1

ad here

We go through many interesting design projects each day and find them inspiring enough to be shared further. Projects which have the potential to inspire and spark multiple ideas. So, here are few selected one for this week’s illustration inspiration, enjoy!

Illustration by Atanu Ghosh

Harley Quinn Undead

 

Illustration by Atanu Ghosh

Super Spawn (Comic-con challenge art contest)

 

Illustrations by Atanu Ghosh

Illustration by Kumar Ankit Anurag

Olivia

 

Midarima (OC) illustration by Kumar Ankit Anurag

Midarima

Illustrations by Kumar Ankit Anurag

Red Queen, Illustration by Ivan

The Adventures of Two Cities – Color Script

 

Illustration by Ivan

 

Illustrations by Ivan

Illustration by Ankush Sharma

Just Living

 

Illustration by Ankush Sharma

 

Illustrations by Ankush Sharma

Illustration by Kengo Sakaguchi

Japanese Summer Series

 

Illustration by Kengo Sakaguchi

Fallen Leaves

 

Illustration by Kengo Sakaguchi

A flower shop

 

Illustrations by Kengo Sakaguchi

Final

Viking Shaman House

 

Middle eastern Market

 

Illustrations by Akhil Nasar

Winter Sun

 

Portrait

 

Davika Hoorne

 

 

Illustrations by Mandy Jurgens

Spirited Away

Ghibli Background

 

Sketch from Ghibli

 

 

Illustrations by Surendra Rajawat

The Turquoise fish

 

The magical hookah

 

Star Hunter

 

Illustrations by Thomas Fernandes

If you have any of your design project or someone else’s, which is equally inspiring for fellow creatives, then share it with us on contribute@creativegaga.com

LATEST RELEASE
CURRENT ISSUE
Creative Gaga - Issue 51

 

ad here

We go through many interesting design projects each day and find them inspiring enough to be shared further. Projects which have the potential to inspire and spark multiple ideas. So, here are few selected one for this week’s design inspiration, enjoy!

Design
Design
Design
Design

Sydlexia — Unbreaking broken type project by Mohamed Samir, Rijin Kunnath, Chirag Doshi, Prasad Shetty and Steve de Lange

Design
Design
Design
Design
Design

Numerical – Architecture by Muhammed Sajid

McWill Branding by John Dias

Design
Design

Lettering Series by Rafael Serra

Corporate Website by Joydeep Chowdhury

Branding for Oort by Brand Archetype and Choi Hwanie

A-Z of Mythical Creatures and Monsters by Chaaya Prabhat

Unlock project by Konstantin Lobanov and .collective two

Design
Design
Design

Branding for Go Mechanic by NH1 Design

Design
Design
Design

Calligraphy Art by Pokras Lampas

Design
Design
Design
Design

Design Engineering Handbook by Ranganath Krishnamani

If you have any of your project or someone else’s, which is equally inspiring for fellow creatives, then share it with us on contribute@creativegaga.com

LATEST RELEASE
CURRENT ISSUE
Creative Gaga - Issue 51

 

Graphic artist and designer, Prateek Vatash has specialised in 3D and 2D techniques and combining them together to form vivid and vibrant graphics. Prateek is currently based in Bangalore and has worked with several renowned companies across the globe such as Apple, Adobe and Wacom, to name a few.

 

The use of bright neon colours and incorporating unique textures offers a distinct style to Prateek’s graphics. A graduate in Visual Communication and Graphic Art from Srishti Institute of Art, Prateek shares interest in various fields such as typography, architecture and interior design. His works have been exhibited in several galleries nationally and internationally.

 

Connect Here

 

Graphics by Prateek Vatash
Graphics by Prateek Vatash
Graphics by Prateek Vatash
Graphics by Prateek Vatash
Graphics by Prateek Vatash
Graphics by Prateek Vatash
Graphics by Prateek Vatash

Yogesh Bhusare is Mumbai based artist and illustrator. After graduating from D.Y. Patil College of Applied Arts & Crafts, Pune, he joined an event agency, thus kick-starting his artistic career. He possesses a singularly unique & inspiring style, which involves much doodling and collage.

 

He works strenuously to perfect his craft and explores various medium and style regularly. Here are some of his experiments.

