Tim Boelaars’ iconic prints

Earlier this year, Amsterdam-based graphic designer and illustrator Tim Boelaars posted on his site a series of mono-weight icons he’s drawn for everyday use. Now he’s produced a series of screenprints that each gather a set of the icons…

Earlier this year, Amsterdam-based graphic designer and illustrator Tim Boelaars posted on his site a series of mono-weight icons he’s drawn for everyday use. Now he’s produced a series of screenprints that each gather a set of the icons…

Each 18x24inch screenprint (Furniture, shown above) has been produced in a series of 75 on GF Smith paper complete with it’s own blind deboss that gives each poster a particular texture. €35 each from Boelaars’ online store at store.timboelaars.nl

Above and below: Buildings

Above: Tools. Below: Guns

OK, so the guns icon set probably shouldn’t be considered as being for “everyday use”. But they do make a nice set. Maybe they could be incorporated into in a hitman-themed game app, er, aimed at graphic designers?

See more of Boelaars icons at timboelaars.nl

 

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