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Environment Design Concepts by Wojtek Fus

To me, it’s always fascinating to see what artists create with the tools we all (somewhat) share nowadays. Especially for the case of  Environment Design, How artists see our world and imagine a complete different world. The tone, the atmosphere they put our minds into. Either it’s for of a movie, a game or a concept, they control what we will see and how imaginative they can push us through.

In my free time I love to explore new tools and technologies and apply them to my workflow. This constant search for a new and fresh way of communicating stories very strongly drives the look of my art.


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About Wojtek Fus

Wojtek is a concept designer based in Elblag, Poland. He specializes in environment design but also in character design and matte painting. Some of his recent work includes: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Horizon: Zero Dawn and many more.

For more information: check out this Artstation Profile https://www.artstation.com/artist/fus

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Graphic Design Works by Jennifer Lucey-Brzoza

We’ve been shifting a lot of UX/UI articles lately on Abduzeedo, not that is a bad thing but the industry is heading more towards the future of digital content and projects. At times, it’s great to see what designers are doing in brand identity, typography and even illustration. We tend to forget that most of us are coming from a  Print background. Like the work from Jennifer Lucey-Brzoza that we are showcasing today.


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About Jennifer Lucey-Brzoza

Jennifer is a self-taught designer currently based in Boston, USA. She’s now working as the creative director over at Oat. A studio where she spent most of her day that specializes in Brand Identity, Lettering, Logotype, Packaging, Illustration and more.

For more information: http://oattt.com/index.html

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Print Inspiration: Business Cards

Do we still use the  business card? I love the business card, might be a bit 90s old school of me but I found this concept still working nowadays. With all the social/portfolio platforms where we can share our work like your own site, unlike the business card. It’s still very fond to show an impression of yourself on a piece of cardboard. Coming to this, I don’t think there’s a trend in designing a business card. I think the best concepts are the ones that relevantly showcased either you, your brand or the company you represent.


Designed by Steve Wolf


Designed by Eric Nyffeler


Designed by Steve Wolf


Designed by Milosz Klimek


Designed by Daniel Haire


Designed by Salih Kucukaga


Designed by Aaron Eiland


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Designed by Keith Davis Young


Designed by Studio JQ


Designed by Milosz Klimek


Designed by Tony Babel


Designed by Keith Davis Young


Designed by Chad Michael Studio


Designed by Rahul Pande

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UI Inspiration: Footers

One of our colleagues on Abduzeedo was looking for inspiration about  Footers. As simple as it is, it was a bit tricky to find some good ones. Why? Because the idea/concept of the Footer is fairly simple, everything that isn’t as important as the information we put into the Menu or Hamburger Menu will ended-up in the Footer. Is it a good practice, it depends on how you look at it. For mostly, the hierarchy of the Footer is usually for additional information like widgets, subscriptions, links and etc. You will see in the following collection, some of them tend to break these rules.


Designed by Akhill


Designed by Redwanul Haque


Designed by Minh Pham


Designed by Stefan Stefancik


Designed by Bethany Heck


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Designed by Andreas Ubbe Dall


Designed by Andrej Krajčir


Designed by Andreas Ubbe Dall


Designed by Deividas Graužinis

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UI Inspiration: Cards

I really do enjoy surfing on Dribbble for inspiration, it’s really a great platform to see what people are working on and possibly some of the latest trends in action. For this week, I thought about putting together a collection on:  Cards. Cards are to some the future for Web Design, not because Google did it! I personally kind of agree with that, for the main reason of making the web more responsive and with the challenge we daily encounter different screen sizes. It can be manipulated and also by keeping its creative side.


Designed by sameer gurav


Designed by Roman Datsyuk


Designed by Jon Lehman


Designed by Nick Parker


Designed by Kiran


Designed by Roque Silva


Designed by Nick Parker


Designed by Andrei Manolache


Designed by Lucija Frljak


Designed by Kenny Lin


Designed by Dea_n


Designed by Jojo Marion

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Hibernation Series by Øystein Aspelund

Coming out from the Winter season, the change of climate and temperature get me all fuzzed up about the nature. We don’t take much time looking at what’s around us, the daily reality that we tend to forget with our busy lives. Well, Øystein Aspelund does understand this concept and his “hibernation” series totally reflects that.

The series HIBERNATION is a series which investigates subconsciousness, and the sometimes grey boundary between truth and fiction. It is a personal project that is utilizing man and his relation to the landscape as an investigative tool. Based upon real places and events, this series is intending to catch the moments when our daily reality and our subconscious world sometimes strike each other. It is a stream of frozen moments, where the story between each frame is as important as the frame itself.

