Looking for a little lunchtime reading? Below we've showcased 10 outstanding graphic design projects we found on Behance this week.
Whatever area your design expertise lie in, there’s something here for everyone. We've got everything from photography to illustration and paper art!
Leta Sobierajski produced this marvellous project for the launch of IBM’s Chef Watson app. She used a four colour palette to product the craziest colour combinations she could think of to really catch the eye. We love the blue pineapple!
The next project is Beige, but far from boring. Josep Puy has created a gorgeous brand identity for the personal hygiene and body care company, using a muted colour palette, he has captured the essence of relaxation and tranquillity.
Freebie alert! Jean M. Wojciechowski has released a beautiful sans-serif typeface, inspired by the city. The geometry from the urban environment in which Jean lives is prevalent throughout. You can download the font here.
Brogen Averill has put together a classy and elegant newspaper. Featuring large type and images, they help the design to really pop. Can we get a copy?
What better way to illustrate the alphabet than turn each letter into an element from a city? That’s exactly what Ranganath Krishnamani did, and look at the results! A brilliant project with some fantastic artwork.
Fleur has gained an outstanding visual identity thanks to the work of Judit Besze. This gorgeous combination of floral pattern and calming colours give this florist a new life. The whole design feels like a breath of fresh air.
Crohn’s is a terrible illness that many people do not understand. B. R. Keller has put together an informative and visually appealing infographic to inform the public of the disease and the pain it can cause.
With this film currently smashing its way through the box office, there hasn’t been a better time to show of these brilliant posters by Joshua M. Smith. He has captured Caesar perfectly and it makes us even more excited to go and see the film next week.
This haunting mixed media piece showcases an incredibly eerie photoset, juxtaposed by the bright orange colour scheme. There is really no description for this fantastic project by M. Rasoulipour.
This self-initiated project by Charlotte Smith captures the fun and playful side of paper art, but still holds onto a classy and elegant nature. Those ice lollies look so good!
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