A GIF of a website concept by the UI designer Matus Hatala.
Credits: Matus Hatala and uplabs via UpLabs, Web Icons & Illustrations and Pinterest
Ancient history – clothed in gradients and filled with custard.
Credits: Vincent VIRIOT, G I Ғ M K II and Behance via Tanya Filimonova, asia and Pinterest
Today as a treat and a shot of inspiration, I visited the Design Museum, off Kensington High Street. One of London’s newest museums, the DM showcases examples of everyday design throughout the last century or so, from men’s shavers to graphic design. It’s a small and quiet museum, but very fascinating if you have an interest in design at all.
Credits: Design Museum via Vicky Richardson and THE SPACES
Nowadays, social media is one of the easiest ways to find new friends. Though criticised for impeding face-to-face communications, at least you can flood your new-found buddy’s inbox with emojis. Somehow, posting dozens of sheets of paper with emojis on them through that same buddy’s letterbox might end the friendship faster than it started.
Credit: Noelle (Noelle Campbell)
New York, New York… it’s a fountain of unbridled design and creativity.
Credits: QBN via Connor-Jane and Pinterest
A logo produced for an artist using paint strokes as a background.
Credits: Good design makes me happy via Sarah Rowland and Pinterest
An animated design concept for a company with a distinctively farmyard-y sounding name.
Credits: frametouch and dribbble via The Real Camille and Pinterest