Matt Wojtaś shared a set of beautifully design website home pages and shared on his Behance profile. I believe most of the work was done as a concept and personal exercise, however, there's a lot to love about them, especially the editorial design look precisely translated to web design.
Typography · illustration · mural · murals
I've been following the work of Mark van Leeuwen for years, especially on his Instagram. His stylish works in lettering and type clearly made a difference in our day-to-day with typography.
Something we rarely do feature here on ABDZ are photographers with street portraits series. We are usually all about architecture but I do agree that is really nice to witness life around the World through the medium of photography.
Let's start off the week with a beautiful tribute to the Grand Budapest Hotel directed by the mighty Wes Anderson.
Sebastian Onufszak, LAFKON Publishing, Jürgen Branz and Stephan Bovenschen shared a lot more information on the process behind the beautif
It's booked! We will be heading down to Singapore for our yearly vacation, nothing cooler than exploring designers, artists, and photographers based in this beautiful country. Let's take a look at the work of Foreign Policy and their Brand Identity for The Clifford Pier.
poster · posters · digital art · illustration
Did you get a chance to watch the first look at Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-1969 in the movie: "First Man". I thought this would be the perfect introduction for our feature of an Exhibition Poster Series for Centrepoint Spacesuit Collection 18.
Our friends over at InVision keep delivering amazing content. Today they launched the DesignOps Handbook, an excellent resource for companies that are willing to invest in design.
Ben Ali Souheil shared a beautiful poster design project on his Behance profile. The work was done for the Red Bull Music Academy BASS CAMP, a branded affair that rounds up an ensemble of regional artists over three days of collaborative creativity.
The anticipated Incredibles 2 will be heading to the theatres this upcoming Friday. It's hard to imagine that the last movie (The Incredibles) was released back in November 2004.
I am not a big fan of black & white photography, it's more likely a personal taste in the representation of images rather than the style itself. But it doesn't I can't appreciate others awesome photography coming in black & white.
Today Adobe announced the launch of The Hidden Treasures - Bauhaus Dessau, a campaign that will bring to life nearly century old original typography sketches and unpublished letter fragments from legendary Bauhaus design masters that were rediscovered and completed to inspire the next generation of creatives.
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 went all awed with mobile transitions and animations.
Let's kick it off with an experimental poster design project entitled: Zero Posters Vol. 1. Designed by Alaa Tameem and tariq yosef shishani, they are following their path of Unkown territories but so awesome at the same time.
Let's take a look at this cool 3D illustration series entitled: Love Letters to Another Girl, designed by Liron Ashkenazi Eldar and Gal Eldar.
Dmitry Kolesnikov posted a beautiful art direction and web design project on his Behance profile. It's for Audio-Technica. The design is all about featuring the products. It's a simple light theme with no colors besides the photos. The typography is also simple and feels timeless despite the fact that Helvetica has been a bit overused.
Peter van de Riet shared a beautiful motion design project for Playgrounds Sessions. They created this playful title animation of negative space building blocks that constructs the typographic composition. It reminds me of a Mondrian artwork in the beginning, the primary colors plus the dark background.
industrial design · design · kickstarter · anicorn · news · press release
We would like to introduce a cool project that launched today on Kickstarter coming from the makers of Hidden Time Watch. Now they are back and introducing Order. They have partnered with we partnered with graphic designers Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed.
Here I am, just finished watching Apple's keynote at WWDC 2018 Conference. It was fun to see what Apple has been working for the past year, some really cool updates coming to the iPhone and iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
TwoPoints.Net shared a beautiful brand identity project for the New York City architecture firm Dash Marshall. When designing the corporate identity they realized that architecture acts in the intersection of the old and the new, the static and the flexible, the properties of matter and the lives of people.
I always like to feature things that inspire me, most of the time it's about a piece of graphic design, a website. Lately, it has been about books, especially biographies and books about investment (I need to retire one day 😃) as well as photography and of course UI and UX, which is my day to day job.
Tata&Friends Studio shared a beautiful brand identity project on their Behance profile. It's for Everis' content agency. There are many things to talk about the design solution but for me, the most important is the simplicity.
photography · Iceland · gmunk
It's that time of the year where I am seeing so many of my friends traveling to Iceland, it's indeed a beautiful destination! It's a stunning country and we love it as well on ABDZ. One thing though, we are starting to get used to see the same photos from the same locations, sometimes it might get pretty exasperating.
We would love to introduce the work of Alex Maltsev who is a digital artist based in Los Angeles, California. I am surprised we have never featured him on ABDZ but now it's official. His style is quite experimental because you can notice how Alex is trying different concepts and it's working quite well for him.