ANTHONY DART: HUMAN/HOUSE SLEEVE





I spotted this design in Anthony Dart's folio on behance a while ago and forgot about it until I came across it recently again. I love it when designers use black and white only. Too often colour is over used and can be very distracting. I've always found black and white to be powerful, when used properly – there's a fine line between something that looks unfinished and something that looks refined, especially when dealing with only black and white. Anthony's work looks both bold and refined. He's taken advantage of the power of the black-white contrast. The record sleeves also make good use of this contrast despite being a more technical execution. It's always great to see use of mixed media in design, his union of drawing, photography and typography gives this piece loads of depth.

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