Photographs of Iceland through the geometric filter of Siggi Eggertsson

Photographs of Iceland through the geometric filter of Siggi Eggertsson

Siggi Eggertsson has carved himself an unmistakable signature style – one that involves geometric shapes, gradients and grid-based patterns woven together in a sophisticated fashion. His illustrated series of Iceland’s cityscapes and landscapes is like a gorgeous love letter to his homeland. 

Factories, local markets, hillside towns and the countries infamous landscapes all come alive through the Icelandic illustrator’s trademark style. From a distance, you can easily make out the scenery, but close-up, these pieces can pass as abstract art.

If you dig his style, there’s more where this comes from at his official website.

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