Infographic Maps in Different Formats

Check out this well-designed collection of fully editable infographic maps. Maps of continents, countries, and federal states are often needed in infographics. Studio The Seamuss has created a well-designed collection of maps that can be used in a variety of projects. Each of the 19 graphics is included as PPT, PPTX, KEY, PSD, EPS, AI and JPEG files. Whether Powerpoint, Keynote, Photoshop or Illustrator, every graphic is easy to edit in the software of your choice. Only free fonts have been used. The collection will be updated frequently. When buying the set once, you will get any future update for free. For further information on this great offer, just have a look at the images below or click on the following link. You can get the … Read More

Design by Kreativa Studio

Kreativa Studio: graphic design and development of websites, applications, logotypes, and more. Based in Sisak, Croatia, Kreativa Studio is a forward-thinking design firm founded in 2008. They mainly specialize in a variety of graphic design projects as well as the development of websites, applications, logotypes and much more. Driven by their desire for modern technologies, their aim is to solve clients’ problems in new and unique ways. Some examples of their highly creative work can be found below. For more, please visit their website or follow the studio on Behance and Dribbble. Spindle – Flow. “One of many screens from a machine learning web app that we’re doing for good people at Machine Colony. The client’s vision was to entice users with a futuristic experience through … Read More

Artist Alex Gardner at The Hole NYC

‘RomCom’, new paintings by Alex Gardner at The Hole in New York City. Currently on display at contemporary art gallery The Hole, ‘RomCom’ is Alex Gardner‘s first solo show in New York City. Until October 15, 2017, the exhibition features fourteen new paintings by the Long Beach, California based artist. Nestled in pastel environments, his distinctive ink-black characters are uniformly dressed in white cotton. Using subtle gradients, Alex Gardner’s paintings deal with different feelings and interpersonal relationships throughout simple body language. Gender, race, ethnic or cultural backgrounds, even words are not important anymore. Without a single facial expression, his artworks indicate in gesture and create a wordless “romantic comedy”. A few artworks can be found below. To get further information about the exhibition, please … Read More

Graphic Design and Branding by Livia Ritthaler for Emotional Detox

Graphic design and brand development by Livia Ritthaler for Emotional Detox. Livia Ritthaler is a Berlin, Germany based graphic designer specializing in branding and art direction. She has recently completed this beautiful brand identity for Emotional Detox, a psychological intense coaching. The design offers a classic and high-quality visual experience. Livia Ritthaler used laminated paper, screen printed maps, a deep forest green combined with a touch of super soft pink. Just have a look the images below. For those of you who want to see more of Livia Ritthaler’s graphic work, please visit her website. Graphic design and branding for Emotional Detox. Stationery system. Clean graphic design. Business cards. Emotional Detox is a psychological intense coaching. Modern, clean, and fresh graphic design. Stamp. All images … Read More

Atelier Olschinsky: Deus Ex Machina

Deus ex machina – the sixth digital illustration series in 2017 by Atelier Olschinsky. Once again, Vienna, Austria based creative studio Atelier Olschinsky has released a new series of digital illustrations. Named ‘Deus Ex Machina’, it’s already the sixth series in 2017. Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss of Atelier Olschinsky are working in various fields such as graphic design, digital illustration, photography, and art direction. In addition to their jobs for clients, they like to work on self-initiated projects. Their digital illustrations are mainly characterized by an abstract take on today’s architecture. Just have a look at the images below. For those of you who want to see more of their work, please check out some of our previous features or visit their website and … Read More

TT Mussels Font Family from TypeType

TT Mussels, an edgy, octagonal font family from foundry TypeType. Designed by Vika Usmanova and the TypeType team in 2017, TT Mussels is an octagonal sans serif font family that comes with lots of typographic features. Vika Usmanova and the team paid much attention to the possibility of creating large arrays of text. The standard typeface is accompanied by a stencil version with a changing location of the incisions according to the thickness. Both standard and stencil version come in 9 weights plus matching Italics resulting in a total of 36 typefaces. The font family has a dynamic contrast of horizontal and vertical strokes depending on the weight. TT Mussels is also equipped with a wide range of OpenType features including Superscript, Subscript, Numerator: Denominator, Case sensitive, Proportional figures, Oldstyle … Read More

2017 EyeEm Awards Winners

On Saturday, September 16, EyeEm has announced the 2017 photography awards winners. With over 590,000 submissions, The 2017 EyeEm Awards are again the World’s largest photography competition. On September 16, 2017, the creative community has announced the winners of its annual photography competition. In just under six weeks, they received more than 590,000 submissions from over 88,000 photographers in more than 150 countries. The six category winners as well as the 2017 EyeEm Photographer of the Year were announced during the fourth annual EyeEm Photography Festival & Awards in Berlin, Germany. Below you can find the winners. For further information, please visit the official EyeEm blog. The Community Vote: Robert Torrontegui from Manila, Philippines. The Community Vote: Robert Torrontegui The Architect: Denise Kwong from Sydney, Australia. The Architect: Denise Kwong The Great Outdoors: Guiga Pira from Rio … Read More

