kristian lehtinen

kristian lehtinen

kristian lehtinen
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Police Mugshot San Francisco 1950's

Police Mugshot San Francisco 1950's

James Boyd Potter, born 1901, aka "Fatty Potter." "Associates with all classes of thieves."

James Boyd Potter, born 1901, aka "Fatty Potter." "Associates with all classes of thieves."

Look at these mugshots from the 20's... Had you been born just slightly earlier, you might have defended them in court...

Look at these mugshots from the 20's... Had you been born just slightly earlier, you might have defended them in court...

Rosamaria G Frangini | Architecture Facades | Fold unfold.

Rosamaria G Frangini | Architecture Facades | Fold unfold.

https://twitter.com/archillect/status/752386948036169728

https://twitter.com/archillect/status/752386948036169728

Steel mill:

Steel mill:

Odontolabis elegans www.lab333.com www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 www.lab333style.com lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

Odontolabis elegans www.lab333.com www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 www.lab333style.com lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

This poster is so cool! I love any design that uses a picture to modify another to make it more interesting. What this poster also does well is it blends the city and the mans head really well and even the colors are very similar making the poster that much better.

This poster is so cool! I love any design that uses a picture to modify another to make it more interesting. What this poster also does well is it blends the city and the mans head really well and even the colors are very similar making the poster that much better.

#graphicdesign #graphicdesigner 35 of the Best Graphic Design Pieces of 2014 | From up North

#graphicdesign #graphicdesigner 35 of the Best Graphic Design Pieces of 2014 | From up North

Varg Eyewear Advertisements by Ross Sweetmore, via Behance. Nice way to break up the image and direct the viewer's eye. Very modern, very hipster.

Varg Eyewear Advertisements by Ross Sweetmore, via Behance. Nice way to break up the image and direct the viewer's eye. Very modern, very hipster.