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.
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When churro shop Comaxurros asked Lo Siento design studio to design the branding for their Spanish doughnut products, the results were playful, eccentric and wonderful.
Unstuck is designed to assist in the thought process where creativity and decision making requires a helping hand. Following the success of it’s Unstuck App, the developers decided to look into other mediums in which to provide the benefits of the app to help unblock creative dead ends. The result was a deck of Unstuck playing cards which replicate the experience of the original web-based app.
This fantastic selection of posters is available from Re-issue. The selected posters offer unique designs from throughout the world which have been designed for numerous events, museums and exhibitions.
The pointing finger has been a staple of graphic design iconography probably since the profession began. If you don’t believe that this graphic element is a friendly authority which we cannot live without then check out the flickr page dedicated to the infamous manicule.
Combining clever quotations from some of the most celebrated minds in history with a stylish minimalist design, these posters by Toronto-based graphic designer Ryan McArthur offer some inspirational words of wisdom within this collection of aesthetically pleasing illustrations.
Making fun of corporate jargon invented by the corporate world to project an image of greater importance attached to their role, Pentagram’s promotional card for 2015 is a visual and verbal poem incorporating terms such as: Big kahuna, Game Changer, Column Shaker, etc …..
Illustrator and graphic designer Ty Wilkins has developed a unique style of creating imagery of depth and beauty from geometric 2d shapes and limited colour palettes. The ability to capture the essence of a subject in a minimal style makes Ty’s work instantly recognisable.
San Francisco Bay illustrator Javier Garcia is fanatical about vintage illustrations and incorporates his large collection of design material from the history of illustration within his work. From initial sketches, he develops his drawings into vector images using illustrator and photoshop.