Artist uses simple shapes and colors to explain complex philosophical theories

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Philosophy is genuinely intriguing but it certainly isn’t an easy subject to grasp. However, nothing is too complex for London based designer, Genis Carrera and he made sure to share his uncomplicated way to grasp the convoluted philosophical theories with his minimalistic posters. Carrera has squeezed all these hard concepts of philosophy into basic shapes, explaining each one such as, existentialism and utilitarianism, in an elaborate yet simplistic manner.

Images: © Genis Carrera

References: My Modern Met , Wired

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