Geometric shapes are widely used in graphic design these days. You can find them on items like t-shirts to coasters. It’s one of the big trends that is hard to define, encompassing complex and large-scale patterns as well as simple shapes.
An ordinary triangle or a circle can totally change a photograph or illustration giving it new mystery, depth and meaning.
Here, we’ve put together 20 clever art pieces showing how circles, squares, rectangles and triangles can create stunning alternatives of what we don’t normally see in art. In the list, we feature creative business cards, illustrations, posters and editorial pieces that feature geometrical forms.
Have a browse through these creative creations and who knows, maybe it’ll encourage you to create some awesome geometrically inclined designs of your own.
Recommended Reading: Geometric Urban Photography By Jared Lim
Wolf in sheep skin by Kevin Harald Campean
Mixed Media by Sarah Eisenlohr
neutral. by LyKy Dragos
Space Out by Ross Bruggink
Polyanimal Project by Matt Rudinski
Lumi – Killscreen Magazine by Nicola Felasquez Felaco
Alice no País das Maravilhas by oraviva! designers
Geomas Type by Josip Kelava
Geometric Reveries by Bob Sparks
Typeforce 4 Submission Announcement by Will Miller
Thrift Store branding & collateral by Ally Simmons
ANIMAL SLANG by Marc Vila
Working Simply by Design Etiquette
Sea Level Album Art by Jeremiah Shaw
Yosemite X Eason Lee by Eason Lee
Basement Jaxx Single Cover by Sam Aylard
Encounter Mara by K&i Design Studio
Tanagram Furs by Patrick Sluiter
Calling from The Wild by Adam W-E
Hipster Illustrations by Kristýna Konečná