Last week I posted about some icon design inspired by pancakes and donuts. Those icons were pretty cool and super realistic. Today we bring to you another amazing case study for an icon, this time inspired by a cooking glove. The cool thing about this case study by Anna Paschenko is that it shows the whole process of creating in terms of sketches, modeling, materials until the final result. Anna is a freelance designer from St. Petersburg, Russia. She has an incredible portfolio of icon designs. We highly recommend that you check it out.
Icon Designs by Tim Boelaars
Tim Boelaars is an independent graphic designer and illustrator from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Tim specializes in icon designs and have worked with some major brands creating amazing little icons that you can see on this post.
For more from Tim Boelaars visit timboelaars.nl.
The New Yorker
A set of eight 30 by 30 pixel icons for The New Yorker's new website. The categories illustrated from left to right, top to bottom are: Read, Search, Experience, Go, Shop, RSVP, Think, Win. The icons are in use on The New Yorker On the Town
Various technical illustrations and illustration of Comcast equipment for Comcast. These illustrations are used in installation guides, manuals and on Comcast's packaging. Their main purpose is to easily recognize and portray the various contents of Comcast's products.
A collection, consisting of two sets of 100 vector icons created for selling purposes.
Several illustrations for Airbnb's new office interior. From left to right and top to bottom: Birthdays, World Team Meetings, Design & Tech Talks, Happy Hour, Friday Meetings, Yoga, Hackathons, Fireside chats, Rauch St. Apartment, Workshops, Formal Fridays, Seated Massage.
Several spot illustrations for ESPN the Magazine for articles about women in sports.
Icon and illustration work created for Sprint. These icons and illustrations were mainly used in Sprint stores in the United States, during the holiday season at the end of 2012 and 2013.