Alexander Laguta, Kate Laguta, and Viktor Ryndin shared an awesome web design and UX project for Fontshare, a free fonts service launched by the Indian Type Foundry (ITF).
Forever Beta is publishing a bedtime storybook specifically written to remind and reassure children that there is hope and happiness to look forward to beyond the pandemic. It comes on the back of a University of Oxford study showing that children have shown increases in negative physical and emotional mental health symptoms during lockdown
Scott Newland shared a personal typography project titled Hiero. Hiero is a self-initiated experimental display typeface. The project aim was to create a collection of simplistic, block-like characters whose designs are limited to the use of four geometries: a circle, 3x7 rectangle, isosceles-acute and isosceles-right triangle.
Anton Burmistrov shared a beautiful branding and illustration work for the redesign of the Rudo and Tecnico tequila labels. Tequilas Rudo and Tecnico are inspired by Lucha Libre, an extremely popular Mexican style of professional wrestling, and its rich cultural tradition.
Ian Frederick shared a 3D project that is an experimental art piece created as a method for him to learn Houdini, specifically its cloth and soft body system called Vellum. “It started out as just seeing if I could model a good looking octopus tentacle.
César Canseco shared a beautiful illustration project titled Arcade Madness. The project was created for Nintendo 64 fan-art for the Cartoon Madness gallery show at La Mole Convention 2020 in CDMX curated by GAMA Crea. I personally love the grain added to the illustrations, it added a more refined look, perhaps, a paper feeling to them.
Made Up Studio shared an incredible project titled Accenture Typography. As the title suggests, Accenture commissioned Made Up Studio to create a series of typographic works about various aspects of marketing. The result is nothing short of amazing.
Wayne Season shared a branding project for Bureau of Architecture featuring a simple and minimalist design relying on beautiful imagery and typography to create some inspiring compositions. I am a fan of the style and have been using it as reference for the design of abdz.do for over a decade.
"Printmaking Challenge V5" is part of a graphic design challenge that Jerry-Lee Bosmans started during the COVID-19 lockdown in early 2020. This project is the fifth edition and consists of 12 different posters.
You probably have seen her work before and when you did. The world has stopped around you, just to admire a piece of her art. From its execution, your senses have been triggered and complementing the imaginable color combinations ready to be unleashed. Well that's the art of Alycia Rainaud.
invade design shared a branding and packaging design project for Vivo a Medellín-based restaurant which offers healthy preparations using ingredients that were very carefully planted and harvested, from seed to crop to then be transported to the city.
The other day I saw a tweet by Ryan McLeod asking an easy way to create what he called deliciously fat gradients. I remember doing a similar effect back in the day I used to play and write Photoshop tutorials every week so I decided to create a simple example.
We are featuring the work of Fevik ., an illustrator based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. His illustrations we are sharing are part of a book titled: 'Người mẹ sông Hồng' which means 'The Mother of the Red river'. After a few searches, it's a principal river also known as the Hồng Hà and Sông Cái in Vietnamese.