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Polish Graphic Designer Peter Tarka Gives New Meaning to 'Randomness'

 - Jun 1, 2016
References: abduzeedo & fubiz.net
Peter Tarka is a Polish graphic designer behind a slew of impressive projects for big name clients such as MTV, BMW and RedBull. The artist has a skill for arranging typefaces creatively and supplying seemingly meaningless objects with a character of their own.

With his 'Randomness' project, the Polish graphic designer mixes contrasting objects and settings together, resulting in images that showcase the combinations like pieces in a contemporary museum curated by Dr. Seuss. Some of the images include a minimalist Helvetica font which superimpose his creations. An example of this is the word "DROWN" shown in front of a digitally made structure which features hypnotic swirls within its chocolaty color. Another shows a sneaker under two branches that have digital pieces sticking out, making it look like the beginnings of a strange campfire.