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Colourful City Illustrations

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The world's cities are awash with colour, sounds and smells from Cape Town to Cairo via Chennai.

Mexico-based illustrator Aldo Crusher has managed to capture the vibrant feel of a host of cities with this brilliant poster series, featuring 12 of the world's great metropolises, along with the beautiful country of Tanzania, just for good measure.

Check them out below, and click on each image to enlarge it.

(Images: Aldo Crusher)

[via Design Taxi]

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