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11 Free Icon Packs for designer and developers

11 Free Icon Packs for designer and developers

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1. Iconly – Essential icons

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Daily Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration

Daily Design Inspiration: For this Daily we are selecting in digital art, graphic design, photography, illustration and more; our sources are usually from BehanceDribbble or Unsplash.

it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

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Wicca Vanitas By María Laura Benavente

Wiccas Vanitas Halloween paper craft models project

Art Direction,Photography,CraftsArt Direction,Photography,Crafts

 

O Bolinho By Marmota vs Milky

Character and toy design for the blog Snack in Box

Character Design,Illustration,Toy DesignCharacter Design,Illustration,Toy DesignCharacter Design,Illustration,Toy Design

 

ANNO wood clock By Attila Csiszer

Whimsical Clocks Tell a Story Out of Layered Wood

Industrial Design,Furniture Design,Product DesignIndustrial Design,Furniture Design,Product DesignIndustrial Design,Furniture Design,Product Design

 

By Victoria Kosheleva

Character design

Character Design,Illustration,Game DesignCharacter Design,Illustration,Game Design

 

By Sujin Lee , Visual Design Art

Everyone waits for a breaktime. Why do each want a breaktime? Shows the joy, candy, poop and doh’s personality

Animation,Character DesignAnimation,Character Design

 

By Lukas Furlan

Photography,Fine Arts,Digital PhotographyPhotography,Fine Arts,Digital PhotographyPhotography,Fine Arts,Digital Photography

 

Vestiges By Adam Spizak

Vestige’s , a series of the past.

Graphic Design,Art Direction,IllustrationGraphic Design,Art Direction,IllustrationGraphic Design,Art Direction,IllustrationGraphic Design,Art Direction,Illustration

 

Litharge By NastPlas

Litharge is a project based on the pigments used in cosmetics to which we have given an artistic and pictorial prominence as if they should be part of works of art. We have played with the light and created different cloud areas to get more atmosphere sensation.

Digital Art,Art Direction,Creative DirectionDigital Art,Art Direction,Creative DirectionDigital Art,Art Direction,Creative DirectionDigital Art,Art Direction,Creative DirectionDigital Art,Art Direction,Creative Direction

 

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration By Nachei

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BRIO Builder By Part One , Simon Appe , Oscar Pettersson

Branding,Motion GraphicsBranding,Motion Graphics

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Daily Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration

Daily Design Inspiration: For this Daily we are selecting in digital art, graphic design, photography, illustration and more; our sources are usually from BehanceDribbble or Unsplash.

it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

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Illustrations for The New Yorker By Leonardo Santamaria

Recent illustrations for varying sections of New Yorker Magazine. I’ve been fortunate to do so many illustrations for them recently as it’s been a goal of mine to do so for years.

Illustration,Art Direction,Digital ArtIllustration,Art Direction,Digital ArtIllustration,Art Direction,Digital ArtIllustration,Art Direction,Digital ArtIllustration,Art Direction,Digital Art

 

SWEET WINTER By VISUAL SCIENTIST

Recent illustrations for varying sections of New Yorker Magazine. I’ve been fortunate to do so many illustrations for them recently as it’s been a goal of mine to do so for years.

Photography,Digital Art,Visual EffectsPhotography,Digital Art,Visual EffectsPhotography,Digital Art,Visual Effects

 

Color pencil drawings By Wenyi Geng

Illustration,DrawingIllustration,DrawingIllustration,DrawingIllustration,Drawing

 

PORTRAITS 4.0 By Antoni Tudisco

Fine Arts,Character Design,Digital ArtFine Arts,Character Design,Digital ArtFine Arts,Character Design,Digital Art

 

Chocolisto – Feed your child´s future By Andrés García , Sebastián , Andrés , Camilo Monzón , Sebastian , Dana

Advertising,Art Direction,Graphic DesignAdvertising,Art Direction,Graphic DesignAdvertising,Art Direction,Graphic Design

 

By Folio Art , Maïté Franchi

Illustration,Editorial DesignIllustration,Editorial DesignIllustration,Editorial Design

 

OH MY GREEK GODS Illustration Series By Stavros Damos

Illustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital Art

 

Randy&Buddy By hyunjin Kim , Visual Design Art School

when dealing with rude customer who come to the convenience store every day, this is a video of me in my 20s through a character named Randy. The cute Welshogie in the video is a character that reflects rude customer.

