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I’ve explained in a previous post about the difference between minimalism and simplicity. For a tl;dr, simplicity is a reduction of complexity while minimalism is a reduction of quantity.
The best part of the Oscars 2015 was the title cards. No question about that. It was a treat to the eyes every time the nominees for each of the Oscars categories were presented.
From Apple’s iOS, Google’s material design to Microsoft’s Modern UI, minimalism is one of the most influential, if not the most, in design aesthetics today.
Playing cards have come a long way from the ones we know (and love to play poker with) today. The earliest playing cards were found in China as early as the Tang Dynasty (618-970 CE) from which it spread towards Egypt and Europe.
Have you ever wondered how typography looked like pre-modern internet? Pretty much the same actually.
Breaking down a whole movie to its core parts and still be recognizable is no easy feat. But a movie poster made of circles?
Ever wondered how brands would look like stripped down and naked? A different kind of naked That’s exactly what Istanbul designer Mehmet Gözetlik from design group Antrepo did in his set entitled Minimalism Effect in the Maximalist Market. Gözetlik took some of the most iconic international brands and applied gradually increasing minimalist effect.
Superheroes are the coolest things right now. Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?
“Here’s to the crazy ones!” Notes to Myself, is a project by New York-based Australian illustrator, typographer, and 3D artist, Luke Choice.
How would a country look like if it is a hand-lettered logo? Alphabet of the Countries, is a non-commercial project by Russia-based graphic design company, Zergutdesign Studio.
Whether you’re a quote lover or a fan of minimalism, this series of poster illustrations will surely inspire you in different ways.
Finding the right color combination takes a lot of practice and hard work. Don’t you just wish that every color combination you can think of can be as compatible as black and white?
Have you ever thought of seeing Supergirl or Wonder Woman being featured on the cover of your favorite magazine?
UPDATE: This post was originally published on September 19, 2012. We’ve updated the links and added new artworks.
In February of last year, Sara Blake was one of the speakers in the annual Graphika Manila, the “premiere creativity and design event in the Philippines.” It is a conference for creatives where speakers from different fields of art talk about their work.
Beautifully designed writing. Most people these days scroll through plain or lifeless text posts in different social media networks like Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter.
Canadian passports have always been top of the line merely due to its innovation. Being a regular participant at the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), Canada is recognized as a front-runner in technological development in passport design and processing systems.
A blank sheet of paper usually intimidates people because of the immeasurable space. But to graphic designers, it’s a blessing to work with a blank canvas because of the endless possibilities.
Malaysian-born artist Cheeming Boey stumbled upon his success and gained his own spot in the international art scene after being recognized for his unusual choice of art medium.
Good day, creatives! It’s been a while since the YTD team was able to put out new design freebie out there.