Miles Hellyer shared a quite inspiring 3D project titled Ceramic Therapy. The reason I say that is because it’s a simple example of working with 3D. Not hyper realistic or crazy renders.
Lutton Gant, a photography studio in Valladolid (Spain), which specializes in weddings and family portraits, reached out to Azote. Studio to work on their new brand and visual identity with the goal of diversifying into a new identity that would answer photography queries for companies and professionals.
The fine folks from Designit are back with another case study covering their collaboration on the branding & visual identity for a non-profit The Menomadin Foundation and their 'mission-based' approach to social impact.
Adobe MAX IS the conference to attend when you are part of the industry as a designer, an artist, a creator, and basically anybody who promotes 'creativity' in their workflow. Adobe is being known to always bring quality expectations for its events, even during a global pandemic.
Derek Elliott created a series of 21 3D animations inspired by user interfaces. They all stick to a theme of white and orange, with simple, machine-inspired animation. The work was done in my newest favorite tool, which I am trying to learn, Blender 3D.
The talented designers at hup studio shared the branding work they did for Technogym Live, a fitness streaming platform offering live classes on Technogym’s smart equipment. They chose to explore a bold typography with very simple elements like rectangles with clever animations. The result is a modern and elegant system.
Haiku Design House self-branded Haiku Design House to reflect their core design values. The branding and visual identity created was built on the spirit of collaboration, Haiku aims to work with talented, like-minded creatives to create unique, exciting projects for clients.
DSORDER shared a minimal artwork collection, inspired by the sensitive way that music inspires us. The images are created in 3Ds Max with Corona Render , looking for the incidence of light in the materials. They also have this retro/80s look.
Sean Ford is a graphic designer based in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, he has shared with us a cool print experiments he has been doing with foils and textures via his Behance. I really dig those experiments and It's really cool to see 'graphic design' making a solid comeback.
Titled: 'Japonismes', we are featuring a series of hand-drawn illustrations with Japanese motifs by Lucas Reis. He is the head of Art at Mother based in London, United Kingdom, we have featured his work 'The Bible of Barbecue' before on abdz. It's great to feature this project who reflects Luca's style and the same high-quality standard.