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Banner Inspiration! The Architectural Works of Carlo Cane

A building is a work of art itself, no matter how boxy or boring it may seem to you. Carlo Cane has taken those buildings and done something wonderful with them in watercolor. Take a look at some of the examples below:

So, why mention him here? Well, I was personally impressed by the detail, and the fact that he could take something ordinary, like a building, and turn it into a surreal piece of art. He's even got a new collection, where his buildings are now accompanied by animals. It's a testament to our co-existence with nature and how our man-made structures may do more harm than good.

In the search for your next banner design, an approach such as this may be more beneficial to you. Combining the unexpected creates a curiosity in the viewer, and a hankering to search for the meaning behind your image.

As I've posted about before, one technique is to create a solitary but curious image and leave either a QR code or a link to a website for more information. Many businesses, especially in the entertainment industry, use this technique to tease their fans about upcoming films, products, etc.

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