Peter Tarka Merges Saturated Street Style & Graffiti in His Art

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 18, 2011 • References: & whitezine
With big name projects like the Skrillex album cover under his belt, Peter Tarka is well on his way to becoming a household name in the graphic design world. As a Polish graphic designer with a passion for street art, Peter Tarka fuses brand images creatively within many of his pieces.

With logos of companies like MTV, Nike and Adidas aesthetically merged into Peter Tarka's artwork, these saturated masterpieces pop off the page. The raver style of this artwork will have you on a high, while craving more of Peter Tarka's awesomeness.

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