11. Geometric clothes (opens in new tab)
Icelandic designer Sruli Recht (opens in new tab) has taken geometric design to a new level with these designs for a range of futuristic fashion. Recht explains the concept thus: "The simplified disastery of polygonal geometry – breaking the body down into a pixelated memory."
The clothes are made from "walnut wood material on a wool base. Once grown, the wood is deconstructed into pieces, and then attached to a textile base, creating a material that is half wood, half textile, and completely fragmentary."
Liam Brazier (opens in new tab) is a freelance illustrator and animator based in London. He creates geometric designs for a range of clients including Cartoon Network, Dazed & Confused, and Glastonbury Festival. This poster design was created for a Tame Impala gig in Rio and is based upon the band's album artwork.
13. Bird Mural (opens in new tab)
Freelance illustrator, letterer, designer and mural artist Tobias Hall (opens in new tab) worked closely with UK-based Italian restaurant chain, Zizzi to create a number of bespoke wall paintings. We particularly love this geometric bird design.
14. Pattern Booth
The patternbooth (opens in new tab) is a collection of fresh, abstract and geometric pattern designs created by Cara Holland for interiors, fashion and products. She has a number of inspiring examples on her website, but we particularly enjoyed the colour scheme of this one.
15. Matt W Moore (opens in new tab)
We love seeing inspirational examples of street art (opens in new tab) – often brightening up grey and drab architecture with a lick of paint and a load of creativity. Boston-based artist Matt W Moore (opens in new tab) has been painting on walls for over half his life, and this geometric pattern design is just some one example of his incredible work.
16. Geometric Daily (opens in new tab)
The geometric daily tumblr is dedicated to sharing new, minimal geometric compositions. It's no longer being updated daily, but there's still plenty of geometric eye-candy to explore. Proving to be one of the best tumblr blogs for designers (opens in new tab), it's packed full of minimalist inspiration and gorgeous colour schemes. Scroll away!
17. Oh My God (opens in new tab)
This brilliant new series of geometric deities comes straight out of Barcelona-based creative agency Hey Studio (opens in new tab). They were created for the aptly titled 'Oh My God' show at the Mitte-Barcelona (opens in new tab) space. The modern vector illustrations make us look at these well known figures from a new perspective.
18. Sakir Gökçebag
Who needs Photoshop when you're this handy with a knife? Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag (opens in new tab) has breathed new life into everyday produce such as apples and watermelons and turned them into something quite beautiful. The geometric shapes created have not been digitally remastered or altered in any way!
19. Mirage animation
This vivid animation 'Mirage' was created by video and sound designer Frederic Kokott (opens in new tab). Using abstract and geometric forms, Kokott brings an unnamed city slowly into focus in the four-minute short. Featuring flat colours and simple shapes, the designer used Adobe Illustrator (opens in new tab) and After Effects (opens in new tab) to bring all the elements together.
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