This post is part of my weekly series of posts showing the most inspiring images of the week. This is also known as my scratch list. As my design and creative mentors have always said “scratch even when you don’t itch.” So I like to keep a list of designs, products, logos, and photos that inspire me to look at later when I am itching for creativity
If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, You can submit your images and inspiration by commenting on this post or emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s cooler than the game of chess? If you said “nothing” then you’re wrong! It’s chess a chess board that can easily help you visualize which pieces have done the most damage! I love product designs solve a problem while looking good.
I would probably never buy this shirt for myself. I bet after seeing these pics, you imagined yourself being asked to show your ninja disguise while wearing this shirt, didn’t you? lol
You can get them here: Ninja and T-Rex
I’m becoming quite fond of monograms.
I love the feeling this photo gives you.
See the entire collection here
I always have and always will love hipster lion illustrations!
This seemingly effortless illustration is made possible by meticulous shading. I love how this looks like wood shavings.
This is a creative way of conveying forging on ahead.
This guy does good work with typography and a pen to the paper.
I’m working on a product idea involving clouds and besides, I really loved this movie!
This lion looks likes chaos, but I know that had to have taken a lot of control.
This is very clever. The first one was easy, but did you figure out the second one?
Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
This makes me want to be a kid again or at least put it on my boy’s wall.
Momo and Sprits
This speaks to me. The relationship comes before the project.
I’m loving the shadow over this B, it really makes it memorable and it stands out.
Paint in motion. This artist put acrylic paint on a drill, got an hd camera, and let the fire works begin!
This is a nice way to connect two letters in a pattern.
This is a great idea for business cards: Take the logo and blow it up on the back and try different colors that compliment the main theme going on.
This is a creative wedding logo.
Monogram style. Clarke Harris made this logo for his sister’s blog.
Sometimes the only word that can do it justice is Wow.
Don’t you ever give up!
Patterns and a few colors will never go out of style.
I’m loving this low-polygonal style popping up lately.
What can I say, I’m a cat guy
Mauro Xeneize Arts
This is a nice style to emulate. The very bottom of the title is the most interesting to me as well as the subtle shadow and pink stroke behind the white lettering.
This instagramer takes awesome photos. These would be awesome backgrounds for quote posters.
I wish we had these kinds of hills in Illinois!
More than meets the eye! I love transformer furniture!
Repurposed guitars made from shredded skateboards? Sign me up!
The lines cut through the title like a knife. I love the colors, the font, and this style.