"Cherish Your Surrounds"

to resolve project - Tim Boelaars - I like the way in which this design uses one line to mark important land marks. A simple yet effective design.

I chose this: With different kinds of shades with lines and the gap between them gives gives off a person with an idea of what there wearing

splashes-of-red: Alexi K, Cognitive Polygraph (Woman Disrobing), 2013 (Pen Ink) Featured here ~nice contour drawing

Memorable Sneakers: One Line Illustrations by Differantly | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Memorable Sneakers: One Line Illustrations by Differantly

Another Vector Line Illustration that I find quite interesting to look at. I really enjoy that this design depicts an entire scene, and also the fact that there is only two colours within the colour palette.   I think the design works well and could be made into mini prints or postcards, possibly as part of a larger campaign.

Another Vector Line Illustration that I find quite interesting to look at. I really enjoy that this design depicts an entire scene, and also the fact that there is only two colours within the colour palette. I think the design works well and could be ma

I really like the organic formation of this line work. I see this working for the nodes section of your project once we work out the clusters. Its shows the connectivity really well and how its all integrated. I wnat this to tell your story at a glance rather than having to read information.

This is a really nice infographic as I like the 'line art' style using only black and white with simple text. The infographic flows well because of this and is easy to understand

Vintage book cover with beautiful thick and thin lines illustration #dualtone

Mid-Century style cover for 'Si Un Jour: Vous Allez en France', by Leonard Muller and Albert Raffanel (published by D. Heath and Co.

New identity for the city of Porto on Behance — Designspiration

Last week I featured the Porto city identity proposal from Atelier Martino&Jaña. But the White Studio won the new identity for the city of Porto pitch.

My 20 days Line Illustration Challenge on Behance

enochliew: “Illustration by Nataly Sheveleva Part of her own challenge to create a line illustration everyday for 20 days.

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