This is a terrific composition. Without the eye and the corner of a smile, the silhouetted ship would simply be sailing into a squall. With those anthropomorphised features, the sky becomes a terrifyingly vast malevolence, teeming with anger and violence. I love the essentially two-tone colour palette, and the typeface is a strong counterpoint to such a brooding, organic deisgn.
A Reading of Proust by Wallace Fowlie Douglas W. Alden Comparative Literature Studies Vol. 2, No. 1 (1965), pp. 93-95 Published by: Penn State University Press; http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/40245700?uid=3739832&uid=2460338175&uid=2460337935&uid=375845403&uid=2134&uid=2&uid=70&uid=3&uid=83&uid=63&uid=3739256&uid=60&sid=21102920740731 JSTOR: Comparative Literature Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1965), pp. 93-95
2. 50 Shades of Grey: The striking grey color palette of this next design had us thinking of the famous erotic novel. Like the title character, Christian Grey, this space feels sophisticated, steely and masculine, but with a softer side beneath. The old and the new, the classic and the modern, blend together seamlessly throughout the living room. For example, the TV is surrounded by an exquisite mantelpiece, making the art of enjoying a favorite show or movie feel even