Design inspiration: geometric skies

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Taking inspiration from Italian photographer Lino Russo’s incredible series Skymetric, we put together a collection of photos that juxtapose glimpses of blue sky and geometric, man-made shapes.

These minimalist, clean photos explore the relationship between design and nature, and the bright pop of blue sky is the other constant. Check out these 11 geometric sky photos for color palette and composition inspiration.

Photo by John Anglim

Photo by John Anglim

Photo by Drew Echberg

Photo by Drew Echberg

Photo by Paul Adams

Photo by Paul Adams

Photo by David Ruiz

Photo by David Ruiz

Photo by Jim Vecchione

Photo by Jim Vecchione

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Avril Delaney, Chief Content Editor at ImageBrief
Avril Delaney is Chief Content Editor at ImageBrief, an online platform where creatives from the world's largest advertising agencies, brands and publishers license images direct from insanely talented photographers. Find more of her work on ImageBrief’s blog.

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