Herman Plasencia is a Graphic designer, illustrator from Mexico.
Hauntingly beautiful photos taken by the German photographer during his three months stay in the north of Ghana in a small village called Yamah.
Via Unstage (Click here for more)
This is a personal project about the re-interpretation the different stories.
I’m still working on developing other characters, so please be patient.
Thanks to the help of Anna Koerlin (Translator for this project)
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The Design Cove has been growing rapidly in the past few months to become a trusted source of creative and visual inspiration. In celebration of this success, the Design Cove has now had a face lift. You can check it out here: the Design Cove
4 new amazing typography design inspired by Shapes and colors.
Amazing that these shots are actually self-portraits – check out more on youmightlikethis.com
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Absolutely amazing!! These hand carved eye-glasses are created by Scott Urban here in Chicago. YES, everything is hand carved, the frame and the lens! He’s a craftsman, artist, designer, and maker all wrapped up into one. Just impressive. Check out more of his work here at: www.urbanspectacles.com
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