Amazing examples of watercolor designs

03.09.2015, 12:20

Enjoy an explosion of colors!

When we think about watercolor, we shouldn’t only think about a beautiful painting that will hang forever on our walls or a museum’s. Definitely this amazing technique isn’t a thing of the past and is a great way for graphic designers and agencies to make a concept stand out of the crowd. How? Because it utilizes its traditional feel to the best, catch people’s attention with bright colors and is also fantastic if you’re in need of a simple yet effective design!

See for yourself and we’re sure you will be convinced and inspired by how those artists used watercolor for their products! And we also bet you will be amazed by its versatility as it’s used for so many sphere of activities and so many purposes!

Only Best Sellers – Mega Bundle! vol.3

Source: Peter Olexa, Dealjumbo News, Alex Zeppelin, Marcus Vaz, Artimasa Studio, Ian Bernard

by Peter Olexa, Dealjumbo News, Alex Zeppelin, Marcus Vaz, Artimasa Studio, Ian Bernard via behance.net
© Peter Olexa, Dealjumbo News, Alex Zeppelin, Marcus Vaz, Artimasa Studio, Ian Bernard

Savon Stories

Source: Menta.

by Menta. via behance.net
© Menta.

Textile design

Source: Natalia Tyulkina

by Natalia Tyulkina via behance.net
© Natalia Tyulkina

fashion illustration

Source: jungwoo kasiq

by jungwoo kasiq via behance.net
© jungwoo kasiq

Watercolor works

Source: Killien Huynh

by Killien Huynh via behance.net
© Killien Huynh

Happy Weekend!

Source: Ekaterina Koroleva

by Ekaterina Koroleva via behance.net
© Ekaterina Koroleva

Sen

Source: sang miao

by sang miao via behance.net
© sang miao

Rachael (watercolor illustration)

Source: Hector Trunnec

by Hector Trunnec via behance.net
© Hector Trunnec

Book illustration

Source: Natalia Tokareva

by Natalia Tokareva via behance.net
© Natalia Tokareva

Rebus. watercolor 2010-2011.

Source: Dima Rebus

by Dima Rebus via behance.net
© Dima Rebus

Watercolor Pizza

Source: Natalia Tokareva

by Natalia Tokareva via behance.net
© Natalia Tokareva

HANNIBAL

Source: Sophie Varela

by Sophie Varela via behance.net
© Sophie Varela

Seasons : Winter – collection of poems for children

Source: Mari Zaremba

by Mari Zaremba via behance.net
© Mari Zaremba

L’Artisan Confiturier – Illustrated Jam Packaging

Source: Nathalie Ouederni, Juan Carlos Blanco

by Nathalie Ouederni, Juan Carlos Blanco via behance.net
© Nathalie Ouederni, Juan Carlos Blanco

The blue olive’s packaging

Source: josie vo

by josie vo via behance.net
© josie vo

architectural watercolors vol 4

Source: Maja Wrońska
by Maja Wrońska via behance.net
© Maja Wrońska

Passage – Watercolor

Source: nicolasjolly

by nicolasjolly via deviantart.com
© nicolasjolly

Louvre – Watercolor Study

Source: AuroraWienhold
by AuroraWienhold via deviantart.com
© AuroraWienhold

Watercolor: Cafe Sweet

Source: taho
by taho via deviantart.com
© taho

Illustration compilation

Source: Mercedes deBellard
by Mercedes deBellard via behance.net
© Mercedes deBellard

Biggest cover up

Source: koraykaragozler
by koraykaragozler via deviantart.com
© koraykaragozler

Watercolor

Source: Little Thunder
by Little Thunder via behance.net
© Little Thunder

tatt

Source: dopeindulgence
by dopeindulgence via deviantart.com
© dopeindulgence

Fight Club Watercolor

Source: theonlybriman47
by theonlybriman47 via deviantart.com
© theonlybriman47

Sherlock Opening – London Watercolor

Source: NekoWork
by NekoWork via deviantart.com
© NekoWork

Wedding Invitations

Source: Anastasia Kolesnikova

by Anastasia Kolesnikova via behance.net
© Anastasia Kolesnikova

ProColombia Juices

Source: Rafael Borges
by Rafael Borges via behance.net
© Rafael Borges

2015 Watercolor Calendar

Source: Nguyen Thuy Anh
by Nguyen Thuy Anh via behance.net
© Nguyen Thuy Anh

Impressions of London

Source: Stefan Bleekrode
by Stefan Bleekrode via behance.net
© Stefan Bleekrode

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Artistic and incredible sculptures

20.08.2015, 11:53

Art takes many forms!