Character Design,Motion Graphics,Graphic Design

 

Fauna By Cristian Malagón  , Núria Madrid

As an exercise of art direction, we created some abstract animals, vases and geometric objects. Simple and surrealistic habitats.

Graphic Design,Illustration,Art DirectionGraphic Design,Illustration,Art DirectionGraphic Design,Illustration,Art Direction

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Best Brand Identity Designs of the week 39

Best Brand Identity Designs : In Weekly Best Brand Identity Design we Showcasing top 6 Brand Designer, Identity Designer every week.

This compilation includes style guides, brand identity, animated logos and similar works related to brand identity design.

Take a look at our last week Best Brand Identity Designs of the Week here.

1.Global Fund for Children By Belu

Global Fund for Children advances the rights of children and youth facing poverty and injustice, and supports them to reach their full potential. They do this by partnering with innovative, locally led organisations, helping them deepen their impact and build their capacity for social change. I was approached to create a new brand for them that reflected their mission and values. Global Fund for Children helps transform lives through their different focus areas: education, gender equity, youth empowerment and freedom from violence and exploitation. This lead to the creation of graphic elements that represented these areas. The colour palette — bright and colourful — helps to portray the positive work they do. And the logo explores the fact that children are at the core of everything they do.

Branding,Graphic Design,Editorial Design

 

2.Brand emic By Julián Pascual

I’ve always had the idea of ​​creating a personal brand to do the things that I love. A space to work on projects or innovative concepts for mere pleasure, beyond everyday work.

Branding,Web Design,Interaction Design

 

3.My Daily Logo Challenge By Eugene Stepanov

Graphic Design,Branding,Icon Design

 

4.Samsonite Campaign Rebranding By Wunderman  , jo van grinderbeek , VIRGINIE ROSSEEL , Inge Vanhees , Sébastien Greffe , Matthias Berghmans

Samsonite was faced with the problem that they did not connect with Millenials. Our approach was to refresh the samsonite brand identity in a critical way, together with an innovative and bold launch campaign. This visual identity relied heavily on bold animated typography and color contrast, together with a refresh of the brand color scheme and photographic material.

Advertising,Branding,Graphic Design

 

5.DOER By Parámetro Studio

Graphic Design,Illustration,Branding

 

6.Logo of “The Silicon Valley Post” By Felix Baky

Best Brand Identity Designs

Graphic Design,Branding,Illustration

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Daily Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration: For this Daily we are selecting in digital art, graphic design, photography, illustration and more; our sources are usually from BehanceDribbble or Unsplash.

it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

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The Astronauts Company By Tim Tadder , Hugo Aranha , Marcelo Kertész , Jana Heidenreich

Colorful and dynamic portraits of people in spacesuits for the launch of the Astronauts Company.

Advertising,Photography,Art DirectionAdvertising,Photography,Art DirectionAdvertising,Photography,Art Direction

 

Commercial illustrations By Deema Egorov

Colorful and dynamic portraits of people in spacesuits for the launch of the Astronauts Company.

Illustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital ArtIllustration,Character Design,Digital Art

 

By Olga Bukina

Illustration,ChaCharacter Design,Illustration,Drawingracter Design,Digital ArtCharacter Design,Illustration,Drawing

 

By Jungmin Ye , Visual Design Art School

Motion Graphics,Art Direction,BrandingMotion Graphics,Art Direction,Branding

 

By Muhammed Sajid

Art Direction,Graphic Design,IllustrationArt Direction,Graphic Design,Illustration

 

By Max Kostenko

Illustration , Character DesignIllustration , Character DesignIllustration , Character Design

 

By Benn McGuinness

photography

 

By Michael Rogers

photography

 

By Boris Baldinger

photography

 

By Balazs Busznyak

photography

 

By Gong TY

photography

 

By Matthias Schröder

photography

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Daily Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration: For this Daily we are selecting in digital art, graphic design, photography, illustration and more; our sources are usually from BehanceDribbble or Unsplash.

it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

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By Angel Jose Rapu Araoz

SECOND SERIES OF 3D CHARACTERS, HAIR AND HAPPY CREATURES

Art Direction,Illustration,Character DesignArt Direction,Illustration,Character DesignArt Direction,Illustration,Character Design

 

By Orhan Sayin

I started to experiment on the concept development and design process at my free times. After the series of experiments, we decided to bring them all together and create an abstract animation for fun!

Animation,Animation,Animation,

 

By Alex Gruber

Digital Art,Graphic Design,Art DirectionDigital Art,Graphic Design,Art DirectionDigital Art,Graphic Design,Art DirectionDigital Art,Graphic Design,Art DirectionDigital Art,Graphic Design,Art DirectionDigital Art,Graphic Design,Art DirectionDigital Art,Graphic Design,Art Direction

 

By Patrick Seymour , Julien Remillard , Jeremie Saindon , Geoffrey skrajewski , Gabriel Grenier , Guillaume Combeaud , SHED Inc , Havas Montreal

Advertising,Photography,Web DesignAdvertising,Photography,Web DesignAdvertising,Photography,Web Design

 

By Ömer Korkmaz , Gökçe Gün , MATTE- STUDIO , ibrahim taylan , bahadir tanriove

Digital Art,Photography,Retouching

By John Ed De Vera

Illustration,Graphic Design,Creative Direction

 

By Danny Ivan

Art Direction,Illustration,Digital ArtArt Direction,Illustration,Digital ArtArt Direction,Illustration,Digital ArtArt Direction,Illustration,Digital ArtArt Direction,Illustration,Digital Art

 

By Toast Studio , Chris Guyot , John Poon

Animation,IllustrationAnimation,IllustrationAnimation,Illustration

 

By L’Éloi Productions , LM Chabot

Simple, reliable and fun : these are the keys for Starry. In this international campaign titled “Happy Interneting”, LM Chabot illustrate these values through colours, expressions and even absurd situations. The duo deconstructs the sometimes wrongly perceived reputation of internet. A medium that settled in nicely in our everyday lives.

Photography,Art Direction,RetouchingPhotography,Art Direction,RetouchingPhotography,Art Direction,RetouchingPhotography,Art Direction,Retouching

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Daily Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration

Daily Dose of Design Inspiration: For this Daily we are selecting in digital art, graphic design, photography, illustration and more; our sources are usually from BehanceDribbble or Unsplash.

it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

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By FOREAL® Studio

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By Patrick Seymour

Art Direction,Advertising,IllustrationArt Direction,Advertising,Illustration

 

 

By Patrick Seymour , Karl Ouellette , Hugo J.-S. Galland , Benoit St-Laurent , Isabelle Neault

Advertising,AnimationAdvertising,AnimationAdvertising,AnimationAdvertising,Animation

 

 

By Luke & Morgan Choice

Illustration,Digital Art

 

 

By Jean Campos

Illustration,Advertising,Digital Art

 

 

By YUMEKON

Art Direction,Character Design,IllustrationArt Direction,Character Design,IllustrationArt Direction,Character Design,IllustrationArt Direction,Character Design,IllustrationArt Direction,Character Design,IllustrationArt Direction,Character Design,Illustration

 

 

By Dave Arcade

Illustration,Graphic Design,Street ArtIllustration,Graphic Design,Street ArtIllustration,Graphic Design,Street Art

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Daily Dose of Inspiration 33

For this Daily we are selecting in digital art, graphic design, photography, illustration and more; our sources are usually from Behance, Dribbble or Unsplash.

it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

by Jesse Rieser

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The Changing Landscape of American Retail
 
Beginning in 2015, The Changing Landscape of American Retail is an ongoing documentation of the shift from traditional brick-and-mortar locations where we once socialized and interacted with our community to the stark and generic structures that house shipping, fulfillment, call, and server centers, now essential for e-commerce.
 
