Series of posters each capturing a single philosophical ideology through simple geometric shapes.
Philographics is all about explaining philosophical theories through basic shapes and color. It is the minimalist graphic representations of complex concepts and hardly gets more complex than the entire school of Western philosophy. That’s exactly what designer Genis Carreras explores with remarkable visual eloquence in his Philographics project — a series of posters each capturing a single philosophical ideology through simple geometric shapes.
Genis Carreras is an award-winner graphic designer based in London. Aside from the posters, there is a journal from the same series by the name of Philographics. Carreras is also designing different illustrations, album covers, logos, business cards again in minimalistic style.
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