Abstrakt Portraits by Tobias Kroeger

Tobias Kroeger

Duett Tobias Kroeger

Nachtmahr Tobia Kroeger

If you’re anything like me, trolling around the internet for the unusual and different in the world of illustration and picture making, you know that it can sometimes be a very long and unfulfilling quest. Hour after hour of the same old same old, image after image of carbon copy styles and techniques, until you give up and vow to try another day. And then you find something like this. Behold the abstract portraiture of Tobias Kroeger. Thanks Tobias. You’ve made my day.

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Author:Mark Kaufman

Mark Kaufman is a partner at Vivitiv, an issue oriented design firm providing creative services for organizations involved in housing, technology issues, education, the environment, and the arts. His illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, The Progressive, National Lampoon, The Stranger, and The Oxford American. Mr. Kaufman writes and draws the comic strips American Affairs Desk and I Drew This Thing. Mark is Vice President Communications, ICON9 The Illustration Conference and is an editor at Illustration Age. Mark Kaufman's Illustration Site ///// Vivitiv Issue Oriented Design

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2 Comments on “Abstrakt Portraits by Tobias Kroeger”

  1. xelinexx
    June 17, 2014 at 4:21 am #


  2. June 20, 2014 at 7:22 am #

    Thanks for this post….. I am now on a Tobias quest…… I just have to wonder what he is thinking when he meets people for the first time. You would have to ask yourself, “Is he breaking down my face into dozens of planes and geometric shapes?????? ” Thanks for the awesome post!


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