This numbers wallpaper is a bold big brother to our alphabet wallpaper. Available for download for desktop, iPad or iPhone.
Lately we’ve been seeing geometric, faceted, fractured design elements everywhere lately. On anything from printed or online design materials to home decor items. We love the random rigidity of these shapes, which seems to be compounded with color is introduced into the picture. We’re anxiously awaiting the right project to use this treatment on!
Black-and-white geometric composition by Jonathan Sandridge
Halcyon rebrand system by SomeOne
Forecast logo design by Super Furry
Geometric print by Tilman
Lattice design by Leif
Jaqk Cellars deck of cards by Hatch
I’m not sure what caused the revival in all things vintage, but with it came a major revival in vintage-inspired typesetting. This kind of typesetting is a modern take on the type used in old posters, packaging and advertising. While this revival in vintage-inspired type may range from simple to elaborate, the key is to keep the type the hero and to make sure it is impeccably designed.
Hook and Irons logo by Ginger Monkey
Hotel Dorado logo design by Jean-Charles Desevre Design
Thousand lakes project logos by Nicole Meyer
N. Daniels Wein mark by Bureau Rabensteiner
Chile Pepper Festival logo design by Doug Penick
Overlaying text or graphics over a photo is far from a new idea. However, lately I’ve been seeing this treatment used more frequently and I’m really loving the bold simplicity of it. It seems to have the biggest impact when the overlay is some sort of simple, custom graphic, such as a logo or custom lettering. Here are a few samples of some of my favorite treatments.
Union Yard logo overlays by The Click Design Consultants
Graphic president presenations by Meg Jannott
Bold pattern overlays by Animagis