Posts tagged illustration

Apple: Early Years

Keep It Simple: The Early Years of Apple is an insightful and authentic look into the very early days of Apple as seen through the eyes of a young external designer – author Hartmut Esslinger…

Read More

Cinismo Ilustrado

Ironic, sarcastic, and cynical, as well as being a scathing bit of social commentary, Cinismo Ilustrado (Cynicism Illustrated) by Eduardo Salles is a hilarious indictment of our unhealthy connection to social media, smartphones, and computers. It touches…

Read More

LOCI Brand Identity

LOCI is an architectural and design studio from Dubai that was in need of a rebranding. They commissioned for brands to do the job, and the result is simplicity at its finest, featuring a dual colour…

Read More

Surreal Illustrations

Michal Sawtyruk is a digital artist, illustrator, and painter from Warsaw, Poland, who specializes in imbuing his impressive surreal illustrations with a true sense of reality. This collection concentrates on city and street life, featuring…

Read More

X-Pen

The X-Pen by designers, The Minimal Duck, is a felt tip pen composed of machined 6061 aircraft grade aluminium and was produced to celebrate the greatness of the plastic felt tip pen. It’s a distinguished instrument that…

Read More

Laser Cap

It’s simple gadgets like this that can make all the difference. Writing in a straight line has become a difficulty in modern times, what with our lives revolving around computers, emails, and keyboards, our writing…

Read More

Surface Pattern Design

UK-based graphic designer and illustrator Ben O’ Brien takes colourful, vibrant illustrations and turns them into patterned panoramas that could go on for infinity. Awesome and strangely hypnotic! Check them out below:  

Classic Movies

Simplicity and strong clean lines define this basic concept by graphic design artist Michal Krasnopolski. Using a grid composed of a circle and two diagonals inscribed in a square, he set out to condense Classic Movies into…

Read More

2016 Olympic Pictograms

Rio 2016 recently launched its Olympic pictograms, and for the first time in the Games’ history the icons will be utilized by both the Olympic and Paralympic games. The icons reflect the culture and history…

Read More

United We Stand

The United We Stand project by Philadelphia-based product designer, Ed Mitchell, was conceived after he examined the US State flags and found them to be discordant with each other, with practically no thread of unification in…

Read More

Walt’s Wardrobe

The Wardrobe of Walter White tells the story of iconic protagonist-turned-antagonist, Mr. White, through illustration of his complete wardrobe from Season 1 to Season 5. The creators of Breaking Bad have said numerous times that…

Read More