Part of my university studies involved art history and anthropology classes (well, anthropology in the sense of sociology and cultural society). As such, the infamous Rorschach came into play in regards to how the mind sees imagery and colours (or what we see or visualize the representation).
I recently came across American design Matt W. Moore who specializes in a variety of different mediums, particularly design and illustrations. His artwork reminded me of those university days of analyzing the displays of colour and shapes into interpretation.
He produces everything from visually yummy massive murals to graphically and/or typographically t-shirts.
From his website:
Matt W. Moore is the founder of MWM Graphics, a Design and Illustration studio based in Portland, Maine. Matt works across disciplines, from colorful digital illustrations in his signature “Vectorfunk” style, to freeform watercolor paintings, and massive aerosol murals. MWM exhibits his artwork in galleries all around the world, and collaborates with clients in all sectors
One of his recent “VectorFunk” style is his recent design of the “Rorschach” Posters.
In order A:: Choose your own adventure B:: Geometric Knot Theory C:: The Raindrop on Fire
And I LOVE his take on Beethoven (for his graphic tees):
You can purchase any one of these posters (amongst other fabulous designs) on his site
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