Mark Schwindt has a portfolio with some awesome 3D work. I am particularly a fan of the 36 Days of Type entries that Mark has created. As you all probably know by now, I am a fan of this challenge and the different ways people tackle it.
Michał Markiewicz shared a branding and visual identity project for Passiflora Films, a creative production company based out of Warsaw, with over 10 years of production experience in the Polish and Worldwide markets. The scope of my work encompasses comprehensive rebranding including logo, key visual and printed materials.
Roman Bratschi shared a beautiful 3D project using Cinema 4D, X-Particles and Octane render titled N°371-379. In addition to that it seems that Roman also used Photoshop for some post-production. The tools are actually not as important as the compositions and the ideas in general. I am a fan of the idea of glass water drops.
João Teixeira shared another clever and well-crafted industrial design project. As the global pandemic still takes place almost everywhere, there's a lot of habits we've created to deal with this issue. One of these habits is related to how often we take our shoes and leave them at the entrance before walking around the house.
Inspired by the golden palette and art-deco designs of DC Lottery’s Roaring Cash game, LOOP . took the viewer on a ‘20’s thrill ride - playing with the idea that our ticket “opens the door” to thrills, excitement, and the Great Gatsby high-life.
It's very hard not to be inspired by the 80s, it is for my case for example. Being a kid from that era, you get to see how technology has changed over the years and some things where you thought would never change. Now that is changing and here we are embracing that future onwards.
Raku Inoue is an artist with many many talents, the last time we have featured him on ABDZ. His Instagram has been blowing up ever since with many articles about his art from other awesome popular sites.
David Leutert is a illustrator & letterer based in Berlin, Germany. David has shared a really cool series of sketches titled: ' Travel Sketchbook', it's a series of where I am pretty sure it's taken from David's past traveling around the world. With the summer season coming slowly and things are going back to some normality.
LinkUp Studio shared this quite clever mobile app design project that goes from the branding all the way to AR (augmented reality) to create the ultimate tattoo mobile app.
DOD Alfaiataria is an independent streetwear clothing brand from Sao Paulo, Brazil. DOD was born when Juares Tenorio (A.K.A. JUBBA) made some handmade and tailored pants for himself and some close friends. Their pants are a mix of classic and modern design, with high quality and comfortable fabric for both casual and skatewear.
We have featured Noah Camp work here on ABDZ in the past but that doesn’t mean we would not feature it again, especially with this awesome 3D project title 26 Days of Food. As the name suggests, it’s about the ultimate typography challenge, 26 Days of Type and Noah’s theme of choice was food.
First of all, what's is 'space computing'? No it's not related to space but close enough. In the description, it's the optimization of computer science where 'space' is not an ideal concept. Think about AR and VR for instance and now it the matter of your home for example.
Saul &Co shared a branding and visual identity project for Nuphase© a public image consultancy located at the heart of Querétaro, México, founded in 2020 by Carla Margut and Karla Calderón.
Umberto Gnocchi shared a 3D project created in Blender that is a visual exploration about simple geometries and lighting. The concept is the contrast between a light looking material and a heavy object, like a brick. Umberto made a polystyrene-like procedural material in Blender and wanted to test it in some minimal scenes.
atipo ® shared a branding and visual identity project for ström, a creative agency with headquarters in Sweden and Spain that addresses communication from a digital perspective and is adapted to the new audiences.
I think we all have our share of this never-ending pandemic, after more than a year things are slowly changing for the better. Even though there are still parts of the world where things are not doing so well. Let's try to be positive and pushing ourselves onwards. Burnt Toast aka Scott Martin is an illustrator based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Geo Law, an illustrator based London, UK shared a cool series of illustrations mashing up his passion for anime and experimentations. These are doodles made in Procreate and the results are really amazing! If you are a fan of Japanese animations, you will easily recognize the sets of iconic scenes from Akira, Dragon Ball, and Astro Boy.
Vasiliy Oleshko shared a beautiful motion design project titled CONTROL. What can I say about it? Well, look at the stills and you will know exactly why I am sharing it here with you all. The 80s look, feel and colors are all there. The tools used were Maxon Cinema 4D and After Effects.