Complex Philosophical Theories Explained in Basic Shapes

If you enjoy seeing a complicated theory or idea boiled down to its essence, you’ll appreciate this new set of posters by London based designer Genis Carreras. In fact, it should come as no surprise that Carreras claims to love “minimalism and Swiss style” especially after seeing this. Here he takes complex philosophical theories, like existentialism and utilitarianism, and whittles them down to basic shapes. Great!

Interestingly, Carreras works for Foundry, the company behind that Steve Jobs portrait made of Macbook parts.














Genis Carreras’ website
via [SwissMiss]



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