These Minimal Design Works Re-imagine Quentin Tarantino Films

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: Mar 22, 2013 • References: sharmmurugiah & designtaxi
Minimal design works have slowly inched into to society’s culture. Some artists create less extravagant works, but are more clever when enticing the public’s interest in their nowadays. These minimalist Quentin Tarantino art cover displays by Sharm Murugiah are re-imagined designs of popular films by the eccentric filmmaker into book-style covers. From Beatrix Kiddo’s samurai showdown with O-Ren Ishii, to the 1971 Chevy death proof car, it’s definitely something Tarantino fans will come to enjoy. The faceless designs are easily recognizable to any fan of Tarantino. 

The growing market for everything minimal designs doesn’t seem to be slowing down. With each day, new minimalist concept designs are being brought out by fashion and retail stores around the world, there just seems to be no end to this minimalist craze. At this rate, stores will only have five products on display and people will go absolutely crazy about them. Stats for Book-Stylized Art Concepts Trending: Older & Mild
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