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Fantastic City Illustrations


The great cities of the world are places of constant change and turbulence, yet they are all defiantly distinctive, with some momuments and landmarks that feel like they've been around for ever (and, on occasion, actually have been).

Slovakian-born graphic designers Mikaela Lilhops and Daniela Olejnikova teamed up to create these five brilliant posters, featuring illustrations of the most distinctive elements of London, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Reykjavik and Tokyo.

Check them out below and more of their great work at both their Behance pages.

(Images: Michaela Chmelickova & Daniela Olejnikova)

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