Weekly Creative Inspo – 3.06.2020

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As another week comes to a close and we all eagerly look towards the weekend, I’ve gathered some things that have inspired and intrigued my curious soul. I hope you can find some inspo as well!

TokyoOlympics2020:KineticSportPictograms.
Have you heard that MOTION is everything? I love these kinetic pictograms illustrating the different Olympic sports. These are so mesmerizing! Not surprised it took over a year to make these. If you want to just see a video of all these in motion click here.

Tokyo Olympics 2020 – Kinectic Sport Pictograms

 

 

iPhone:NightmodeContestWinners.
I want an iPhone 11 so bad!! The camera is out of this world!! But at this point do I wait for the 12!? They’ve got me hooked on consumer FOMO. But LOOK at these night shots!

iPhone – Nightmode Contest Winners

 

 

Neumorphism.
A trend I’ve been following closely since holiday season of 2019 was this UI style that’s been popping up called Neumorphism. Stemming from Skeuomorphism, it takes this older trend, combines futuristic “neo” elements, whilst keeping the whole feel very soft and clean. From a consumer perspective the aesthetic is very tactile feeling, very real-world. I’m interested to see how this trend evolves especially with the continued development of haptics, AR, and VR.

Neumorphism UI Trend

Bonus

LogoRedesign:BMW.

 

LogoRedesign:KY.
We’re told as designers to always take a 2nd look at our work to make sure there isn’t any ‘unwanted looking shapes’. But in this case, having a hidden vulva in the logo of a vulva-centered company seems like a good choice!

 

NewBook:AnnieAtkins.
If you don’t recognize the name, you’ll recognize the work. Annie has designed for films such as Joker, Grand Budapest Hotel and West Side Story. Now she’s written a book with the things she’s learned while doing design for film! Can’t wait to read this. 

 

JohnBownoPhotos. 

 

CartoonSkeletons.

 

Screenfonts#6.

 

ElenitaMezcalBranding:NicePeople.
Crazy how branding sets the mood for a product. I knew immediately that these were another “White Claw” type brand just by looking at it. You’ll see this trend last in this market until somebody is daring (and lucky) enough to disrupt it.

UntilNext

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