Adam Daily's Graphic Illustrations Play With a Viewer's Perception

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 22, 2014 • References: adam-daily & design-milk
Adam Daily is known for creating graphic illustrations that play with a viewer's perception. These art pieces are a contemporary update on traditional, cubist canvases and are the opposite of traditional. Through his works, Adam experiments with shape and color and layers forms together to create a series of dimensional compositions.

His art draws its viewer in and is an explosion of vivid hues. This series of graphic illustrations references the vivid quality of pop art as well as the scattered geometries that one would see in Picasso's iconic, cubist works. The result is signature to Adam Daily and is an amalgamation of his creative mind and his visual influences.

In addition to pop art and cubism, the artists works are subtly influenced by graffiti and the expressive strokes that are associated with street art imagery. Stats for Dimensional Cubism Art Trending: Older & Mild
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