Sculpting„. This is such a wide concept and big word! Everything, every magnificent 3D creations (or not) fall under this category that it’s quite hard to really set up any limit to this form of art!

A sculpture can be a highly-detailed paper cut of a bird, or a beautiful woman made of wire or even a strange creature coming from a fairytale made of chips of wood and paper. But surely this art will never stop to amaze us and this is why we wanted to pay it a tribute through some very talented artists!

You are an artist yourself and would like to promote your work? Order our flyers or posters for your next exhibition!

GROW UP

Source: Katarina Pridavkova

by Katarina Pridavkova via behance.net
© Katarina Pridavkova

Dog Head Stool

Source: Paolo del Toro

by Paolo del Toro via behance.net
© Paolo del Toro

Mizuka Figure

Source: Atelier Sentô

by Atelier Sentô via behance.net
© Atelier Sentô

Untitled

Source: Tamsin van Essen

by Tamsin van Essen
© Tamsin van Essen

Deconstruction of America

Source: Mike Campau

by Mike Campau via behance.net
© Mike Campau

Lookout

Source: Erika Sanada

by Erika Sanada
© Erika Sanada

Leaves 3D

Source: Susanna Bauer

by Susanna Bauer
© Susanna Bauer

Carnival Paper – paper sculptures

Source: Carlos Meira

by Carlos Meira via behance.net
© Carlos Meira

Birds I’ve been

Source: Maude White

by Maude White
© Maude White

360°Book Sweet Home

Source: Yusuke Oono

by Yusuke Oono
© Yusuke Oono

INCIPIT

Source: Edoardo Tresoldi

by Edoardo Tresoldi
© Edoardo Tresoldi

New NY Bridge Book Sculpture

Source: Wet Canvas

by Wet Canvas via deviantart.com
© Wet Canvas

Head of Goliath, Tribeca Park, Manhattan, NYC

Source: Nicolas Holiber

by Nicolas Holiber via behance.net
© Nicolas Holiber

DREAMS-Crocodile | 逐梦记-鳄

Source: Wang Ruilin 王 瑞琳

by Wang Ruilin 王 瑞琳 via behance.net
© Wang Ruilin 王 瑞琳

TWIST sculpture series (2014-15)

Source: holger lippmann

by holger lippmann via behance.net
© holger lippmann

a feral antiquity I

Source: Ellen Jewett
by Ellen Jewett
© Ellen Jewett

SON MYUNG HEE

Source: Seung Mo Park

by Seung Mo Park
© Seung Mo Park

Tiger

Source: selçuk yılmaz
by selçuk yılmaz via behance.net
© selçuk yılmaz

Untitled

Source: Sergei Bobkov
by Sergei Bobkov
© Sergei Bobkov

Untitled

Source: Ignacio Canal Aracil
by  Ignacio Canal Aracil
© Ignacio Canal Aracil

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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30 examples of creative packaging

13.08.2015, 8:36

Judge the book by its cover!

To sell a good product, you have to think about so many things! You have to wonder how to advertise it, then market it toward potential customers, introduce it to your collaborators to sponsor it the best they can… this and the fact that you will need to create the best presentation possible once it will be on the market.

For this, designers and agencies put a lot of effort and creativity into beautiful and “out of the ordinary” designs, as it is vital for the product to stand out of the crowd.

We gathered some really good examples of creative packaging that will surely inspire you. May they also show you how awesome a product can be when this art is well done!

Frutaria

Source: Estúdio Cão, Thiago Gil Riboura

by Estúdio Cão, Thiago Gil Riboura via behance.net
© Estúdio Cão, Thiago Gil Riboura

Moon Fox

Source: Moon Fox

by Moon Fox via behance.net
© Moon Fox

Concentration

Source: Mucho

by Mucho via behance.net
© Mucho

URBAN OASIS

Source: Andrea Mangone

by Andrea Mangone via behance.netby Andrea Mangone via behance.net
© Andrea Mangone