 

Connect Here

 

Perspectives and Visions
Reality or Fiction?
Creative Gaga - Inspiring
Time is of essence
Accessorise!
Thoughtful? What's on your mind?
Suffocated and painted (in agony), lost and angry. That's what animals must be feeling due to humans.
Creative Gaga - Inspiring
Time is of essence

Blotter Media owned by Ofir Shoham creates the kind of glowing animation of dancers, celebrities and skaters which remind us of the 80s wave art. He has got the attention of over one million followers on Instagram with his style.

 

Shoham uses the ‘Adobe After Effects’ to apply the neon illustrations to the moving frames of dancers and celebrities. He changed the look and feel of the original video clips to make an eye-catching animations with the addition of light trails, neon limbs and props which doesn’t exist.

 

If you want to try the glowing lines animation effect to your videos, here are a few useful tutorials.

 

After Effects Tutorials: Create Glowing Lines Video Animation


Check out Ofir Shoham’s Profile

 

ad here

We go through many interesting design projects each day and find them inspiring enough to be shared further. Projects which have the potential to inspire and spark multiple ideas. So, here are few selected one for this week’s design inspiration, enjoy!

Illustrations by SAM JI

Illustration for The Creative House by Kouzou Sakai

Illustration for The Creative House by Lena Vargas

Design exploration for Heartbeat Agnecy by

Budapest Central European Fashion Week identity in 2018 by kissmiklos .

McDonald’s M5K by Shun Izumi and Casa Locomotiva Estúdio

If you have any of your design project or someone else’s, which is equaliy inspiring for fellow creatives, then share it with us on contribute@creativegaga.com

LATEST RELEASE
CURRENT ISSUE
Creative Gaga - Issue 51

 

36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to create their own interpretations of alphabets and numbers. More information about the project here.

 

Illustrator Parvati Pillai beautifully captured the variety of fairytales in each alphabet.

 

Connect Here

 

ad here

Living the old culture and traditions of the past through your own family is a rarity today. Shreyank Naik, an illustrator is lucky to have experienced this and shows us how it influenced his work.

 

Shreyank’s exposure to his uncles’ abstract paintings impacted his thought process in a way that he chose to major in the field of art at a very young age. The culture of arts and traditions that he was exposed to since a kid has helped him shape his career in this field.

 

With a passion to explore how the traditional art and techniques of art can be expressed in a digital manner, Shreyank likes being old-school and uses the age-old methodology of sketching on paper and sorting patches according to various design elements, followed by their digitalisation to explore new styles and their variations. He chooses the styles that are representative of him in terms of his thinking and his mind.

 

With his creative mind bent towards liking extremes, Shreyank’s major project, Amanav is based on the lifestyle of Aghoris as it is a topic of immense discussion in the society.

 

His series called ‘Real life illustrations’ defines abstract art by the exaggeration of the basic shapes of life, with a bit of influence of fictional stories.

 

Connect Here

 

Traditions and Culture
Music. Description of fun but with an Indian twist.
The Chain Smokers.
Pet Lover. Illustration for Basic Shape of Life.
Traditions and Culture
Office life taking break for a coffee.
Traditions and Culture
Tradition of Fun. Enjoying life.

ad here

We go through many interesting design projects each day and find them inspiring enough to be shared further. Projects which have the potential to inspire and spark multiple ideas. So, here are few selected one for this week’s design inspiration, enjoy!

Indian Princess Series by Nithin Rao Kumblekar

Branding, Stationery & Website Design for dots&dash by Aditi Dash

12 illustrations for summer Coca-Cola collection by Tania Yakunova

3D Illustration for Mastercard & Changi Airport by Petar Tarka

Illustration for British Council India by Studio Kohl

Website/Animation for IOCO/Biocomputer by Mike

Packaging for Country Chocolates by Muhammed Sajid

Packaging for Säpp by Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree

Illustration for Two Fresh Creative by Prateek Vatash

Actors Illustration by Ricardo Polo

Editorial Illustration for Elle Magazine by Aditi Dash

Packaging for Agua Bendita by Futura .

Illustrations for Dogs for arTTask by Marina Okhromenko

Casual (Character Illustrations IV) by Omar. Aqil

Identity design for Arkom group of the companies by Natli Dreval

If you have any of your design project or someone else’s, which is equaliy inspiring for fellow creatives, then share it with us on contribute@creativegaga.com

LATEST RELEASE
CURRENT ISSUE
Creative Gaga - Issue 51

 

ad here

Snow, rain, forest, desert – nature never followsany particular style. Graphic design studio, Prasun Mazumdar Design believes in a similar variety. Inspired by nature, it likes to work with natural tools, the hands, to create artworks that are organic and free-flowing, just like nature itself.

