Illustrations by Borja Bonaque Embody Abstract Truth

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 27, 2011 • References: borjabonaque & whitezine
Visual art offers a unique opportunity to comment on society, and whether or not the artist intends to deliver compelling critiques, these illustrations by Borja Bonaque communicate a great number of abstract ideas.

The Spanish graphic designer has, in recent years, been commissioned to produce prints for several major magazines and publications. Some of these include Wallpaper, the Financial Times, Ellwood and the New Scientist. His style is quite distinctive, as one may notice while clicking through a few of his unusual drawings, always emphasizing a profound interest in geometry and the way objects interact with the space around them.

Urban environments, social settings and the deconstruction of iconic images are some of the most notable features of illustrations by Borja Bonaque. Stats for Conceptual Pop Culture Prints Trending: Older & Mild
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