Hexagon Graphics are always seeking out new sources of inspiration for our design projects. We have gathered together 25 graphic design articles from design websites and blogs which have piqued our attention recently.
Graphic design is such a rich and diverse industry that we never cease to discover new inspiring articles from design experts and enthusiasts from throughout the world. We hope that you will enjoy mining through this collection of graphic design articles as much as we have enjoyed curating them.
Ten Design Projects to Inspire your Creativity from November 2016
We know that you will love these design projects which we discovered in November 2016. We have collected 10 awesome design projects by graphic designers, illustrators and artists from throughout the world. Be sure to follow the links back to their profile pages to view more of their amazing work.
Sept 2016 : We found this Amazing Work for Design Inspiration
Hexagon Graphics have curated a collection of 10 design products which has caught our attention in September 2016. We hope you will enjoy discovering new design ideas in the work featured below.
When designer Stuart Tolley invited creative giants from throughout the artistic industries to produce a limited edition cover for his book “Collectors Edition: Innovative Packaging and Graphics“, he got a good response.
Hand drawn editions came back from The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne, Jessica Hische, The Designer’s Republic, Stanley Donwood, photographer Alec Soth, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Gabriel, Nick Cave and Sir Paul McCartney.
All the proceeds from the auction of these Cover Bomb series of Collectors Edition went to the Alzheimer’s Society. You can buy your own copy of the standard book here.
These beautiful illustrations by Sara Blake, AKA ZSO, were created as an escape from her advertising industry day job. Available for purchase from her online shop, these creatures are full of character and look as though they are about to come alive and escape into the wild.
Illustrator Cheeming Boey made an illuminating discovery one day whilst jotting down some drawing ideas on a disposable styrofoam coffee cup and realising that it looked pretty awesome. Since then he has produced a large number of styrofoam cup illustrations which sell for between $140 and $900. Since then, Boey has displayed his cups in the Marion Meyer Contemporary Art gallery, featured on a Sharpie advertising campaign and won an award at TED.