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The Geometric Patterns and Pop Art of Mike Karolos

By Maria Papaefstathiou on Jun 05, 2019 08:00 am

Greek Illustrator Mike Karolos aka Smirap Designs may have studied and worked as a graphic designer but over the years he realized that his passion is illustration. His style in illustration could be described as a hybrid between geometric patterns and pop art. Otherwise, a mix of Mondrian with Lichtenstein and perhaps a bit of stained glass. Geometric shapes, simple forms without much detail, thick contours and elements from pop art are some of the elements that characterize his style. Mike Karolos was born in 1984 in Manchester UK but has lived his whole life in Greece. His first steps in the world of design where through graffiti. He then studied Graphic Design, worked in various design agencies and now works as a freelancer doing illustrations, package design and branding for clients around the world. ‘Greece Is’ Mike Karolos work... The post The Geometric Patterns and Pop Art of Mike Karolos ( appeared first on Graphic Art News ( .

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