“It is not a big surprise that Geometry Daily made me a better graphic designer. Working regularly in a specific field for such a long time opens up whole new dimensions.”
Nuremberg-based an interaction and graphic designer Tilman Ziztmann creates minimalistic geometry compositions based on geometric shapes every day. On Geometry Daily, Tilman is bringing design back to basics when he plays with simple forms in the symmetrical patterns and uses the power of minimalism. His works look like real prints on paper but everything is done digitally in vector and bitmap design software.
“I committed myself to two of my favorite fields, geometry and minimalism, and started creating graphics and publishing them on a Tumblr, one each and every day. It turned out that this was one of the best ideas I ever had.” ― Tilman Zitzmann
Geometry Daily: Tilman Creates Minimal Geometric Compositions Every Day
“I love geometric graphics, but I also hate how they turn out on a digital display. I love to publish them on a website, but not in mere vector graphics. They look much too clean, perfect and computer-generated. They lack any connection to the real world. Just cold bits of data. If you turn off the display, they are gone without a trace. I want the shapes to look like the viewer could relate to them. Feel the texture of the canvas and the printed surfaces. Walk around the image, even if it is just two-dimensional.” ― Tilman Zitzmann
“I love it. I get a serious flow when I draw simple shapes, combine them and experiment until they start to sing. I’m a designer with all my heart. It’s an experiment. A journey into a world of possibilities.” ― Tilman Zitzmann
All images © Tilman Zitzmann