Husnain Ijaz and Ahmad Ajmal shared a beautiful branding and visual identity for Salah, which seems to be a platform that helps connect the 1.8 billion muslins around the world. That’s the little I got from the description, however what really caught my attention was the design and visuals, which look simple, elegant and quite fresh. I especially like the frosted glass effect, it reminds me of my Calmaria.app :)
Javier Torres shared a beautiful 3D project to highlight different forms of vases, as well as highlighting the textures of ceramic, stone, textile and glass in a "dry" environment, but with an extra energy in colors and textures. All the images were created using Maxon Cinema 4D and Octane Render.
After gaining a BA in Automotive design from Coventry University Pete Norris went on producing work for clients including Free Radical Design, Nissan, AKQA, Fiat, Shell, Sony PlayStation, Microsoft and the Creative Assembly. In the spare time he creates vehicles, characters, Graffiti, fine art, product design and various other amazing things. For this post we want to highlight some of his incredible automotive design projects alongside with other 3D work. Check it out.
Braz de Pina shared an beautiful personal project to sharpen his 3D and graphic design skills. As Braz mentioned, there are so many brilliant minds in art and design history but he picked six of his biggest influences during his time in college to recreate their famous work using Cinema 4D. Here’s the list:
This is the time of the year where we see more designers, illustrators, artists posting their endeavors on the popular creative initiative of 36 Days of Type. It's really cool to see so much creativity and it's quite inspiring. We are featuring the work of Roger Roque, a 3D artist and art director based in Madrid, Spain. I immediately fell in love with his take on the 36 Days of Type, it reminds me of the beautiful colors of Nintendo games somehow.
Seokmin Hong shared a quite beautiful 3D and motion design project for Nissan. The redesign of the Nissan badge was its first update in 20 years. To celebrate the launch of this new logo Seokmin Hong and team created this short concept film 'Tech That Moves' - inspired by Nissans design process and brand experience.
Nidia Dias is a 3D designer based in Portugal with an incredible portfolio. From the professional work done with Tendril to personal explorations like the Random Stuff v02 where Nidia created compositions with glass and other different materials to create some inspiring abstract images. All using Maxon Cinema 4D and Redshift.
Vinicius Araújo shared a beautiful 3D project on Behance. The compositions feature colorful organic experiments full of what it looks like particles or simulation of vegetation. All of that using the powerful 3D tool Houdini.
atypic is a digital design studio based in Denver, CO, USA and they shared their project in collaboration with Microsoft as I quote: '... to reimagine different flags for the LGBTQI+ community, with a more naturalistic composition to symbolize a connected ecosystem, which shows how while each group is distinct, the sum is greater than its parts.' It's a beautiful description of what I think comes well together into a result that brings composition and importance.
Happy Friday everyone! We would like to share the work of Danny Ivan who is a freelance 3D Imagery maker / Art Director for motion based in Porto, Portugal. His illustration series is entitled: Interference of Light 2.0, a beautiful set of creative experimentations using Maxon Cinema 4D and of course Photoshop. As I quote here from Danny: "The big goal here is to transmit a certain of serenity with these abstract images on a technology electric world."
LAUNDRY ™ and Adriana Mora shared an awesome 3D and motion design for Darran Furniture. There’s not a lot of information about the project, however I love the overall aesthetics created with pastel colors and quite friendly 3D objects.
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. What caught my attention about Mark’s interpretation of the alphabet was purely related to the simplicity of the form and compositions.
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.
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. The result is not only clever but also impeccably executed.
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. “It doesn't look 100% accurate but I think the subsurface scattering is quite good” — describes Umberto.
TOLM XII celebrates the 12th anniversary of TOLM studio. As they describe it, the road makes twists and turns, leading and guiding towards tomorrow. This 3D project celebrates and translates their journey with clever twists of letters and typography. Beautiful and inspiring.
36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to express their particular view on letters and numbers of the latin alphabet. Plasticbionic 2020 series was a study into shapes, dimensions & texturing. All letters on our Instagram feed.
Hadi Tulimat shared the first volume of a series of 3D and Typography poster experiments. This selection focus on 3D shapes mixed with 3D typography using Maxon Cinema 4D, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. The result is quite stunning.
Fran Rossi shared a beautiful 3D project that for some reason we missed, but that’s okay it’s never too late to get inspired by this awesome set of compositions inspired in textures, colors, and the architecture from Fran’s last trip to Japan.