For some reason I missed this but Plasticbionicshared an amazing illustration created for the Adobe Animate CC splash screen. In addition to that they shared a set of artworks that look like they are part of the exploration for that final work.
Nike Kiss My Airs Campaign is a mixture of motion design and animated coolness designed by Shotopop. A studio based in London, UK focusing their work typography, installation, CGI, stop-motion and more. You will love these videos, there seems to be a viral factor on this style of video.
After the last Industrial Design, I decided to share another design and this time is about the DJI Mavic Air. I love drones! They totally give you the right amount of freedom to reach another perspective of the world, a feeling that you come greatly addicted.
If you follow the blog you will notice our shift, or at least, a bit more focus on the 90s decade, departing from our passion and admiration for the 80s. The reason for that is just some little clues we see everywhere, especially in the movies. A good example will be the new Marvel movie Captain Marvel, which is supposed to take place in the 90s.
Last week I published a post titled “Ode to Simplicity in Graphic Design Playing with Lines” and it featured a collection of incredible artwork and graphic design explorations using simple shapes, like lines, circles.
The 1989 Nintendo Game Boy, a piece of our nostalgia. As a fun fact, the Game Boy and its successors have sold over 118 million units worldwide as of 2016. What if it was redesigned for today, what could it look like?
Paper craft artwork is probably my favorite style. I believe the reason is simply because I would never be able to create something nice with this technique, at least not as nice, or I'd say amazing as the work that my fellow Brazilian Arthur Régis put together titled Cali Lifestyle.
Richie Mason is a Visual 3D Artist located in United Kingdom. His art, world is surrounded of robots, creatures, monsters and from the near future. Among his tools of trade, Richie will be working with ZBrush, Cinema 4D, Keyshot and more. Impressive creativity, check him out and his incredible character design work.
A couple of days ago I posted an article about some graphic design explorations using lines and other simple elements on a grid, like plus signs or dots. There were tons of really awesome ideas, however all of them were very abstract. One could ask me, how can we apply that to a real project.
If you love industrial design you should follow Vincent Claudepierre on Behance. He has been sharing some incredible projects he has done while his time at Google. One of these projects is the Pixel 2 industrial design, probably one of my favorite designs for Android, especially the XL with the “panda” color scheme.
Our friends from Adobe have shared the beautiful work from Julieanne Kost, she is the principal digital imaging evangelist at Adobe. She started a series entitled: "Color of Place", a series of images created from blurred strips of travel photographs.
It's finally here, a couple weeks ago Apple has been running its contest for the best Shot on iPhone Challenge and the winners are here. The selected winners will be featured on billboards in selected cities, Apple retail stores and online.
I wanted to change the pace a little and share the incredible work by Deane McGahan, a sculptor based in Seattle, WA, USA. Her incentive foundation is coming right from that region where natural beauty lies everywhere. The simple color strikes me clear beauty and almost feel like the piece of Fortress of Solitude.
I am a fan of simplicity and for this post, I would love to share some artwork that inspired me for some recent personal projects. These are graphic design explorations using simple elements like lines and adding some deformation. It is a super simple effect, you can basically create it in Photoshop using the Displacement Map. The same goes if you want to animate it in After Effects.
The so-long Perfect Office series now turning into Cool Tech Series. A roundup of cool gadgets and tech for your perfect office; not necessarily for designers explicitly but for all of you tech-savvy nerds out there. This is an open concept! if you have any suggestions, please let us know!
Mateusz Urbanowicz aka. Matto, is a very talented illustrator and digital designer. Born and raised in Silesia, Poland, Matto currently lives in Tokyo. The artist has a lot of beautiful artworks on his portfolio. But one series of illustrations he created really caught my attention.
10 original portfolios that will thrust you to actually redo yours It's been a long time we haven't shared a roundup of anything. We all work against our schedules but I have been going personally through a lot of portfolios for inspiration. We have been setting web standards with our trends, experience standards, design systems, Pantone color of the year and etc.
I stumbled across this beautiful illustration and graphic design project by Imédia Firme Créative, especially the work from Marie-Joëlle Lemire, Nicolas Lambert, Valérie Pilotte and Claudie Déry. It’s one of those things that you’ll giveaway as a gift and for this present case is so well done. I also really enjoy the print work with the shiny vinyl.