Part of the Daily Design Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo. This is where you'll find the most interesting things/finds/work curated by one of us to simply inspire your day.
Let's give a closer look at the stunning work of Jimmy Alcala, he is a visual artist into modern calligraphy based in Marseille, France. Let's take a moment and admire his stylish abstract calligraphy on a canvas. It's quite unique in his genre and you just gotta appreciate the talent and also patience.
Blup Numbers is a collaborative typography project for the 36DaysOfTypes Open Call, dedicated to explore the forms and fluids along with typography, where the use of the color and textures take on major importance, creating an imaginary world where typography is shown their inside side.
KIND | Conceptual Branding shared an super elegant brand identity project on their Behance profile. It's for the law firm Lineage Law. They are a company that primarily deals with the things you don’t like to talk about: inheritance law and what happens when life comes to an end.
A couple months ago we have featured the work of Mark Broyer on his photowalk at night from the foggy streets of Hamburg. We have loved his first series and really enjoyed Mark's return with another collection.
It all started with a Portuguese soap packaging from the first half of the 20th Century. The 5 uppercase letters that spell NAZARÉ were sufficient to drive the creation of this typeface design. Created by Natanael Gama, Nazaré fits in a semi-serif category and has a large contrast.
Starting off our week here on Abduzeedo with the work of Andrew Popplestone on his work on the outstanding Blade Runner 2049.
It's been a little while since our last WPW; following up our comeback with the Wallpaper of the Week series, it’s crazy to imagine there’s more than 350+ wallpapers available to download for your different screen resolutions.
Let's take a look at this brand identity & interior design by Futura, a studio based in Mexico City, Mexico. This is their design for Sabah, an authentic dessert food shop located in Kuwait with also selected products from all over the world.
Motherbird, a design studio from Australia created an amazing brand identity for the London based content agency Something. As they describe, it's a no logo logo and the awesomeness lives in the simplicity as you can see on the comps below. It reminds me a bit of the rebranding of MySpace, that used similar concept.
Plot Twist Design created a really beautiful brand identity for Royal Stranger, a contemporary furniture Design Brand from Portugal. The brand offers bold and out-of-the box products crafted with the most precise and rigorous attention to detail. The design has a modern take on a classic form and I love it!
Daniel Tan share a beautiful web design project on his Behance profile. It's for his personal website and portfolio. It features a simple layout with a good usage of typography and motion design. In addition, the illustrations are quite stylish, vector but with a bit more character.
There are so many things to love about being a designer in this day and age. The community is connected and quite strong. There are plenty of great content available to learn and also a plethora of amazing resources for you to create a killer portfolio or presentation.
We all love to feature great work, especially when that comes from our hometown. That's the case of the project that I'd like to share today, it's from Marco Almeida and it's a web design project for Coza, the leader brand in domestic plastic products in Brazil.
We tend to focus most of our efforts on mobile design because, we carry those devices with us all the time and it is probably the first experience we will have with most of digital content. However I feel that the desktop web design might come back stronger, at least in terms of design. I have seen beautiful designs coming from sites like Dribbble and Behance.
Hannah Decker published a super cool brand identity project on her Behance profile. It's actually not a new post, it's from last year, but for some algorithmic related reasons I just learned about it yesterday. It's better now than ever, and that's because it's awesome.
I have always have been a huge fan of the work of Philipp Rupprecht that we have featured before on ABDZ. He is fortunate enough to spend his daily work time at photographing some of the most stunning supercars in the World.
It's that time of the week for our collection of UI/UX interactions to boost your UI inspiration. We are focusing on cool animations, layout designs, UX thinking and more. We are mixing it all from static, dynamic and even live prototypes, this might be a great weekly series to bookmark! This week we are having some beautiful UI with food, I guess it's a nice way to start off the week.
Today is a celebration day! Because of the World Clock, some of you might be welcoming a new day as of now but we are still celebrating here! What are we celebrating? Well it's the International Women's Day!
I always admire those that challenge themselves to daily activities like taking a photo a day, or design something different every day. It seems simple at first, however, like everything in life, the closest you get to the realization of something, the more difficult things become. I believe it does that to naturally select those that have real passion for the others.
Let's kick in Wednesday with this 80s vibe motion and digital art project by Vladislav Solovjov. He is a motion designer and art director based in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation; he worked on a collaboration project with Bark&Bite for William Hill Vegas.
Well it looks like we will be heading our way to Amsterdam for another event coverage, it's quite exciting, to be honest! As a tradition now, I would search on Behance for either references and basically visiting the city somehow from a photographer's perspective.
Today, we had the great honor to catch a slice of time with MOO’s esteemed Global Creative Director Brendan Stephens.