Basic shapes turn beautiful in these colourful illustrations

Bangkok based artist Jackkrit Anantakul shows off his skills with these basic shape based illustrations.

Jackkrit Anantakul artwork

Jackkrit Anantakul's illustrative work is far from a dog's dinner

More often than not, less is more. When it comes to executing a creative project, too much frill can take away its meaning and message. Bangkok based artist Jackkrit Anantakul uses simple basic shapes and turns them into beautiful works of illustrative art.

"After establishing an offbeat studio in Bangkok called Design Reform Council; I then went on to become a senior art director at YouWorkForThem - a multi-awarded company based in the US and Bangkok," he explains.

"Now with a studio of my own, I'm able to implement the belief that design should always be focused on the key message, and that good work works by itself." That's certainly the case here, with his simplistic yet wholly unique approach to illustration.

Jackkrit Anantakul artwork

Jackkrit Anantakul artwork

See more brilliant work from Jackkrit Anantakul on his website.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

A founder member of the Creative Bloq team, Sammy Maine is now a freelance journalist. She also thinks that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is probably the best television series ever created.