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Impression: Timba Smits

Timba Smits is designer, artist, illustrator and creative director of Little White Lies magazine. He has been designing since the mid 2000s and he has co-founded and self-published an once a year indie mag called “MEGAzine”. Before working in London, He has worked in Melbourne as an art director a gallery called “Gorker Gallery” which he co-fonded.

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He’s illustration is unique because looking at his work, I could only describe it as retro pop art. As I was looking through he’s work, It does looks like he is very interested in 1940s and 1950s ads. I don’t know if this is the case but it does look like it. It’s like if you had to re-create ads from 40s and 50s for a contemporary audience then he’s work does that.

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I’ve thought about having his face for my poster but try to base the design similar to his own. The work I’ve decided to based it on were a gif he has created and a cover he made for wired magazine. I’ve wanted to base it on those two because I liked the elements of these designs and it gave me ideas of what my poster design would look like.

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