The Observatory is an illustration and graphic design project created and shared by Anxo Vizcaíno. It is one of those projects that make your imagination fly away. It reminds me those old school 80s artworks, like you still can see some street artist doing on plates and stuff like that.
It's been quite a long while since my last 'Raw Design Inspiration'. The concept of this inspiration roundup is basically 'No theme', absolutely 'raw' inspiration. Being an abdz., inspiration is one of the biggest fuels in my everyday life. Whatever it is for life and work balance, it comes in many shapes and forms. For me, I do appreciate a good surf on Dribbble.
Soyuz ² is a duo of designers named Slava and Danil based in Moscow, Russian Federation. They have shared a concept app design titled 'SimpleDelivery®' which is basically an app where you can ship anything from the comfort of your home and even your work office.
Fabio Araujo has been tagging us via our Instagram and we have discovered his work. He has been sharing a project titled: Sci-Fi Emarat which is his take on reimagining a future by using his creativity, iPhone photography and Adobe Photoshop.
Diana Dubina shared a web design, including mobile design as well as UX design for STUDIOA®. MOSCOW, 2021. The studio is engaged in the full development cycle of digital products of any complexity. From research and design to development and development, from landing pages to complex digital services and systems.
Stato ® is a duo of creative director Jimena Passadore and 3D Generalist José León Molfino based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They have 13 years of experience in the motion graphics market as a creative duo leading a talented team of artists. They will transform your ideas into an upscaled visual experience. Push the limits.
Eduardo León is a graphic designer and illustrator from Mexico, Mexico. He shares a series of illustrations that really caught my eye in terms of style, concepts, and purely its execution. The results are really cool, they remind me of a series of characters from a game or an anime series. What do you think?
Under the name of Jesperish is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, and concept artist from the Netherlands, Noord-Brabant. Founded as a sole proprietorship in May 2010, Jesperish was born out of the founder's vision and ambition to create a graphic, illustrative, design agency for international online entrepreneurs.
Prateek Vatash is back with another 'pure awesomeness' illustration series that needed some love on abdz. We have featured his work before and it never ceases to amaze.
We are featuring a graphic design student based in Nijmegen, Netherlands, hello to Jerry-Lee Bosmans and his poster design challenge series simply titled: 'Printmaking Challenge' published via Behance. First of all, a graphic design student? These are great!
Summer is slowly fading into the season of fall, the weather is getting somehow colder, the mornings are more chill. As we are welcoming a new term, we also embrace the 'rain'. Whenever I think about rain, it constantly brings back these scenes from the 'Blade Runner' movies.
Roman Bratschi shared a quite intricate and, of course, beautiful 3D project titled Digital Rohrshach, which is inspired by The Rorschach test, a psychological test in which subjects' perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analyzed using psychological interpretation, complex algorithms, or both.
Cheolhong Kim shared a beautiful typography project featuring a set of typographic artworks using CK font. This font is based on the shape of my logo"CK". This is still an on-going project and the same series of artworks will be published in the future by Cheolhong.
It's been quite some time we haven't posted about NFTs on abdz. And yet it's still buzzing on Twitter as usual so I decided to give it another stab at it. I stumbled across the work of Kaiwan Shaban, a visual artist, photographer, and filmmaker based in Berlin, Germany.
As Hurricane Ida crashes into the Louisiana coastline with climate change lurking behind her intensity we felt timely to share a visually stunning, hand-painted look at the impact of the climate crisis on our most precious coastal communities by authors
Edmundo Moi-Thuk-Shung is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Amsterdam. Edmundo has a beautiful portfolio of work including some quite stylish illustration projects with a nostalgic look.