Packaging // Micelle // Soap

Source: Maurizio Pagnozzi

by Maurizio Pagnozzi via behance.net
© Maurizio Pagnozzi

Heist & Roth

Source: Robinsson Cravents

by Robinsson Cravents via behance.net
© Robinsson Cravents

Make me some music

Source: Anna Katrin Karlsson

by Anna Katrin Karlssonvia behance.net
© Anna Katrin Karlsson

Dueling Grandmas

Source: Tré Seals

by Tré Seals via behance.net
© Tré Seals

Ownluck

Source: Sabbath Visuals, Javier Torres

by Sabbath Visuals, Javier Torres via behance.net
© Sabbath Visuals, Javier Torres

FRUTITAS

Source: Paris+Hendzel Studio

by Paris+Hendzel Studio via behance.net
© Paris+Hendzel Studio

BLEU

Source: Paula Murarescu

by Paula Murarescu via behance.netby Paula Murarescu via behance.net
© Paula Murarescu

Premium Milk Packaging Design

Source: Martin Merino Ronda

by Martin Merino Ronda
© Martin Merino Ronda

Triticum barra de flama

Source: Lo Siento

by Lo Siento
© Lo Siento

Untitled

Source: Lacy Kuhn

by Lacy Kuhn
© Lacy Kuhn

Whitebites Package Design

Source: Cecila Uhr

by Cecila Uhr
© Cecila Uhr

Poilu

Source: Simon Laliberté
by Simon Laliberté via behance.net
© Simon Laliberté

Thelma’s: Branding

Source: Saturday MFG

by Saturday MFG
© Saturday MFG

Tea Concept

Source: Natalia Ponomareva
by Natalia Ponomareva
© Natalia Ponomareva

Urbex: Castle of Bonnelles

Source: Ben Thorpe
by Ben Thorpe
© Ben Thorpe

«Pasta la vista»

Source: ANDREW GORKOVENKO
by ANDREW GORKOVENKO
© ANDREW GORKOVENKO

Juice Box

Source: Shin Seah
by Shin Seah via deviantart.com
© Shin Seah

Sushi packaging

Source: Steffer Rose 0622
by Steffer Rose 0622 via deviantart.com
© Steffer Rose 0622

Davy Jones packaging

Source: Ping
by Ping via deviantart.com
© Ping

CD Packaging: Glenn Miller

Source: Tin
by Tin via deviantart.com
© Tin

Boxer Pants Packaging

Source: Bayu Wiranagara
by Bayu Wiranagara via deviantart.com
© Bayu Wiranagara

Trata OnIce Packaging

Source: Beetroot
by Beetroot
© Beetroot

Moccato

Source: Lucas Campoi, Plau Design, Dominique Kronemberger, Flora de Carvalho
by Lucas Campoi, Plau Design, Dominique Kronemberger, Flora de Carvalho via behance.net
© Lucas Campoi, Plau Design, Dominique Kronemberger, Flora de Carvalho

Packing of milk

Source: Andrey Plotnikov
by Andrey Plotnikov via behance.net
© Andrey Plotnikov

POSTER PACKAGING

Source: ZUP ASSOCIATI
by ZUP ASSOCIATI via behance.netby ZUP ASSOCIATI via behance.net
© ZUP ASSOCIATI

Packing of milk

Source: Ian Gregory
by Ian Gregory via deviantart.com
© Ian Gregory

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Food designs for your restaurant or coffeeshop

02.07.2015, 10:35

Good food for thought!

Nowadays, images are everything! Like we say: „a picture is worth a thousand words“ and it’s more and more true in our lives everyday. You cannot walk on a street and not see large panels advertising this or this product. Like every company a restaurant, coffeeshop or bar needs advertising in order to get as many customers as possible. And for this what better option to use than pictures and nice designs?

Today, we propose you to have a look at some creative designs and photos of food products! Be inspired by those artists and maybe you could create your next posters, menu cards or place mats place mats for your restaurant, coffeeshop or bar!

This is How We Vegas

Source: Marmalade Bleue

by Marmalade Bleue via behance.net
© Marmalade Bleue

Dublin’s Eat’O’Nomics

Source: Peter Donnelly

by Peter Donnelly via behance.net
© Peter Donnelly

Seis Chiles — Mexican Cuisine.