About Øystein Aspelund

Øystein is based from Trondheim, Norway and he’s a photographer is quite interested in visual expressions. Coming from an architecture background, he enjoys exploring his images through themes and ideas. Like many of us, Øystein just let his camera takes him, to a different world where people don’t usually see.

For more information: http://oysteinaspelund.com

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UI Inspiration: Product One Pager

Following from last week’s Stores Inspiration, I thought it would be great to share more in-depth UI design by putting together this collection of  Product One Pager designs. Based on the analytics, it’s really interesting to see how brands showcase their products knowing that the user is giving them very little time on their sites. I truly believe in data-driven designs where any improvements can be made and supported by data to create a better experience.


Designed by Michael Čečetka


Designed by Søren Smidt & Magic People Voodoo People


Designed by Steve Fraschini


Designed by Petro Julien


Designed by Petro Julien


Designed by Max Khomenko


Designed by Piotr Kazmierczak & BLACKSTAR


Designed by Virgil Pana


Designed by Robbert Schefman & Ronald Gijezen

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Insane Motion Works from KIDMOGRAPH

Either that you have a full-time job, contract-based or purely freelance; as designers we should always make room for personal/experimental projects. There’s a ton of reasons why it’s a great thing to keep that healthy balance with your creativity, your will of making things and finding ways to get away from boredom and eventually burning yourself out. KIDMOGRAPH is a great example of someone who always finds time to explore and keeping his goals on target.

Warning, make sure you have a strong internet connection to view this article.

About KIDMOGRAPH

KIDMOGRAPH aka Gustavo Torres is a Art Director and Motion Designer based in Argentina. His work is purely a series of personal experimentations, tests and for the fun pleasure of making. Check out his Tumblr as he so dear called it:”Art Blog from year 2583″.

For more information check out http://kidmograph.tumblr.com/

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Web Design: Stores Inspiration

Independent Brands, I feel there so many out there nowadays. Free from the outside and happily working without a hassle at making their own trademark which is a very good thing. The old days when only big brands were ruling are gone. Part of the brand process, one of the many crucial things to associate with to your product is your site. If your customers/target audience doesn’t know what your product is all about after a few seconds then all your efforts are worthless at this point.

Get your hands on with your users because it is more than a “Menu + Header Image + CTA” formula. It’s about transcending your image/brand to the right customers.


Farer.com


Allbirds.com


Nextbit.com


Ratiocoffee.com


Getrest.co


Madera.com.au


AliceAndWhittles.com


Cbyge.com


Marketplace by Invision


MasterDynamic.com


SheThinx.com


Shop.FiftyThree.com

Image Cover by Clark Street Mercantile: https://unsplash.com/photos/P3pI6xzovu0

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Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger

I found Kim’s work on Instagram and was instantly hooked to her Traveling Cars Adventures series. As she says at her website, the series shows her little toy cars in dramatic situations. And I gotta say it is hard for you not to fall in love with her toy cars and embark on their journey.

Kim is currently lives in London where she is studying Photography at the University of the Arts London. Her pictures are delicate and inspiring. You can totally put together a whole background story for her little cars. I’m a total fan of her pics and I had to share them here with you. Take a look!

My name is Kim Leuenberger, I was born in 1992 in the North West of Switzerland in a region called Jura. As the regions is quite small and lost in between two chains of mountains, I started to travel a lot around Europe, hungry to discover more of the world and be a real explorer. I always liked photography and started it at a very young age, however I only owned my own dslr for my nineteenth Birthday. It has been love at first sight with a little nikon d3100. Almost 2 years I’ve upgraded to a Canon 5d mark iii and learned all I know about photography by myself, by reading magazines or websites. I now use a range of different cameras to capture the car series, with an Olympus EM5 mkII and sometimes a LeicaQ.

I love being creative with my photography as well as documenting the life around me. I love making objects and tell a story through my pictures, music is my biggest inspiration, I named many of my pictures after songs of my favorite artists (Mumford and Sons, Ben Howard, etc..)

And don’t forget, we are all explorers of this beautiful world!

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Blue London City

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
CAumasee, Graubuenden, Switzerland

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Dorset Explorations – Durdle Door, UK

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Arlington Row cotswolds

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Gale Algarve

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
City Lights

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Graubuenden Switzerland

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
In an other world of fairies – Fairy Pools, Skye

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Magstraede Copenhagen

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
London Calling

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Graubuenden

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Swiss Expedition

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Sunset in Galé, Algarve

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Splash at Durdle Door – Dorset, UK

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Riding the wet city

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Tayrona National Park, Colombia

Traveling Cars Adventures by Kim Leuenberger
Pugliese Mountains – Puglia, Italy

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