Ideologies Defined Through Simple Shapes

May 22, 2012 — 9 Comments

Genis Carreras is a London based graphic designer, born in Catalonia. This is a poster series he created using basic geometric shapes to define some of life’s more complex ideas. Love it.

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9 responses to Ideologies Defined Through Simple Shapes

  1. 

    Do you or do you not study ideology?

  2. 

    The symbol for atheism seems a little off the mark to me.

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      I thought this too. I might have left a white canvas.

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        I think I agree, the symbol for atheism seems to represent more of a hatred toward Christianity than a lack of belief in a deity. I suppose one could argue its the same thing, depending on your perspective, but this could be mistaken as the artists bias coming through. Not really sure though. XD

  3. 

    Reblogged this on Edward On Bebop and commented:
    Great and simple representations of complex ideas !

  4. 

    Reblogged this on studiokiss and commented:
    Don’t we all just love Minimalism?

  5. 

    These are great, concept and color.

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