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Low Poly Fruits by Gonzalo Ausejo

Low Poly Fruits by Gonzalo Ausejo

There are some design styles that I'd really love trying at some point. One of these styles is low poly modeling, a method that truly delivers some super nice results, like the work of Peruan designer Gonzalo Ausejo. Gonzalo came up with a series called Low Poly Fruits, in which he developed some very nice, low poly, yet, juicy fruits. A great idea, and these actually look like fruits from an extraterrestrial planet in which nature is somewhat low poly. For more of his work, please visit his portfolio at Behance. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)

Case Study 'Fresh Milk' by Timothy Reynolds

Case Study 'Fresh Milk' by Timothy Reynolds

I really enjoy seeing the making of cool projects, from conceptual drawings to the final product. Timothy Reynolds has recently published his work for a large Asian dairy company. Here you can see all his creative process. "I had the amazing opportunity to work with Alchemy Asia on a large site refresh for Kowloon Dairy, one of Hong Kong's largest dairy companies. Was tasked with incorporating the "fresh milk" messaging into five panoramic landscape illustrations. Entire project took around 12 weeks, from start to finish." - Timothy J. Reynolds We're showing you the process of one of his pieces. For the whole set, please visit his portfolio at Behance! It's totally worth it. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers! ;) Details

Logo Design: Polygons

Logo Design: Polygons

We keep going through our weekly journey checking out great logos! We're thinking ahead and we want to find new topics, good ones, to share with you guys. Last week we featured logos with whales and today we're featuring logos made out of polygons! Every week we search through our favorite galleries: Logopond and Dribbble. Both are a great communities for designers everywhere. Also, if you you'd like to suggest ideas for the next subjects, please, tell me by sending me sending me a tweet: @paulogabriel. Cheers! ;)