Designing stationery as part of a branding project is always an enjoyable job. Not only can you express your creativity in the artwork, design for print also allows you to experiment with different paper stocks and inks to create premium quality goods. This post showcases over 40 must see examples of inspirational stationery designs by various talented designers. See how they spread a consistent brand across the various printed products to create a solid identity.
Most of the artwork I produce myself for tutorials here on Blog.SpoonGraphics are based on basic geometric shapes. I’ve had plenty of fun in the past creating posters and designs using various geometric patterns. Today we’re going to take a look at some amazing artwork from elsewhere on the web, all of which are either constructed using polygonal meshes or simplified with basic geometric shapes.
Not only is creating characters lots of fun, it’s also a great way to get to grips with a particular design application. Regardless of whether you’re working in Photoshop or Illustrator, the techniques you learn can be applied to all kinds of projects. This post rounds up some of the best free character design tutorials on the web, every single one has been hand picked for its level of detail and quality of the final result.
I love browsing for hand letting artworks, not only are they a great source of design inspiration, they often promote inspirational sayings or lyrics which can lift your mood on a bad day. This post showcases 30 fantastic hand drawn lettering illustrations, each one boasting the quaint irregularities, textures and character of hand crafted type.
Print is definitely not dead! No matter how big the web becomes the tactile nature of printed material will always form a crucial part of a brand’s overall identity. This post showcases a huge collection of inspirational branding and identity projects with each example presented in a neat layout, often with clever complementary objects that reinforce the theme or style of the design work.
I recently posted an article over on my Line25 blog giving some handy tips on Twitter background design, so I thought it was about time I updated my own profile with a fresh new background. In this post I share my step by step design process and explain how I went about creating the background and Twitter header designs to revamp my profile.