British Design: Inspired by Simplicity

In the earlier post DesignFloat has prepared the amazing collection of 31 Russian websites for inspiration, today we decided to pay our attention to the websites of British designers, illustrators, photographers. My first impression was, the websites are very simple ans minimalistic, I thought this would change once I review more websites, more portfolios, but […]

The Illustrator to Adore- Evgeny Kiselev

Evgeny Kiselev is a young Russian illustrator whose amazing website we have chosen among others for one of the previous posts- 31 Russian websites that can inspire you.В  He’s a 28 years old handsome young designer living in St. Petersburg and inspired by India and nature. He agreed to answer several questions from DesignFloat that […]

DesignFloat is Looking For Unique Portfolios

Designers, illustrators, photographers, artists aim to stand out from the crowd with works they create but how they approach the development of their own website and especially their portfolio? Thinking about hundreds of websites that I see daily I can’t remember many that impressed me with their portfolios, I mean not with their works in […]

Logo Design for Olympic Games- Amatourish or Professional?

About 90% of the people on this Earth watch the Olympic games, something like a mass psychosis. I’m not much of a sports fan but I’m interested in all related to design so… Does anyone remember the logos of Olympic games, either in 1956 or in 2008? The distinctive feature of these logos- basically all […]

WALL-E – Creation of a Lovable Robot

All of us might have seen the romantic film WALL-E- the simple love store story of the maintenance robot WALL- E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class) the last one on the planet cleaning the earth from garbage and EVE (Extra-terrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a sleek, ergonomically advanced robotic probe whose main function is to locate plant […]

Mad World of Mi-Zo

Bright decorations, dynamic and tough graphics, unexpected lightning, the great feeling of color and peculiar humor- all this is expressed in just 4 letters- “Mi-Zo”. In the amazing images created by Tokyo-based duo Mi-ZoВ  protography combines with graphics and collage technic. Japanese lady Minori MurakamiВ  has a diploma of Los Angeles Otis College of Art […]

Amazing Illustrations for a great mood and creativity

All the artists present their works in a different way. It rarely happens that a true creator doesn’t have his own style and copies the works of art by other designers.В  Today we tried to prepare a small collection of illustrations by different designers where you can obviously see how different they are. ***** Vince […]

More of Nobuyoshi Araki

I can’t say that the photos below are typical for Nobuyoshi Araki photography, simply because there are no naked bodies. I love all of his works and that’s a bit sad that I can’t post most of them here because of their content. They are different, they are beautiful, they are passionate, they show you […]

Flowers by Nobuyoshi Araki

Born in 1940, Nobuyoshi Araki is arguably Japan’s greatest living photographer, and certainly its most controversial. His inexhaustible creative energy is attested to by the more than 300 books he has published in the last four decades, while his work, which often challenges social taboos surrounding sex and death, has drawn critical attention both at […]

U-Printing International Poster Design Contest

You The Designer and U-Printing are sponsoring a great poster design contest of which I’m fortunate to be on the panel of judges for. You have until March 21st to get your submissions in and you’ll want to because the prize lineup is fantastic! 1st Place 16 GB Apple iPhone $250 Printing Credit for UPriting.com […]