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Illustrations for the Turkish Ministry of Culture and tourism

Posted by rod - 16.04.2013

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Turkish illustrator Tamer Köşeli was commissioned by The Adquarters to complete a series of illustrations for the Turkish Ministry of Culture and tourism. The illustrations cover a lot of Turkish places, monuments and cultural/historical artifacts. To mention a few Tamer included the statures of Mt. Nemrut, the historic region of Cappadocia, Noah’s Ark, water pipes, kebab and a ton more. Tamer is now stranger on CreativeRoots if you like this work check out the Icons of Istanbul post.

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