Steve Hiett Photography: Polaroids at Madé Gallery, Paris

Madé gallery in Paris currently presents a range of Polaroids shot by fashion photographer Steve Hiett. Steve Hiett is an internationally recognized photographer who’s best known for his distinctive fashion portraits of women in almost picturesque images caused by a strong, saturated light. Paris based gallery Madé currently presents a unique series of Polaroids by Steve Hiett. It’s a very special and quite personal collection. Each element of the scene has been captured with a Polaroid 180, before he photographed the models. With a strong passion for paintings and graphics, the British fashion photographer creates images that tell stories. His photography combines fashion with poetry and the pictorial settings inspired by paintings. The Polaroid series consists of numerous superimposed close-ups. These photographic collages are now … Read More

Marseille Art Deco Font

Marseille, an Art Deco-inspired font from Louise Fili Ltd. Designed by Louise Fili and Nicholas Misani in 2017, Marseille is a beautiful Art Deco-inspired font. It is mainly based on Louise Fili’s beautiful cover design for the Marguerite Duras novel, The Lover. This elegant display typeface includes both caps and lowercase letters. Its extensive character set supports more than 200 languages. Marseille is well suited for a variety of typographic needs including book cover designs, vintage inspired packaging, elegant logos, wedding invitations, just to name a few. Its distinctive flair conveys a timeless and elegant touch. This beautiful Art Deco font is currently available as an introductory offer on MyFonts. To get further information, just follow the link below. You can get the typeface here. Marseille … Read More

Baugasm Round II

The second year of Vasjen Katro’s daily poster project, Baugasm. Some months ago, I introduced you to Vasjen Katro’s Baugasm project. The Tirana, Albania based visual designer has started the project with the goal to create one poster a day for one year. After finishing one year without missing a single day, Vasjen has decided to continue the project for another year. Below you can find some of my favorites from round two. Vasjen Katro masterfully combines simple graphic shapes with 3D objects and a vivid range of colors. On his website, you can find several tutorials to learn how to do those graphics. To see more posters of the Baugasm project, just have a look at the Instagram account: @baugasm Day 182, an explosion of … Read More

Camar Vintage Font by Juan Miguel

Camar, a stylish typeface for display use. Designed in 2017 by Juan Miguel with a strong influence from vintage designs and typography, it’s a bold, clean, and simple all caps display font. It is well suited for short and strong headlines. You can get the Camar vintage font as OTF file. It contains 187 glyphs plus some international characters. Feel free to have a look at the images below or click on the following link to purchase the font for a very low budget on Creative Market. You can get it here. Camar is a stylish typeface for display use. It has been designed by Juan Miguel aka Don Marciano. Bold, clean and simple all caps deco style. It includes 187 glyphs plus some international characters. It is perfect … Read More

Iceland from Above – Photography by Kevin Krautgartner

Iceland from above – breathtaking aerial photography by Kevin Krautgartner. Kevin Krautgartner is a Wuppertal, Germany based photographer who specializes in both landscape and architectural photography. On a trip to Iceland in 2016 he has captured a series of stunning aerial shots. His images show the uniqueness and diversity of Iceland’s nature. A small selection can be found below – just sit back and enjoy some nice bird’s-eye views. For more of Kevin Krautgartner’s outstanding photographic work, please visit his website or follow him on Behance and Instagram. A wild river embedded between green mountains. The mighty glacier captured from above. Bird’s-eye view of the coast. Shades of blue and turquoise meet with earthy shades. That dry area almost looks like a … Read More

Adidas Fitness App Icons by TRÜF

Adidas icons designed by studio TRÜF for a unique and modern fitness app. Studio TRÜF was recently commissioned by Adidas to create a range of modern and minimalist icons for their new All Day app that tracks everything you do throughout the day including wellness, nutrition, movement, and rest. The edgy, kind of abstract icons feel cohesive with the trendsetting UX design as well as the colorful brand experience of Adidas. The idea behind the design is to depict gestural movements and feelings in an abstract manner. It’s a nice take on graphic shapes. Just have a look at the images below. You can find more of TRÜF’s graphic work on their website. Adidas icons designed by studio TRÜF for a unique and modern fitness … Read More

Elements: 3D Experimental Animation by Maxim Zhestkov

Elements, an artistic and experimental 3D animation created by Maxim Zhestkov. Maxim Zhestkov is a Russia based visual artist and art director specializing in animation, design, and cinematography. During the past years, he has worked for an impressive range of clients including brands such as Google, Microsoft, Fox, MTV, IDEO, BMW, Ford, FutureBrand, and many others. Besides all the commissioned projects, he loves to work on self-initiated short films. Elements is an experimental animation about nature, physics, art, and love. Using 2 billion 3D elements, Maxim Zhestkov has created a mind-blowing animation to show different states of mind through the motion of collective behavior. He says the film was made to explore the idea that everything around and inside us is made from simple elements. These … Read More