At the beginning of each year Polar, a design studio from Brazil, designs a non-traditional calendar as a gift for friends and customers. Inspired by the 20/20 visual acuity test — or Snellen Chart — the 2020 Polar calendar graphically explores the relationship between typographic scale, distance and time.
The Colour Club, a full service creative studio based in the United Kingdom and Australia, shared a simple, yet elegant branding and visual identity for Shorty's a coffee shop in in Randwick. Shorty’s is a go-to local serving up quality coffee and food.
Pol Solà has an incredible portfolio with some beautiful projects like Rings Of Saturn which was featured on Behance. There’s something about his projects that capture the 80s, in special, that sense of discovering what 3D and CGI could bring to the world in terms of visual design.
Other: A Brief History of American Xenophobia Based on Erika Lee's book America for Americans, brings up over 75 points in American history in just 7 minutes. Covering over 400 years of the American status quo where Xenophobia and racism created roots that spread in policy and everyday American life.
Daniel Escudeiro shared a really beautiful project on Behance that brought me back some good memories of the 90s and early 2000s. The project is a set of two collage illustrations for a short story by Raphael Montes, published in the Brazilian magazine Superinteressante (May 2017).
Xavier Esclusa Trias has created a poster series that is bringing a bit of a nostalgia moments to be honest. Pure throwback from the days where we didn't care about going to rent movies at the video store, where the packaging was just part of an item that you will eventually learn to appreciate.
Clément OGIELA (Polak) created a series of illustrations for Reverse MOOKS between 2019 and 2020. His work is a mix of photomontages, handmade typographies and textures. The result is what we could call a 90s inspired look. It brings that deconstructivist style mixing different graphics that reminds me of David Carson and the End of Print type of work.
Gehan Magee is a typographer and calligrapher based in Sydney, Australia. Hello Australia! At first glance, you might think it's just another series of lettering experiments built-in 3D. Yes? But it's not, it's made of 'wet acrylic'. To be honest, it's my first time seeing this technique and I do love the result.
Amrit Pal Singh has been creating a really creative and unique initiative. Titled: 'Toy Faces Library', it's a series of 3D avatars that you can use for your mockups, UIs and/or personal use.
Markos Kay is an visual artist based on London, United Kingdom, he shared a project that we wanted to feature on abdz. via his Behance profile. It's a series of intriguing illustrations for the Hemaware magazine to raise awareness of bleeding disorders, new treatments, and research.
A homage to the work of William Morris’ floral designs and illustrations of the 19th Century. Here, the real-time growth of flowers is used to form a modern illuminated letter, highlighting the slower quality of manual creation. Morris used illuminated letters in his own publications as a rebellion against the uniformity of the new industrial world.
Through an unlikely encounter with the space-time continuum, a man triggers an endless cycle of misfortune as he plays with his dog in a park. Nomographic, a boutique animation and production studio in London, produced this short piece to take advantage of Instagram’s native, looping video player.
Here at abdz., we love 3D and Cinema 4D. I don't generally have the dedicated time to get into 3D so we feature the incredible designers/artists to feast your eyes. That being said and following this route, let's take a look at these 3D explorations by David Milan .
Jong min shared a very interesting 'personal project' via his Behance profile. The idea is simple and the medium used has been growing in terms of interest and even technology in-use for our everyday lives. 'Augmented Reality'. It's not a subject we feature lots on abdz.