Like memories, familiar retail entities are fading away. Today, they stand as modern-day ruins and architectural artifacts that reach into the not-so-distant past of our own maturing interests and evolving identities.
 
Toys “R” Us brings back memories of avoiding my brother’s aerial assaults of red dodge balls and Nerf guns while simultaneously ignoring my mother’s plea to stop tearing into brand-new boxes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figures and Lego Pirate sets.
 
The Battlefield Mall was once a central meeting spot for my junior high peers—anchored by the food court and Aladdin’s Castle arcade. Here, a myriad of sights and smells trigger the memory to act as a roadmap for navigating the mall. Orange Julius produced the sweet scent of Florida citrus in Southern Missouri; there was the salty cheese sauce wafting from Potato Plus; and the fragrant cinnamon-sugar of Auntie Anne’s baked pretzels. The nearby arcade elicits a sensory transaction when I’m greeted by the flashing lights of Street Fighter II, manic electronic beeps, purple geometric carpet, and the oddly unique odor of stale popcorn mixed with the metallic scent of quarters, tucked into my front pocket. 
 
During high school and college, I spent hours at the Best Buy listening stations, previewing new music releases from my favorite artists. Today, I laugh when thinking back to a time when a Circuit City sales associate begrudgingly answered my product question by reading the back of the box, all before returning to watch Shaq and Kobe’s Lakers in the NBA Finals. It makes sense, Circuit City was known for having the best televisions and poor customer service. 
 
By 2012, Circuit City closed their doors. Toys “R” Us folded in the spring of 2018, and Best Buy continues to shutter underperforming stores. Additionally, arcades and food courts are endangered as small- and medium-sized “Class B” malls are closing all over the U.S.  
 
Like most Americans, I love the ease and product availability of Amazon and online retailers. I order my toothpaste with a click of a button and can obtain work supplies from the comfort of my sofa. My concerns are rooted in our recent pattern of isolationism and shrinking human interaction. Store closings feel like a continuation of our declining thoughtful conversations, empty playgrounds, and sense of community as we opt for a digital facsimile. We are no longer previewing music and getting recommendations on new releases in person and in retail shops. We will no longer meet our friends in food courts. And there will never be an opportunity to watch an NBA game with an uninformed and complacent Circuit City employee.
 
The Changing Landscape of American Retail is an exercise of looking to the past and peering into the future, serving as a metaphor of how technology is accelerating cultural change in the modern world. I know you can’t fight change, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be sentimental.

by Charlie Davis

Illustration and Graphic Design - JournalismIllustration and Graphic Design - JournalismIllustration and Graphic Design - JournalismIllustration and Graphic Design - JournalismIllustration and Graphic Design - Journalism

 

by Heavy . and Tito Romero

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by Elijah Akouri

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by Erik Musin and Timofei Popandopulo and Aleksey Zadorozhnyi

Graphic Design and Product Design - BrandingGraphic Design and Product Design - BrandingGraphic Design and Product Design - Branding

EMVY is a brand new cosmetic brand. Based on a red grape extract and other natural ingredients.
Cruelty free, vegan, organic and minimalistic. 
 
We took a red grape color, softened it a bit to breath some freshness and youthfulness to the packaging.
Ah, almost forgot to tell how we came up with such a naming: our client’s name is Maria Voskresenskaya.

We took her initials ‘M’ and ‘V’ and came up with something simple yet classy.

 

That’s how EMVY was born.

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