Continuing on from the recent post; Graphic Design Inspiration. Here’s another selection of inspiring Graphic Artwork from a range of extremely talented artists. Selectively picked from Designflavr – a new art and design aggregator pulling together a variety of different art forms such as Illustration, Urban Art and Digital Art to name a few.

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  1. a little on the repetitive side. some pieces were decent and unique. the problem with most of the current trend of vectors and glows is that they mostly rely on eye candy rather than tension and composition.

    it also would’ve been nice to know who the authors were also rather than ust a link to their web sites.

    nice effort though.

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  2. With one or two exceptions, all of these look the same. That swirly-line-blog look is going to be completely out of style within five years. Mark my words.

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  3. Hi there! I just wanted to thank you for sharing your vast graphic knowledge. As a student, I find that it is unfortunately far too common for professionals to hold out on valuable information, leaving me thirsty for a designer’s education. So, thank you many times over, for inspiring and teaching me something new today. Your help is greatly appreciated.

    Kaitlyn
    Philadelphia, PA

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  4. i believe the title you were actually looking for was “trendy swirly shit.” thanks for taking the time to gather all of that up, though.

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  5. I found the image you selected very similar one from another. Neons colors, trendy shapes, centered composition – and what is more important maybe : images telling NOTHING (even if I like Jeff Soto too).

    Making an image that looks cool is quite easy. Making the same image tell something is much harder.

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  6. I love the design of the little boy running and would love to use this photo on some marketing material. Can anyone use this design or do you need permission?

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  7. Some lovely pieces up there, especially the ones that look “hand made”. Getting fed up of this twirly rainbow abstract laser and lights shit anybody with a cracked copy of Photoshop or Illustrator ca come up with.

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  8. How does one get started in this type of work – do I need more than PS2? Is there a good book/tutorials/package!
    Thanks.

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  9. Some really beautiful designs here. I’m with Leaky Penny on the twirly laser abstract note tho. It’s interesting stuff- a mix between art and design for advertising.

    Check out some of my design work at imageshed.co.uk I’ve been working on abstract design in photoshop and illustrator for the past 10 years. I hope you find my design slightly different to the stuff you get in the computer art magazines… Ciao x L

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