Source: Sabbath Visuals

by Sabbath Visuals via behance.net
© Sabbath Visuals

Jucy Lu

Source: Dany V Sanchez, El Autobus

by Dany V Sanchez, El Autobus via behance.net
© Dany V Sanchez, El Autobus

Beautiful China Town

Source: MATHERY studio

by MATHERY studio via behance.net
© MATHERY studio

Food Shot

Source: Yosef Refaeli

by Yosef Refaeli via behance.net
© Yosef Refaeli

Leggo’s Providore Series

Source: Electric Art

by Electric Art via behance.net
© Electric Art

Food illustrations for Campus-cooking

Source: Natalia Tyulkina

by Natalia Tyulkina via behance.net
© Natalia Tyulkina

A Yummy Curated Gallery 2014

Source: Chris LaBrooy

by Chris LaBrooy via behance.net
© Chris LaBrooy

Yamish

Source: Wafaa Samir

by Wafaa Samir via behance.net
© Wafaa Samir

Spaghetti Western

Source: Adrian & Gidi

by Adrian & Gidi via behance.net
© Adrian & Gidi

food (2)

Source: Peechaya Burroughs

by Peechaya Burroughs via behance.net
© Peechaya Burroughs

Spilled milk: still life with twisted splashes

Source: Dina Belenko

by Dina Belenko via behance.net
© Dina Belenko

New Yorker – Bar Tab April/June

Source: Jeannie Phan

by Jeannie Phan via behance.net
© Jeannie Phan

„Food for Thought“ books concept

Source: Maria Mordvintseva-Keeler

by Maria Mordvintseva-Keeler via behance.net
© Maria Mordvintseva-Keeler

Healthy food

Source: Berd .

by Berd . via behance.net
© Berd .

Z-Alphabet

Source: CESS ™
by CESS ™ via behance.net
© CESS ™

DINER

Source: Erik van Tienhoven van Weezel
by Erik van Tienhoven van Weezel via behance.net
© Erik van Tienhoven van Weezel

Food Photography

Source: Abdalla Saleh
by Abdalla Saleh via behance.net
© Abdalla Saleh

„Life is sweet“ macarons

Source: Sonice Design
by Sonice Design via behance.net
© Sonice Design

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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30 colored versions of historical pictures

04.06.2015, 8:48

Travel back through time!

How great would it be to take a time machine and to jump back in time! This would be so interesting to have a glance at how life used to be, how people were, if things were easier or harder back then…
Today, we wanted to introduce to you to some talented artists that decided to breath a little bit of life into some wonderful historical photographs.

They had the brilliant idea to add colors; quite simple idea but making such a difference! This technique however is different from the one called autochrome invented by the Lumière Brothers.

Be ready to travel our History through these astonishing pictures!


French philosopher Albert Camus

Source: Jared Enos

by Jared Enos via flickr
© Jared Enos

Company B, U.S. Engineer Battalion

Source: Alan Agius

by Alan Agius via flickr
© Alan Agius

The Crew of Lancaster „C for Charlie“

Source: Photo Retrofit

by Photo Retrofit
© Photo Retrofit

Cherry Blossom, Washington DC 1925

Source: Dynamichrome

by Dynamichrome
© Dynamichrome

Harry Houdini, 1912

Source: Danar Keller

by Danar Keller
© Danar Keller

Malcolm X chats with Mohammad Ali

Source: JohnnyMex

by JohnnyMex via deviantart.com
© JohnnyMex

„Anne Frank’s Father, 1960“

Source: Laiz Kuczynski

by Laiz Kuczynski
© Laiz Kuczynski

Untitled

Source: Ryan Urban

by Ryan Urban via Instagram
© Ryan Urban

Evening stroll along the broadwalk, Atlantic City, ca 1905

Source: Sanna Dullaway

by Sanna Dullaway
© Sanna Dullaway

Film icon, Audrey Hepburn, ca 1953

Source: Ellie Swain

by Ellie Swain
© Ellie Swain

Portland to Peaks Island Ferry 1904

Source: Imbuedwithhues

by Imbuedwithhues
© Imbuedwithhues

Russian prisoner captured during The Winter War, circa 1940.

Source: JohnnyMex

by JohnnyMex via deviantart.com
© JohnnyMex

Girl with umbrella Louisiana, 1937 | Colorized

Source: JohnnyMex

by JohnnyMex via deviantart.com
© JohnnyMex

Swimsuit police 1922

Source: Imbuedwithues

by Imbuedwithues
© Imbuedwithues

„John Dillinger“

Source: Paul Edwards

by Paul Edwards
© Paul Edwards

Untitled

Source: Paul Edwards
by Paul Edwards
© Paul Edwards

JAMMIE REYNOLDS, daredevil, 1917.

