We are presenting some lovely graphic work created by Chicago based illustration designer Scott Tusk. As part of his 365 daily challenge, he created graphic for some historic places from all over the world including Taj Mahal and Aya Sofia.
A self initiated design project for a deck of playing cards. Based on minimal design principles and a limited color pallet I designed a set of playing cards. Using a cotton based paper stock allowed for embossed details to be used on the packaging. This gives the set a luxury look and feel.
Oleg Beresnev is a talented illustration and graphic designer from Prague. His work includes wonderful collection of geometric flat animal world, an experiment he started based on distribution of proportions of the simplified geometric shapes and on emphasizing this shapes with colour.
"I was commissioned by Yota Devices design’s department to develop the new set of official wallpapers for the second generation of their double-screen phone. They asked me to do some illustrations of the most iconic buildings for the cities of Moscow / London / Dubai / Berlin" - says Romain
Vladimir Bloudov is an Illustration and Icon Designer from Grodno, Belarus. He has created some nice iOS Icons including an Icon for game Plane Jane, Slots and Fuel Economy.
We used a creative blend of our own photography, CGI & retouching to create 3 visuals for Havas Worldwide and Stabilo. The agency was inspired by the work of book-carving artist Guy Laramée, but wanted to stretch the creative process to include CGI.
This is a nice project created by Kathi Bondzio where she presents four TV towers based in 4 different cities in Germany. (Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund and Dusseldorf)