Super Sleek, Modern And Minimalist Playing Cards By Joe Doucet

According to Joe Doucet: “A good number of projects begin as internal experiments in the studio. Minim is one such project. Invited to a friend’s poker night, it occurred to me while looking a the cards that there was a great deal of historical baggage and useless information in a contemporary deck of playing cards such as the repetition of the number and suit on the face of the cards. For example: How many times do you count the ten spades laid out in the center of the card vs just reading the number 10 and the spade in the upper left hand corner? Why do cards have an orientation at all when all of the pertinent information is contained in a small portion of the cards visible when fanned out? Then there’s the Medieval reference to a royal hierarchy. It seemed to me that playing cards were a great vehicle for an experiment in reduction. Continue reading »

Cool-Tone Urban Scenes In Vibrant Photographs By Juller Many

Juller Many’s gallery is composed of urban scenes, captured from all over the world, and presents empty and disturbing landscapes. His cool-tones pictures create a silent and mysterious atmosphere. Continue reading »

“Geometrical Asia”: Minimalist Street Photography Series By Víctor Morante

All these photos were taken in India, Thailand, and Vietnam. I’m always seeking for that particular spot to make the photos look quiet, tidy and colorful, quite the contrary with the reality, those countries, in particular, are very busy. The point also of this series is that isn’t that easy to know where the photos were made, they could be photographed anywhere in the world. Continue reading »

“Lost In Color”: Spectacular Minimalist Illustrations By Effy Zhang

Chinese artist and designer Effy Zhang creates pleasant minimal landscapes with a strong use of color. Continue reading »

114k Instagram Followers Can’t Get Enough Of These Minimalist Everyday-Object Photos By Thai Photographer

Finding your own style in photography is not easy, but Thai photographer Peechaya Burrough has achieved this by showing a beautiful and delicate work that deserves to be appreciated. Continue reading »

“My Surreal Photography Is A Reflection On Years Of Depression”

Gabriel Isak was born in Huskvarna, Sweden. He uses photography as a metaphor for experiences of the soul by creating photographs that are simple in form, but rich in ideas and emotions. His imagery entails surreal and melancholic scenes inspired by the inner world of dreams and psychology, where he invites the viewer to interact with the internal world of solitary figures that symbolize our own unconscious states. Continue reading »

KangHee Kim’s Images Are As Satisfying To Create As They Are To Look At

Photographs by KangHee Kim are known in corners all over the internet. Instantly satisfying but including something just-not-quite-right, her crafted images have garnered a huge following, always stopping people whilst scrolling through feeds. Continue reading »

Amateur Photographer Captures Minimalist Photos Of Beautiful Berlin Architecture

Annie likes urban spaces and minimalism. On her Instagram gallery, we discover a sample of her graphic and rather colourful pictures. She displays there a unique vision of the city – Berlin, for the most part. Continue reading »

The Art Of Natural Environment In Minimalist Photographs By Morgane Erpicum

“Defence of the environment through art”. Morgane Erpicum sets the tone. Since 2015, the photographer has been partial to film cameras. A type of photography that takes time and forces you to enjoy each moment. Here, Morgane presents vulnerable and silent spaces. Continue reading »

Photographer Mark Fearnley Captures City Streets In Minimalist Geometric Pictures

Poetry and geometry blend together in Mark Fearnley’s account. While his black and white images sublime urban architecture, the models on the pictures evoke loneliness and nostalgie. A fine collection of street photography.
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Anonymous Virtual Traveller Creates Stunning Minimalist Photos By Using Goolge Street View

The anonymous author behind this great account uses the incredible richness of Google Street View, whose camera has gone all the way to the desert! Continue reading »

Gorgeous Minimalist Flower X-Rays From The 1930s

Flower X-Rays: In the 1930s, Dain L. Tasker 1872 – 1964, chief radiologist at Los Angeles’ Wilshire Hospital, investigated the anatomy of plants with an X-ray machine. His minamalist flower X-Rays are extraordinary. Color and context and reduced to the simple essence. Continue reading »

Stunning Minimalist Architecture Photography By Kevin Krautgartners

Kevin Krautgartners is an professional 28-year-old photographer and graphic designer who was born in Schwelm and currently lives and works in Wuppertal, Germany. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Creates Superb Minimalist, Colorful And Dreamlike Digital Collages

Artem Pozdniakov a.k.a. 360brain is a multi-talented 26-year-old art director, web designer and digital artist who was born in Severomorsk (closed town located behind the Arctic circle) and currently lives and works in Moscow, Russia. Artem combines few photographs or objects, he creates stunning minimalist and colorful collages. Continue reading »

A Minimalist Style That Tells Ordinary Situations With Irony And Fun – Stylized Drawings With A Sense Of Humor By Geoff McFetridge

Geoff McFetridge, founder of the Champion Studio, tells ordinary situations with irony, stylized and abstract drawings. They stem from the synergy between his fine arts practice and his background in graphic design. The Los Angeles-based artist works with a color palette of grays, whites, blues and pinks while he’s placing subjects in ordinary situations in a humorous way. Continue reading »