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We go through many interesting design/ illustration 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!

Illustration by Naveen Selvanathan
Illustration by Naveen Selvanathan
Illustration by Naveen Selvanathan
Illustration by Naveen Selvanathan

Illustrations by Naveen Selvanathan

Illustration by Priya Mistry
Illustration by Priya Mistry
Illustration by Priya Mistry

Illustrations by Priya Mistry

Illustrations by Marly Gallardo

Illustrations by Yamini

Digital Illustrations by Smitesh Mistry

Digital Illustrations by Temi Coker

Illustrations by Varun Nair

If you have any of your design/ illustration project or someone else’s, which is equally inspiring for fellow creatives, then share it with us at Contribute@CreativeGaga.com

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Like every mother, Laleh Mohmedi also found it difficult to get her child to eat healthy food. But when she turned her son Jacob’s spelt pancakes into a lion – he absolutely loved eating it! That is when Jacob’s Food Diaries was born! Since then, she creates cartoon-inspired food and become a professional food artist. Laleh collaborated with well-known companies including Disney, Nickelodeon, Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Jamie Oliver. Jacob’s Food Diaries has become a platform for parents and children for inspiration to make healthy food fun!

 

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Food
Witch in Snow White
Food
Carl Fredricksen
Food
AMY WINEHOUSE
Coco
Food
MELMAN from MADAGASCAR
Food
DUMBO
Food
TIGGER
Food
EDNA “E” MODE from THE INCREDIBLES 2
Donald Duck Smoothie
George Pig
CAPTIAN HOOK from PETER PAN
PATRICK from Spongebob
ALEX THE LION from MADAGASCAR
GLORIA from MADAGASCAR 3
FREDDY KRUEGER
JOHNNY from SING
Food
OWL AVOCADO CARVING
Food
CARL & ELLIE from UP
THE JOKER (Heath Ledger)
Food
MICKEY & FRIENDS
Food
TYRION LANNISTER from Games of Thrones
Food
PIKACHU from POKÉMON
GENIE (Will Smith) from ALADDIN
Mickey Mouse

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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!

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Illustrations by Sudhin Subramanian

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Illustrations by Pracheta Banerjee

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Illustrations by Anton Fedotov

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Illustrations by Dattaraj Kamat

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Illustrations by Dhwani Trivedi

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21
A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Portraits by Julie Lafeuille

A Dose of Illustration Inspiration #21

Illustrations by Riffat Aga

Illustrations by Abigail Diaz

Illustrations by Tanmay Mandal

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

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Bradley Hart gives pop art and pointillism a new twist with a unique choice of medium. Bradley creates pixilated photorealistic pictures by injecting paint into bubble wrap. Yes, the packaging material. He painstakingly injects each bubble with acrylic paint where the excess drips onto the back of the piece. He then carefully removes the drippings from the plastic to reveal the final piece.

 

Based in New York, Bradley’s “The Bubblewrap Proposition” features portraits, landscapes, abstract concepts, and even some hybrid pieces (canvas and bubble wrap). Conceptually, he draws a parallel with digital media and the manual creation of “pixels” in his work while keeping true to album creation and traditional painting.

 

He also makes it a point to recycle all the materials used as much as possible, highlighting the irony of using mass-produced single-use items for delicate physical artistry.

 

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James Lewis is a multidisciplinary artist from the UK who shares his artistic process with 4 million people via Instagram and TikTok, and we can see why. Watching him develop his pieces, ranging from cartoon characters to concept lettering to catchy logos, is a hypnotic journey in precision. Consuming all his content will show his process with calligraphy brushes, spray paint, airbrushing and occasionally gold leaf paper.

 

His work exhibits bright saturated colours and a comic or pop-art style with those classic inked-lines. James has attracted the attention of famous brands like Rolls Royce, Amazon Studios, Converse, Samsung, and Nickelodeon for promotional work, and he also teaches brush lettering around the world.

 

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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.

 

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Gal Shir is an Israel based self-taught digital artist who creates digital illustrations on iPad Pro using Procreate App and Apple Pencil. He has been freelancing since the age of 16 and later worked with many creative studios/ startups including Promo.

 

He founded Color Hunt, which provides colour palettes with several combinations to make life easy for the creatives. He leads the design at Lemonade, along with consulting and helping entrepreneurs to establish design thinking. Gal has collaborated with brands like Apple, Adobe, LG, Procreate, Affinity, Dribbble, 9GAG, UNILAD, The Bright Side, and more.

 

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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 Shashank Mishra
Illustration by Shashank Mishra
Shringara Rasaa
Illustration by Shashank Mishra
Draupadi Cheer Haran

Illustrations by Shashank Misha

Little White lies
Little White lies
City life for mindful mag

Illustrations by Whooli Chen

Illustration by Sukanto Debnath
Characters for Disney
Illustration by Sukanto Debnath
Jump

Illustrations by Sukanto Debnath

Illustration by Mridul Sen
Portrait of Sonam Kapoor
Illustration by Mridul Sen
Alia Bhat

Illustrations by Mridul Sen