Ray Oranges' Artworks have a Beautiful Combination of Colour and Simple Geometry

These new illustrations by Ray Oranges show the power of simplicity.


Italian illustrator Ray Oranges has released a series of his work from recent various projects - and true to his beautiful style, each one is bursting with colour and deep-angle geometric combinations.

His vector-based illustrations combine bright colours, long shadows and empty space to depict real and surreal situations in an intricate yet not overbearing manner.

Calabria-born and now Florence-based, Ray has been working in design and image making since 2009, working for clients such as ad agency DDB New York, tech company Fujitsu and ad magazine Creative Review.  

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Image: Part of a series of illustrations for social housing provider The Hyde Group's Strategic Plan 2016-20.

 

Ray’s illustrations span editorial and advertising, and there's some cracking personal work here too.

Check out his ability to layer simple geometric shapes in these recent editorial illustrations for The Hyde Group and Impulse, as well as advertising work for Sana Labs and Smart

Image: Another illustration for The Hyde Group's Strategic Plan 2016-20.


Image: Part of a personal project, Lips is one of a series of three illustrations called Emotional Layer.

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Image: Bike is also from the Emotional Layer series.


Image: Part of an advertising campaign for education tech company Sana Labs in 2015. 


Image: Spread illustration for German magazine Impulse based on 'Mobilisation of the future'.

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Image: Advertising illustration for Icon based on ideas that will define architecture and design in 2016.


Image: Another of Ray Oranges' illustrations for Icon.