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This Spanish illustrator is always striving to find new ways to communicate his ideas.
Illustrator Francesco Bongiorni created a series of illustrations that show Italian legends in a new light.
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An information-design studio promotes itself with a clever calendar.
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Martina Martian shares a simple technique—using Adobe Illustrator and Illustrator Draw—for creating a repeating wallpaper pattern.
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Latvian street artist Kiwie created a colorful collection of items based on a favorite bubblegum brand from his childhood.
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