Source: Dynamichrome

Dynamichrome via instagram
© Dynamichrome

„Winston Churchill and his daughter“

Source: Mads Madsen
by Mads Madsen
© Mads Madsen

„Charlie Chaplin and his wife“

Source: Mads Madsen
by Mads Madsen
© Mads Madsen

Old Absinthe House on Bourbon St., New Orleans 1907

Source: Ryan Urban
by Ryan Urban via instagram
© Ryan Urban

Senorita Lenore Riviero With Antony Jannus In A Rex Smith Aeroplane, Washington, D.C., circa 1911

Source: Ryan Urban
by Ryan Urban via instagram
© Ryan Urban

Untitled

Source: William Doran
by William Doran
© William Doran

Untitled

Source: Laiz Kuczynski
by Laiz Kuczynski
© Laiz Kuczynski

Untitled

Source: Laiz Kuczynski
by Laiz Kuczynski
© Laiz Kuczynski

Untitled

Source: Dynamichrome
by Laiz Kuczynski
© Dynamichrome

Doffer Boys, Georgia, USA, 1909

Source: Dynamichrome
by Dynamichrome
© Dynamichrome

Miss Walton, in a portrait taken by photographer Mathew Brady.

Source: Alan Agius
by Alan Agius
© Alan Agius


A soldier of the Machine Gun Corps in a sheepskin coat kissing a French farm-girl, 1917

Source: Jared Enos

by Jared Enos via flickr
© Jared Enos

British Tattoo Artist George Burchett, ca 1930

Source: Danar Keller

by Danar Keller
© Danar Keller

Al Capone’s soup kitchen during the Great Depression, Chicago, 1931

Source: Danar Keller

by Danar Keller
© Danar Keller

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Examples of original logos for your company

21.05.2015, 9:33

Give your business an original touch!

We know it well: a logo is a fundamental part of a company! This is the first thing a customer, a future partner or a contributor will see once opening a letter or going to your website. This is what will define your brand’s identity, your company’s personality for as long as your business will live!
Today, we decided to show you logos full of originality and also beauty in every style and genre you could encounter.
Don’t forget a logo could be perfect on your business cards as well as stickers.

Harvey Ventures

Source: Chad Michael Studio

by Chad Michael Studio via behance.net
© Chad Michael Studio

60 logos in 60 days

Source: Karoline Tynes

by Karoline Tynes via behance.net
© Karoline Tynes

Mixed Marks

Source: George Bukha

by George Bukha via behance.net
© George Bukha

Coffee House London – Brand identity

Source: Reynolds and Reyner

by Reynolds and Reyner via behance.net
© Reynolds and Reyner

Various works – part 3

Source: Mike

by Mike via behance.net
© Mike

Broodje van eigen deeg

Source: Jeroen van Eerden

by Jeroen van Eerden via behance.net
© Jeroen van Eerden

Eucaminas logo

Source: tutom

by  tutom via deviantart.com
© tutom

Butcher’s Plate

Source: Martin Schmetzer

by Martin Schmetzer via behance.net
© Martin Schmetzer

Oud & Roses

Source: Ibraheem Alshwihi

by Ibraheem Alshwihi  via behance.net
© Ibraheem Alshwihi

Branding // Pistinega // Juice Bar

Source: Maurizio Pagnozzi

by Maurizio Pagnozzi via behance.net
© Maurizio Pagnozzi

Lettering Logo Design vol. 5

Source: Dalibor Momcilovic

by Dalibor Momcilovic via behance.net
© Dalibor Momcilovic

Strong & Stout Brewery

Source: Taylor Lee

by Taylor Lee via behance.net
© Taylor Lee

AMAIO

Source: Ramin Nasibov

by Ramin Nasibov via behance.net
© Ramin Nasibov

Florian

Source: Nora Kaszanyi

by Nora Kaszanyi via behance.net
© Nora Kaszanyi

Jacques Kharlakian Jewellery

Source: Industria HED Branding Studio and Dmitry Gerais

by Industria HED Branding Studio and Dmitry Gerais via behance.net
© Industria HED Branding Studio and Dmitry Gerais

Rain Wine Animation

Source: Misha Petrick and Might & Petrick
by Misha Petrick and Might & Petrick via behance.net
© Misha Petrick and Might & Petrick

Coffee Masters 2015

Source: Benjamin Sepulveda

by Benjamin Sepulveda via behance.net
© Benjamin Sepulveda

Armour

Source: the Kinetic
by the Kinetic via behance.net
© the Kinetic

Alphabet of the Countries. Final Release

Source: Pavel Zertsikel
Pavel Zertsikel via behance.net
© Pavel Zertsikel

Logo Collection 04

Source: Predrag Milankovic
by Predrag Milankovic via behance.net
© Predrag Milankovic

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Beautiful illustrations of famous video games

05.05.2015, 11:01

A great tribute to timeless games!

