They differ quite a lot from the usual flat design minimalist trend, but is still quite a common style? What kind of techniques are being used here?

... and would using Illustrator or vector drawing software be a good way to go about trying to reacreate it?

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They look kind of surrealist. I would say the best technique to achieve something like this would be Illustrator for the shapes and Photoshop for the texture and colours because they definitely have a soft grungy quality to them but the lines are clean.

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