MyDesy 淘靈感

Designer: Long Gu This series reminds me of simple asian paintings, that I have seen in books and on cards. Very relaxing to look, in my opinion. Ultimate Graphics Designs is your one stop shop for all your Graphics And Video Solutions!

#packaging

Artifact Masque

Artifact Masque on Packaging of the World - Creative Package Design Gallery. - a grouped images picture

Tea Time Jing Sheng Yu Förpackad -Blogg om Förpackningsdesign, Förpackningar, Grafisk Design - CAPDesign

Best green tea brands uses quality tea leaves and produce the healthiest green tea for your well-being and joyful moments.

An Artfully Inspired Dinner in Charleston, S.C

Poster design

PostersPosters commissioned for the Mono Exhibition at London Design Week. The first poster was for the Dublin leg of the exhibition, listing off all the contributors based on a classic Swiss poster. The second poster is a diagram of the Ali v Foreman fi…

Josh Nychuk (Nychuk Design) Vancouver — works in the field of visual communication as a graphic designer and photographer.

Kelma Card by Anton Shineft

Card

I think I found your personal business card. Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley McGuire // I like the cut-out nature of the main background colour.

Wow, I really love these Lego print ads. They're more than toys, they're imagination and dreams. Really simple concept and clean design, but gets the point across in a way that really resonates.

Lego Print Ad This is a super simple, yet super clever ad that makes use of a single image, and doesn't even use copy. It shows that Lego is more than just a toy - it's about imagination for the kids that use them.

geometric sans serif font, colorful illustration on dark background, justified text with random word breaks

Definitely one of my favorite advertisements that I have seen. The simple visual of the ad is genius because it is promoting exactly what children see when they play with Legos.

This pin is an advertisement for lego and hows two simple blocks which combine to form the shadow of a battleship. It subtly tells the narrative of how simple blocks can be combined with a child's imagination to form other forms.

typography

I like how this example uses a letter as a graphic element like a line. Blowing it up to a size where it reads more as a graphic element than a letter meant to be read.

Pinterest
Search