Eduard Visan has embraced the concept of flow in design and pushed it past it's breaking point, and the result is nothing short of awesome. Over the last few months I've really grown to appreciate artists that incorporate a great sense of movement to their work, and this Romanian illustrator truly takes it to the next level in his ultra-dynamic compositions, which also make great use of negative space. Limbs appear to literally break in order to stress the rule of 'every curve has a countercurve,' yet at the same time it works in Visan's extremely exaggerated style.
For anyone interested, Ben Caldwell really does an amazing job explaining this concept in his Action Cartooningbook, which is under $10 on Amazon. Check out more of Visan's excellent work after the break!