Graphic Design: Lina Sponberg creates impressive 3D posters

Date
5 November 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

Lina Sponberg’s still a student in her third year at the Broby Grafiska College of Cross Media, Sweden but the professional standard of her work belies her young age. She’s enrolled on a packaging and graphic design course, meaning she gets to learn the basics of good design but also has to apply it to some very specific applications. She’s already created album covers and cosmetics packaging that looks incredibly convincing but we’ve been enthralled by her personal poster project that creates beautiful geometric illustrations from carefully-crafted 3D paper-scapes. The posters play with our natural sense of perspective, warping and distorting as you move around them, the final pattern only revealed from a specific angle. The idea itself is interesting enough but Lina’s attention to detail in the finishing shows off an impressive range of construction and design skills.

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Lina Sponberg: Perspektiv

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Lina Sponberg: Perspektiv

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Lina Sponberg: Perspektiv

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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