Every artist at Design By Humans is unique, and each has their own individual artistic style that shows in their designs. Some artists submit inspirational and intriguing abstracted illustrations, some show us creative minimalist designs reminiscent of a young Frank Stella, and many artists incorporate a variety of styles in their artwork. It’s inspiring to see such variety in T-shirt design! Here are some examples of great designs incorporating different art forms.
Surrealism incorporates randomness; an attempted representation of the unconscious mind and that which can only be fathomed in dreams. The artwork depicts fantasies that can’t exist in the natural world. It’s fun to play around with surrealism in T-shirt design there’s no limit to the possibilities! Check out some Surreal designs in our Fantasy Category.
Shapes and Nightmares by neonbeast
Wasteland by choppre
Colorful Ride by dandingeroz
Post-impressionism and Cubism challenge the common, flat representations of the physical world and bring objects into an alternate perspective; an expression of how objects are perceived in reality, from multiple perspectives and points of view all at once. Artists on Design By Humans have created very expressive designs with unique perspectives.
Geometric Figure by dzeri29
mesmerized by the light blue diamond by bortwein
Censored by NeonTiger
Abstract art challenges us to think outside of the norm. We all perceive it differently; the subject is not defined by the artist but by the viewer and the emotions they feel when they see the work. There are no rules. Abstract art is incredibly fun to place on a T-shirt; the designs look especially nice as all-over prints.
Black Hole Sun by collisiontheory
Mind Warp by 7sixes
Flight of the Phoenix by Studio8Worx
Minimalism tends to be a more structured, harder edged form of art. Characterized by extreme simplicity with minimized illustration; minimalism attempts to communicate an idea with as little detail as possible. Minimalism has become very popular in modern art and popular culture T-shirt design.
MinimalDeer by nils285
Stop,ready,GO! by StevenToang
Melting colors by ishepel
Pop Art mimics ideas of the media and popular culture, often with the flatness of advertising or comicstrips, using vibrant, lively colors. It is derived from ideas of modern everyday life; from television, newspapers, advertisements, and even celebrities. much of T-shirt design falls under the ‘Pop Art’ category.
KABOOMM! by StevenToang
Comic Sincerity 2 by nye nye
Star T-Rex by Captain_RibMan
How many different artistic styles can you incorporate into one design submission? Try and find a design on the Design By Humans website that incorporates at least two of these art forms. Find these unique designs in awesome men’s and women’s T-shirts, cool art prints, or on brand new iPhone and Galaxy S4 cases! Check out more unique artistic styles in the T-shirt Categories Page.
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