One of the goals that we have is to be inspiring minds, through inspired designs, and it was in that context that this post was compiled. We also did not want to focus completely on just one type of design, but instead, wanted to reach across the vast spectrum to find inspiring pieces from the entire gamut. We spanned the interwebs collecting engaging pieces of art, whose rich attitude and often complex nature, radiates from within it, making the design, in a way, interactive. We hope that you find this post sparking the flames of imagination and fueling the creative fires to carry you through whatever endeavor you are undertaking. So without any further ado, here are the inspired designs…
Fashion / Costume Design
This hauntingly dark tshirt design by Haydex Li, is an amazing illustration set off by the subtle inclusions of red.
With so many beautiful photographs to choose from in Joanna Kustra’s gallery, we had a difficult time just selecting one.
Balsam Studio’s portfolio was uniquely styled into a book layout, and this typography heavy entry was an immediate favorite of ours.
Packaging / Product Design
Architectural / Structural Design
Make-Up / Hair Design
This minimalist look crafted by Aimee Graham, turns the model into a soft, snowy blank canvas with poignant inclusions of black to set off the eyes with contrast.
Rotondo Pizzeria and Cafe’s website combines a subdued monotone color scheme with a clean, minimalist layout that makes the site both user friendly and easy on the eyes.
The Coca-Cola script was designed by an amateur, Frank Robinson, the fledgling company’s bookkeeper. He devised both the Spencerian script and the brilliantly concise words beneath: “Delicious and Refreshing.” This is one of the most timeless logos ever created. Follow the link to see what we mean.
It is not often that we come across an interior design that makes us long to occupy the space that has been put together, but this design by Stefan Boublil does exactly that!