Design
Installation art for DLF Promenade
Design
Shiva Illustration

Nature is the Best Reference.

Wings of a butterfly. Tail of a peacock. The sunset sky. The veins of leaves. Nature is full of such beautiful designs and v aried display of creativity. The idea is to make a regular morning walk in the park seem like a walk through an art gallery. Spend more time with nature. Register natural patterns and forms. That’s how you’ll gradually realize that lessons from a book don’t help as much as dir ect interaction with life and nature.

Design
Illustration for Rajesh Pratap Singh, Rock Collection
Design
Designed for Royal Enfield

Variety Makes This World an Exciting Place.

Graphic designers must learn this from nature. Everything that exists around us has been designed for a particular purpose. Designs should also have a similar aim, an appropriate purpose. Nature is a live demonstration of the various simulations and executions of the same subject. Like that tree in front of your home. It’s the same tree that looks different in the morning sunshine as compared to its dark shadows dancing on a wall at night.

Pundits. A mixed visual language, showing the musical combination of heavy classical notes backed by electronic beats
Through the Words of Mr. Bond. Illustration for ‘The Kashmiri Storyteller’ by Ruskin Bond
Should start again? The world after the apocalypse with the crow holding a hope in the form of a seedling
Jim. Tee and denim design, inspired by Jim Morrison, showcases his persona using shapes and colours

Design Should Not Be What You Want It To Be, But Rather What it Should Be.

The main problem these days is that many designers are creating artworks that ‘appeal to the masses’. That’s usually because clients want it that way. In a world where everyone interprets art differently, such works of art are ineffective. Moreover, they are detrimental to the diversity that is inherent in nature and society. As a result, the whole world of art and design is getting formulated. The philosophy should be to do good designs and make them for what they are meant to be.

Metamorphosis. Inspired by constellations and night sky phenomenon, the design shows metamorphosis at different levels around us
Metamorphosis. Inspired by constellations and night sky phenomenon, the design shows metamorphosis at different levels around us

Nature Gave Us Tools.

We decide its use. Like our hands. It gives one a lot of options to experiment with allowing for new outcomes every time. Technology has helped graphic designers immensely. However, working with hands is a different feeling altogether. The idea is not to be different, but to feel your work as you make it. Those pencil impressions on the thumb, the colour and ink stains on the palm, the aching joints of the finger s, are all signs of raw and fresh work.

Tanabana. The word ‘tanabana’ means matrix. This illustrative book cover was made with a thread like effect
Packaging for Smuze

Your Design is an Ecosystem.

If trees, rivers, animals, birds, insects, soil and rocks were design elements, a forest would be the artwork. It’s for a designer to bring together unrelated elements to make it seem like one harmonious family. Singling out one element and making it rich can disturb the balance of the overall layout later on. Hence, the bigger picture should always be kept in mind.

Design
Packaging for Spichi
Design
Packaging for Spichi
For Royal Enfield

Evolution is a Way of Survival.

Mutation, we all know, is what keeps life going. Nature has an appropriate solution for revival and survival. The same concept can be applied while making identities. Using the right fonts, understanding them and their usage, can create identities that can stand the test of time. Experiment with fonts, mutate them. But before all that, know the surroundings, that is, the philosophy of the brand, its placement in the market and various other factors affecting the brand. Keeping all this in mind, make necessary changes to the font to get a desired result.

Rebranding for Erna’s Gourmet
Rebranding for Erna’s Gourmet

Self Belief Leads to Adaptation.

While starting off as an independent venture, don’t narrow the choices. Try your hands on everything. Be everything. Don’t restrict your capabilities. Of course, the change from a protected environment to the wilderness is not easy. But if you’re good, nothing can stop you.

Designed for Jawa

Published in Issue 11

This is a Design in India Festival Special! This issue also explored the Jewellery Design & Wedding Photography with some cool techniques to learn from experts in Gyaan section.

 

Order Your Copy!
LATEST RELEASE
CURRENT ISSUE
Creative Gaga - Issue 51