Due to the popularity of our zombie logo post, I thought we'd repeat the famous logo makeover post with another article that celebrates one of our other favorite things. In this post, some of the world's most popular brands get "pigged up" in this tribute to our delicious farmyard friends.
iPhone, iPad and smartphone users tend to appreciate great design – after all, in many cases that’s why they paid a premium to buy a well designed device over a cheaper, but perhaps lower quality version. Regular smartphone users are becoming more and more accustomed to beautiful, aesthetically pleasing interfaces and it seems like each new app that comes out only raises the bar higher.
When you’re designing an iPhone or iPad app, you’re undoubtedly going to have a lot of competition. And not just from the direct competitors who have launched a similar app to yours – you’ll also be competing for attention on the home screen of every iOS device out there. If you want your app to earn it’s place on the home screen, you’ll have to make the icon as beautiful and superbly crafted as the rest of the app.
Ivan Lovatt is a professional sculptor who has been creating sculpture for private collections, corporations and public exhibition for the past 6 years. Ivan’s work is characterized by his ingenuity and innovation, which motivates him to find new and interesting ways to capture his love of nature and his fascination of humanity.
A beautiful campaign for the show Deadliest Catch on the discovery channel by Ars Thanea
Irina lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia. Educated as an architect worked as a web designer and currently writes and illustrates for children's books.
Krzysztof graduated from the Poznan Academy of Fine Arts, where he received his master's degree in drawing and metal techniques summa cum laude. He has eight years experience in the field of graphic design. He lives in Poznan with his wife and two-year old daughter.
These culinary creations were not made in the kitchen, but they're no less mouth-watering and appealing. What's more, they have zero calories. So feast your eyes on these amazing food illustrations, and prepare to be inspired with a delicious design of your own.
Most of us grew up on fairy tales and nursery rhymes – stories of princesses and pots of gold and happily ever after. But many of those stories have a dark side; they were often meant to teach a lesson or a piece of history.
The tenth post in the "Get Inspired" Series.