Some may find it a waste of time, some may enjoy them when they’re with their friends but clearly video games are such a part of our lives we cannot ignore their existence. They’re not only allowing us to sit and play sometimes for hours, they’re also making us dive into some magical adventures where places, the story and characters will always remain in our memories.

It is surely an art like no others and this is why we wanted to share it with you through some beautiful illustrations made by talented artists and true fans. Maybe those could be great inspirations if you’re throwing a gaming party and need flyers to do so? If you’re a gaming YouTuber, maybe you’d be happy to distribute promotional postcards for your channel in your next convention?

Enjoy these artworks of retro and recently released games!

GTA V: Launch Piece

Source: PatrickBrown

by PatrickBrown via deviantart.com
© PatrickBrown

Ukiyoe Character Series

Source: Takao Nakagawa

by Takao Nakagawa via behance.net
© Takao Nakagawa

Minimalist Video Games

Source: Paul Wade

by Paul Wade via behance.net
© Paul Wade

Majora’s Mask

Source: Daniel Shaffer

by Daniel Shaffer via behance.net
© Daniel Shaffer

Bioshock

Source: ron-guyatt

by ron-guyatt via deviantart.com
© ron-guyatt

Borderlands Character Portraits

Source: Benjamin Olive

by Benjamin Olive via behance.net
© Benjamin Olive

Assassin’s Creed Unity

Source: michelefrigo

by michelefrigo via deviantart.com
© michelefrigo

Street Fighter 6 cover

Source: udoncrew

by udoncrew via deviantart.com
© udoncrew

Game On

Source: Rahul Parihar

by Rahul Parihar via behance.net
© Rahul Parihar

Galaxy At Peace

Source: Matthew Ware

by Matthew Ware via behance.net
© Matthew Ware

Games

Source: Benjamin Olive

by Benjamin Olive via behance.net
© Benjamin Olive

Lara Croft – Low Poly

Source: Olivier Van Triel

by Olivier Van Triel via behance.net
© Olivier Van Triel

Our Heroes!

Source: Juan Rivera

by Juan Rivera via behance.net
© Juan Rivera

Vanishing Grace

Source: Nick Carro

by Nick Carro via behance.net
© Nick Carro

Half Life

Source: Lewsis

by Lewsis via deviantart.com
© Lewsis

Illidan vs Arthas

Source: VAHAMAHA
by VAHAMAHA via deviantart.com
© VAHAMAHA

Dark Souls: Artorias the Abysswalker

Source: aerie

by aerie via deviantart.com
© aerie

Madness Returns | AT

Source: DragonOlong
by DragonOlong via deviantart.com
© DragonOlong

Fallout

Source: Bangbez
by Bangbez via deviantart.com
© Bangbez

Revisiting Video Game Symbols

Source: David Goh
by David Goh via behance.net
© David Goh

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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30 examples of beautiful black and white photos

30.04.2015, 10:58

A slice of poetry!

As Ted Grant said: “When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!”.

This is exactly what those photographers, from whom we collected 30 amazing photos, are showing through their art. Taking a black and white picture is sometimes more than catching a beautiful moment. It goes beyond that, emphasizing someone’s expression, showing some texture in a beautiful landscape no one would have noticed before.

Sometimes, you could even be mistaken as some of them do look like paintings.
Be inspired by those stunning examples that definitely proves that black and white photographs are far from being boring and lifeless!

