Above: #20 Golden Angles

Tilman is an interaction and graphic designer living and working in and near Nuremberg, Germany but you might know him better as GeometryDaily, the everyday source for geometric goodness and inspiration for graphic designers and design enthusiasts. He’s halfway through his second year posting minimalist shapes, and we still can’t seem to get enough.

On his love for lines and shapes:

Lines, curves, rectangles, circles, triangles are a simplification of our real world but also their building blocks. Geometry, like physics or mathematics, defines how our world is constructed. I find endless beauty in this construction…These days our lives are full of noise and complex dependencies. Many strive for simplicity. Me too. I want to concentrate on the relevant things. That is why I like to concentrate on one idea and execute it straight-forward. No fuss. Hopefully that makes it more powerful. Also for me as a creative it is interesting to see how much effort I have to put into the artworks to make something unique but also as simple as possible. It is not a restriction, it sparks my creativity.

Well, wouldn’t you know that I was over the moon when I found out that he offers his daily designs as prints through Society6? Yes! Here are some of our faves:

Fresh From The Dairy: Geometry Daily in art  Category

#111 A Disruption in the Force

Fresh From The Dairy: Geometry Daily in art  Category

#387 Cyclone

Fresh From The Dairy: Geometry Daily in art  Category

#220 Manifold

Fresh From The Dairy: Geometry Daily in art  Category

#101 Scaffolding

Here are a few of my faves, which we added to our The Design Milk Dairy art collection. But you can shop all of Tilman’s designs here.

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