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Jeremy Kaposy's 'Love & Communication' Depicts Dogs Near Telephones

 - Aug 25, 2011
References: jeremykaposy & behance.net
There are many artists working in vector imaging, but Jeremy Kaposy stands out from his contemporaries with his psychedelic color combinations, as demonstrated by this 'Love & Communication' series. Illustrating canines from fish lens perspectives, Kaposy cleverly disorients viewers into taking on different perspectives, an experience further enhanced by the idiosyncratic combination of cuddly dogs and telephones. His technical ability to make vectors look like pen strokes is truly second to none and I, for one, am envious of his work.

Jeremy Kaposy is a Toronto-based illustrator. His 'Love & Communication' series is only one of many projects he's undertaken and fans of this collection should definitely check out his graphic novel work, which also features his unique color sensibilities.

Implications - Consumers gravitate towards images with vibrant and psychedelic color schemes because they offer consumers a euphoric escapist experience. Corporations may consider implementing similar color combinations into their wares in order to garner consumer attention and business.