Low-Poly Experiments in Illustration and Design by Tim Reynolds

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Low-Poly Experiments in Illustration and Design by Tim Reynolds

Tim Reynolds is a 3D illustrator and designer living and working in Milwaukee. He continually experiments in low-poly illustrations (both isometric and non-isometric) . His series of environments and objects are quite lovely, with exaggerated and almost magical plays of light and shadow and a great mix of texture. Take a look ↓

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Design, Reynolds, illustration
Design, Reynolds, illustration
Design, Reynolds, illustration
Design, Reynolds, illustration
Design, Reynolds, illustration
Design, Reynolds, illustration

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