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The design given in the picture is very impressive and many such designs have been used as background images and also as components in certain flat illustrations.

Is there a name for this style?

This is the image referred to in the question

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Do a Google search for "low poly background".

There are a lot of generators for this kind of images:

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Here's a tutorial that I followed to make a low-poly design

The main points I liked this tutorial is that it was really easy to follow and it didn't jump from part to part, thats especially helpful for a beginner

By the way I enjoyed the speedart video

http://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/tutorials/adobe-illustrator/create-low-poly-portrait/

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  • Could you please include the main points of the tutorial in your answer? That way, your answer is still valuable if the link breaks at a later time. Link rot is the main reason we really, really dislike link-only answers here. Thanks! – Vincent Jul 1 '15 at 9:37
  • Agh.. sorry fixed it now – ekclone Jul 1 '15 at 12:44
  • Uh... what I meant is the gist of the method used in the tutorial. As-is, your answer is still not of very much use in case the link goes dead, I'm sorry. Thanks for trying, tho! :) – Vincent Jul 1 '15 at 13:04

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