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Mosaic portraiture work of Greek designer Charis Tsevis never disappoints. We’ve posted his work in the past (here and here)… this time it’s for an IKEA campaign from a few years back. We could look at these mosaic portraits composed of thousands of IKEA products all day long. Years of doing this type of work has served Tsevis well; he is meticulous.

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There is no shortage of Olympic-inspired art out there, especially during the summer of an Olympiad. We love the style of this series of Olympic posters by South African designer Ben Grib. The vintage, spare style works great for the subject matter, and the geometric composition/cubist influence of the athletes gives them some depth. Loosely reminiscent of work by Charis Tsevis (here and here).

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Another 2012 Summer Olympics post! While checking my yahoo email today I saw the splash page featuring these amazing geometric illustrations by Charis Tsevis. Absolutely love. You can tell there is inspiration from the logo (which I love no matter what anyone says). Enjoy!

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To honor the 2012 London Olympics, which begin today, Greek designer Charis Tsevis took a really compelling approach to these portraits. As with previous works, the complexity of Tsevis’s work is stunning. His use of type, the colors, everything. Simply awesome.

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In collaboration with TBWA Chiat Day for PepsiCo, Greek designer Charis Tsevis created this series of illustrations. Tsevis is “in love with complexity,” and it shows. Cannot imagine the amount of time it takes to build these. Tsevis has a very analytical approach to design, which makes for some thoughtful and compelling work. Be sure to check out his TED talk too… good stuff.

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