Camargue

Source: Achim Lippoth

by Achim Lippoth via behance.net
© Achim Lippoth

Castles made of sand

Source: Andy Lee

by Andy Lee via Behance.net
© Andy Lee

Wisdom for my children, life lessons though…

Source: Brandon Kidwell

by Brandon Kidwell via behance.net
© Brandon Kidwell

Mystery Garden / Le Mile Magazine

Source: Elizaveta Porodina

by Elizaveta Porodina via behance.net
© Elizaveta Porodina

Lyubov Andreyeva and Denis Klimuk

Source: Vadim Stein

by Vadim Stein via behance.net
© Vadim Stein

Dark Hours

Source: Rupert Vandervell

by Rupert Vandervell via behance.net
© Rupert Vandervell

TOKYO

Source: Alexandre Mounayer

by Alexandre Mounayer via behance.net
© Alexandre Mounayer

Watched

Source: Marta Bevacqua

by Marta Bevacqua via behance.net
© Marta Bevacqua

Portraiture

Source: Gülnur Duruzoy

by Gülnur Duruzoy via behance.net
© Gülnur Duruzoy

Armenian Mountains

Source: Eliza Malkhasyan

by Eliza Malkhasyan via behance.net
© Eliza Malkhasyan

Dreamland

Source: Vassilis Tangoulis

by Vassilis Tangoulis via behance.net
© Vassilis Tangoulis

Like little dancers

Source: Dani Stites

by Dani Stites via behance.net
© Dani Stites

“Florence” / Polyptych

Source: Alex T

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© Alex T

Space & Beyond

Source: Nick Frank

by Nick Frank via behance.net
© Nick Frank

Trees

Source: Snow Robert Peek Fotographie

by Snow Robert Peek Fotographie via behance.net
© Snow Robert Peek Fotographie

Experimenting with some new fig leaves

Source: Emanuele Marzocca
by Emanuele Marzocca via behance.net
© Emanuele Marzocca

Lands of Nowhere

Source: Sten Schneider

by Sten Schneider via behance.net
© Sten Schneider

Mackelli Campaign 2015

Source: Henrik Adamsen
by Henrik Adamsen via behance.net
© Henrik Adamsen

Obscure Lights

Source: Ranko Blazina
by Ranko Blazina via behance.net
© Ranko Blazina

Near Light

Source: Nuno Andrade
by Nuno Andrade via behance.net
© Nuno Andrade

B&W shots in Rocca Sinibalda

Source: Emmanuelle Marzocca
by Emmanuelle Marzocca via behance.net
© Emmanuelle Marzocca

Relax

Source: Miki Takahashi
by Miki Takahashi via behance.net
© Miki Takahashi

D’Orsay watches / relojes d’Orsay

Source: Eduardo Perucha Esteban
by Eduardo Perucha Esteban via behance.net
© Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Ivory and Ebony

Source: Laurent Baheux
by Laurent Baheux
© Laurent Baheux

Portraits of animals

Source: Lukas Holas
by Lukas Holas via behance.net
© Lukas Holas

Colorado Landscapes CLG Folio

Source: Craig Getchius
by Craig Getchius via behance.net
© Craig Getchius

Beautrees

Source: Kashish Tandon
by Kashish Tandon via behance.net
© Kashish Tandon

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Creations with a beautiful Steampunk touch

09.04.2015, 9:58

For the 19th-century passionate geek!

Have you heard of the Steampunk genre? According to wikipediaSteampunk refers to a subgenre of science fiction and sometimes fantasy—also in recent years a fashion and lifestyle movement—that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.“

If you’ve read some Jules Verne’s novels then you perfectly know what Steampunk is. Think about the Captain Nemo and the Nautilus and you will get this strange but somehow fascinating atmosphere!

Nowadays, the Steampunk genre is quite wide and many artists, from the illustrator to the fashion designer, created some great artworks and pieces as a tribute to this genre. But it isn’t always about putting a few gears on a hat as the people we will introduce you to today created true masterpieces.

If you are yourself a fan of this genre or would like to become one, we hope that you will feel inspired by what you’re going to see. And don’t forget that some good posters can always be a good start for people to see your Steampunk creations!

