Graphic designer Shun Sasaki has a way with words. He creates eye-popping, highly styled typographic ads for clients that range from beauty salons and bookshops to hip hop groups. But some of my favorite work are his colorful creations that feature very few words or, in some cases, no words at all. Like his deconstructed series of iconic Japanese cartoon characters (top), the world flags created for a German magazine (below), or the leaf whose cellular structure is breaking away. You can keep up with Sasaki over on tumblr or twitter.
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