The Looking Glass

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I wanted to switch up the style a bit with this one, so I took some time to adjust my shapes adding more rounded edges. Makes for a softer style and a little bit art deco.

The Looking Glass is influenced by Polaroid package and identity design from the 60s and 70s with it's simplistic lines and bold colors. This is 18 x 24 and will be included in my shop.

Buy the print here.

©2008 James White. All rights reserved. www.signalnoise.com

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  1. James Whíte 75 months ago | reply

    Much appreciated, everyone :)

  2. Scott Lowe 75 months ago | reply

    what a badass, nice series you have dude

  3. Bady qb 75 months ago | reply

    i really like this bro
    u made this with psd?
    :P

  4. James Whíte 75 months ago | reply

    Dy, this was constructed in Photoshop but made with elements from Flash and Illustrator.

  5. Andy Beeching 75 months ago | reply

    Stunning! Will this be available to purchase online? Your work complements Scott Hansen's (ISO 50) very nicely!

  6. anthony.prieto 75 months ago | reply

    Nice Post, you should check out my simple web site business at www.TheSimpleWebSolution.com

  7. PavoCristatus 75 months ago | reply

    love your stuff man.

  8. ed deezy 71 months ago | reply

    this is my favorite of your pieces.

  9. Respiro Media 70 months ago | reply

    FRESH! Thumb up!

  10. javelines 66 months ago | reply

    Create tutorial pls. how you create this picture (i'm from Russia. Bad english ;))

  11. .:CosmicGirl:. 64 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Top20Poster-Design, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  12. mahagonee 63 months ago | reply

    very nice aweful colous!

  13. kamlan 60 months ago | reply

    Thanks for posting the progression. It's really a relief I guess to know that it does take time, and some trial and error to get it looking the way you see it in your head, or the way you're happy with it.

  14. Pier-Luc 45 months ago | reply

    Amazing job!!

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