In an effort to come full circle in recognizing the very polarizing Common Core testing in New York over the past two weeks, we bring you another “math meets art” post. This time it’s the work of Venezuelan architect and illustrator Rafael Araujo, and his very technical approach to capturing the mathematical brilliance of nature.…

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Milan-based designer/illustrator/author Gerald Bear seems to have a bunch of questions in that tremendously creative brain of his. And he answers many visually in his ongoing series Unconventional Heroes. What if all Doc Brown could afford was a Fiat (instead of a DeLorean)? What if Michael Knight did his life’s work from a talking VW…

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Las Vegas-based photographer Thomas Barbèy is a master at photo-manipulation. And his techniques seem to go beyond mastering Photoshop, but through print procedures using traditional negatives and pre-planned double exposure in the camera. In his own words, Barbèy says “Although constantly asked about how I do them, I would like to think that the pictures…

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London-based illustrator/designer Jing Zhang has mastered marrying technical, isometric forms, with a bit of whimsy. This great series of typographical forms spans the alphabet, and imagines each letter as some sort of building/machine/landscape. Really creative, love it. Via Behance

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