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Mark Mawson's Explosive Photos of Neon Ink in Water
neon ink in water by mark mawson.
a person holding an umbrella standing in the rain with blue lights behind them and reflecting on the wet ground
Manchester's Gorgeous Color-Changing Infinity Lights
"Aeolian Light" is made up of thousands of floating lights that change in color in response to the wind and human movement.
a neon sign that reads make an entrance while you work, and the words on it are
KATE SPADE NY shop display 'live colorfully' my favorite line - Spike the punch
four different types of neon signs with the words'bring the night'written on them
Turn the Lights Off with Rizon Parein
neon #typography
an image of a woman doing yoga poses
Nike: Tights of the Moment
Nike: Tights of the Moment by Mariola Bruszewska, via Behance #webdesign #fresh
an advertisement for a women's clothing brand featuring a woman doing a kick - up
under armour print ads - Google Search
a flyer for a summer beach party with an image of a woman in sunglasses and colorful geometric
Flyer Template: Summer Beach Party Flyer Template PSD
the basketball player is jumping in the air
2014 NBA PLAYOFFS - BORN TO PLAY by Caroline Blanchet, via Behance
an abstract poster with the words clouds in black and white, on a multicolored background
Clifford Design / Illustration / Photography Clouds Poster in Layouts+Grids
geometry clouds and colour
an advertisement for swiss air showing the top of a mountain
Vintage Ski Posters of Europe
Vintage Ski Posters of Europe, from the Mid-Century Modernist
a man in uniform saluting to the side of a flag with circles around him
Sean Adams Burning Settlers Cabin
Design firm AdamsMorioka demonstrate how the Golden Section, also known as the Golden Mean, Golden Ratio or Divine Proportion, is used extensively in Swiss Typography. Here they demonstrate it's use in a piece by Josef Muller Brockmann