficiency speaks for itself. We are…

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Italian designer/illustrator Alessandro Pautasso’s graphical interpretation of old Hollywood icons is really stunning. His use of bold colors and geometric shapes (not quite as orderly as the geometric work of Charis Tsevis), is the perfect combination to deem these masterpieces in their own right. Pautasso’s amazing talents by way of Photoshop and Illustrator on Wacom…

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It’s no secret that we are fans of superhero art, as well as polygonal illustration (as evidenced here and here and here). So when we stumbled upon this gem of a series, we just had to share. French-Canadian designer/illustrator Eric Dufresne perfectly marries geometric forms with with the likenesses of some of the most beloved…

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No Photoshop here, folks. Though these geometric arrangements of fruits and vegetables feel digitally manipulated, they are the result of crazy meticulous cutting and arranging by Turkish photographer Sakir Gökçebag. The series has a really unique quality… can’t stop looking at them. The unnatural precision is really striking. Via sakirgokcebag.com

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We really like these polygonal animal illustrations by UK designer Jonny Delap. Can definitely see them as part of a larger series, maybe a children’s book? For more geometric goodness, see here and here and here. Via jonnydelap.com

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A few days ago we stumbled upon this fun project by Palo Alto-based designers Jeremiah Shaw and Danny Jones. We know very little about it, but seems to be as advertised… a daily exercise in exploration of geometric shapes and form. It has yielded some really cool work, particularly the series of planets. Via geoaday.tumblr.com

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There is no shortage of Olympic-inspired art out there, especially during the summer of an Olympiad. We love the style of this series of Olympic posters by South African designer Ben Grib. The vintage, spare style works great for the subject matter, and the geometric composition/cubist influence of the athletes gives them some depth. Loosely…

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Another 2012 Summer Olympics post! While checking my yahoo email today I saw the splash page featuring these amazing geometric illustrations by Charis Tsevis. Absolutely love. You can tell there is inspiration from the logo (which I love no matter what anyone says). Enjoy! More here: My Modern Met

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In collaboration with TBWA Chiat Day for PepsiCo, Greek designer Charis Tsevis created this series of illustrations. Tsevis is “in love with complexity,” and it shows. Cannot imagine the amount of time it takes to build these. Tsevis has a very analytical approach to design, which makes for some thoughtful and compelling work. Be sure…

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