Piotr Holub's Illustrations are People-Centric

By: TopDog - Published: Jan 10, 2010   Updated: Jun 20 2011 • References: vectroave &
These illustrations showcase some of the strange styles of Academy of Fine Arts and Design student Piotr Holub, a very talented graphic designer from Warsaw, Poland. His painted photography focuses on humanism, giving humans a priority of importance within his graphic creations.

Piotr Holub's art has been featured in the Designers Against Tibetan Abuse campaign. He has also been interviewed for MacUser Magazine UK and New Web Pick Magazine.

Implications - Many of the featured images are blurred so that you cannot fully see the face of the human or thing. In one image is a body of a man, but the face of a mandrill. Many of the images also feature fascinating geometric shapes. Stats for Graphic Humanism Trending: Older & Average
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