This post was published temporarily last week as a result of some unexpected site blips—apologies if you happened to catch the incomplete version!
I’m loving the bold, colorful style of designer/illustrator Fernando Volken Togni, who created this series of illustrations for Oryx Magazine depicting 24 hours in various cities.
24 hours in melbourne is my favorite, but they’re all so beautiful it’s hard to choose!
Hello, I am glad you like it. Thank you for the post. Next one is Zurich. All the best.
Fernando, will they be on sale anytime soon?
What a cute artwork!!! i’m glad that our Phuket is the one of your. XD
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Would love to see a 24 Hours in Paris.
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Londond and Mexico City, please! This are awesome!
Will there be a 24Hours in Tokyo coming, by any chance?
Great posters, by the way!
Are these for sale?
Can you buy one of these as a print?
What is SHANGAI? misspelt Shanghai? where’s the pearl tower?
Please, please make 24 hours in Paris!, it would be awesome, i love them all!
Beautiful! Where can I buy the posters?
24 hours in melbourne is the best one so beautiful i love the city.
These are beautiful! You should do Dallas next.
NYC is PERFECT!
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where can i buy? where? where? its beautiful
Hello i am glad you like them, Now on the site Shanghai is written correctly. Soon they will be available for sale. The Pearl Tower is the Shanghai’s bottom left.
Awesome posters!! I’m glad you included Fernando.
maybe next is 24 hs in París? :D
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awesome posters! my favorite ist new york. where can i buy it? please email me.
thank you so much and best regards from germany,
You’ll have to contact the artist directly through his website. We aren’t affiliated with him so I’m not sure if you can buy any of the prints.
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