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These Silence Television Posters Make Vectors Look Like Ink

By: Jason Soy - Published: • References: facebook & designerblog.it
These Silence Television posters totally exude a retro chicness to them. After all, it's rare to see modern art nowadays that sticks to minimalist details and monochromatic color schemes when artists can easily attach bells and whistles to all of their pictures with a click of a button in Photoshop.

The Silence Television collection of images is the work of Gianmarco Magnani and features a host of objects that hipsters would totally find appealing. Typewriters, Fender Telecasters, cassette tapes and rotary phones? Yup, these pictures definitely bring on the retro nostalgia and emanate all kinds of cool in the process.

Implications - Consumers are appreciative of minimalist illustrations that contrast the highly saturated and busy images that currently oversaturate North American media. Corporations may consider using minimalist artwork and graphics in their advertising campaigns to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

Stats for Dynamic Monochrome Objects Trending: Older & Average
Traction: 4,495 clicks in 160 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Silence Television
Related: 100 examples / 77 photos
Segment: Males, 12-35
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