I still enjoy randomly galloping across pages of various artistic creations. The best part is that, when on these websites, if I find something I'm urged to click, i'm typically led to another website filled with even more inspirational art pieces. This is how I came across this project.
Basically a person decided to go on a 365 day tumbler project, posting typographic artworks layered over various beautiful photographs. It's a good example of how graphic design applies both to photography and typography; you can't just take any photo, lay some text on it and hope it comes out right. You have to be thinking of the type when you create the final piece, or be thinking of the image when you create the type, then you have to arrange that type to both grab your attention whilst still giving attention to the incredible image in the background.
Another concept I noticed with these pieces is Less is More. It didn't take alot of flare to make this images really stand out, and neither do graphic designs require vast amounts of material to be attractive, not to say that using less is any more easy.
These images are just fantastic: I can't say it enough. I'd honestly fill a room in my house with these all framed and fill up the walls. But of course i'm a broke college student.