Steampunk Gameboy

Source: Elise Siegwald
by Elise Siegwald via behance.net
© Elise Siegwald

Steampunk Star Wars – Stromtrooper

Source: Bjorn Hurri

by Bjorn Hurri
© Bjorn Hurri

Ozone Battery

Source: Ivan Mavrovic

by Ivan Mavrovic
© Ivan Mavrovic

Wasp

Source: Edouard Martinet

by Edouard Martinet
© Edouard Martinet

Steampunk Icarus Wings MK5

Source: steampunk22

by steampunk22 via deviantart.com
© steampunk22

Steampunk Dragon

Source: kerembeyit

by kerembeyit via deviantart.com
© kerembeyit

Steampunk Mad Scientists Cosplay Ring

Source: CatherineRings

by CatherineRings via deviantart.com
© CatherineRings

Steampunk

Source: fiorinox

by fiorinox via deviantart.com
© fiorinox

Steampunk Batman

Source: R-Tan

by R-Tan via deviantart.com
© R-Tan

Powered Steampunk Gauntlet

Source: CraftedSteampunk

by CraftedSteampunk via deviantart.com
© CraftedSteampunk

Steampunk Computer

Source: steamworker

by steamworker via deviantart.com
© steamworker

Creepy Bottles

Source: Frater Orion

by Frater Orion via deviantart.com
© Frater Orion

SteamPunk

Source: DZIU09

by DZIU09 via deviantart.com
© DZIU09

Steampunk spider 2

Source: hardwidge

by hardwidge via deviantart.com
© hardwidge

Steampunk Notebook

Source: Diarment

by Diarment via deviantart.com
© Diarment

Steampunk madame

Source: martinacecilia

by martinacecilia via deviantart.com
© martinacecilia

Steampunk ship: Brassheart

Source: industrial-forest
by industrial-forest via deviantart.com
© industrial-forest

Steampunk Skipper

Source: ursulav

by ursulav via deviantart.com
© ursulav

Steampunk Gotham

Source: seangordonmurphy

© seangordonmurphy

Deus Ex Machina

Source: Alain Bellino
by Alain Bellino via behance.net
© Alain Bellino

Steampunk 2012 – 2013

Source: Mike
by Mike via behance.net
© Mike

Gladiator Story

Source: Aleksandr Kuskov
by Aleksandr Kuskov via behance.net
© Aleksandr Kuskov

Steampunk movie pt2

Source: Nikita Pilyukshin
by Nikita Pilyukshin via behance.net
© Nikita Pilyukshin

Fugitive cat

Source: Paula Duta
by Paula Duta via behance.net
© Paula Duta

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Beautiful design for your Easter greeting cards

01.04.2015, 9:19

Happy Easter!

Ah, the beautiful season of spring! This is definitely an inspirational one and this thanks to Easter and the summertime getting closer and closer.

The only problem with such famous themes is that you quickly and certainly end up reproducing what others are doing or simply reproducing what you’ve already done before. This is so tricky and difficult to stand out of the crowd and be original when symbols such as the Easter bunny or the eggs are everywhere, inseparable from the concept of such a celebration.

This is where those talented artists make a difference! They cleverly inspired themselves from every Easter-related themes and symbols to make them their own, giving us a different and original approach to them.

These designs could be of great use for your inspiration if you would like to stand out of the crowd this year and make a good impression on your customer. Try this concept with our flyer or postcards!

Koko Black Chocolates

Source: Eirian Chapman

Eirian Chapman via behance.net
© Eirian Chapman

Happy Easter from the Rusted Pixel

Source: The Rusted Pixel

by The Rusted Pixel via behance.net
© The Rusted Pixel

Easter Type

Source: Zim & Zou

by Zim & Zou via behance.net
© Zim & Zou

Suzanna Victoria – Ovos de Pascoa

Source: Rodrigo COA

by Rodrigo COA via behance.net
© Rodrigo COA

Happy easter card

Source: Julia Zinchenko

by Julia Zinchenko  via behance.net
© Julia Zinchenko

Happy Easter 2011

Source: Izabela Kuzyszyn

by Izabela Kuzyszyn via behance.net
© Izabela Kuzyszyn

Easter Bicycle Cards

Source: Magda Nowacki

by Daniel Danger
© Magda Nowacki

Some Bunnies

Source: Q. Cassetti

by Q. Cassetti via behance.net
© Q. Cassetti

Vintage Easter Badges and Insignia

Source: Joshua Brian

by Joshua Brian via behance.net
© Joshua Brian

High Tea with Easter bunnies

Source: Kenny Lam

by Kenny Lam via Behance.net
© Kenny Lam

Easter card

Source: Alesya Derr

by Alesya Derr via Behance.net
© Alesya Derr

Happy Easter

Source: Marco Erre

by Marco Erre via behance.net
© Marco Erre

Frohe Ostern / Happy Easter

Source: Sengsavane Chounramany

by Sengsavane Chounramany via Behance.net
© Sengsavane Chounramany

Easter Egg

Source: Ja Baguioro

by Ja Baguioro via behance.net
© Ja Baguioro

Easter Egg Morning Task

Source: Cleonique Hilsaca

by Cleonique Hilsaca via Behance.net
© Cleonique Hilsaca

Typo Easter Egg

Source: Niteesh Yadav
by Niteesh Yadav via Behance.net
© Niteesh Yadav

Happy Easter

Source: Mike Greenwell

by Mike Greenwell via Behance.net
© Mike Greenwell

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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