Undulating Lines and Geometric Shapes Comprise a Minimally Illustrated Menagerie

Undulating Lines and Geometric Shapes Comprise a Minimally Illustrated Menagerie



Illustration

#Adam G.
#animals
#fish
#minimalism

September 15, 2022

Grace Ebert

All illustrations or photos © Adam G., shared with authorization

In Surf & Turf, designer Adam G., who’s powering the Santa Monica-centered studio TRÜF Artistic, transfers his signature messymod style from typography to biology. The ongoing illustrated series melds geometric shapes, clear traces, and squiggly varieties into playful interpretations of foxes, roosters, and piranhas.

Various from stark and summary to a lot more dense compositions, the small creatures are all rendered in the designer’s signature pink and black coloration palette. Each individual piece has “an emphasis on equilibrium and move,” he tells Colossal, and the collection is “a entirely freeform exploration inside a rather stringent, self-imposed layout language. That distinction in between overall liberty and complete restriction is what I think defines the messymod design and style. It is what retains it reliable and bizarre or… ‘consistently bizarre!’”

Prints of the selection are out there in the messymod shop, and you can follow Adam G.’s own and industrial jobs on Behance and Instagram.

 

#Adam G.
#animals
#fish
#minimalism

 

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