Every Friday we're giving you a taste of what our FREE iPad app, Design Spring, has to offer. Here are just five of the imaginative illustrations we're adding to the app every day to provide you with a daily dose of design inspiration!
It's not just about illustration either - you'll also find graphic design work, typography, 3D work, and more on our free app, which offers zoom functionality and a search facility so you can find what you're looking for quickly and easily.
We now have a dedicated Design Spring Pinterest page (opens in new tab) where we stash images that we think might fit nicely in the app. Take a look at it, and if you fancy adding images yourself then drop Jim McCauley a line with your details.
Whether you're a designer wanting to showcase work, an art director trying to find someone to commission, or you just like looking at fabulous imagery, Design Spring will have something for you. So come on, download it today (opens in new tab)!
This beautiful, cartoon-style illustration of a Parisian town was penned by Mexico-based artist Ana Gallardo (opens in new tab). And her creative talents don't stop there, she also specialises in graphic and packaging design.
James Wignall (opens in new tab) is a art director and designer based in London. Last year he was a winner at ADC Young Guns, an international annual competition and network of the best young creative talent in the commercial arts.
Sam Chivers (opens in new tab) is a UK-based artist and illustrator, specialising in screenprinting and collage. Drawn towards a sort of pop surrealism, he fuses graphical and figurative elements.
Robin Wells (opens in new tab) is graphic designer and illustrator from Bath, England. His career has seen him work with a range of clients worldwide, inclduing social media experts and charity organisations to bakeries and production factories.
James Gilleard (opens in new tab) is an illustrator and animator living and working in London. By his own admission, he loves "old cartoons, 1950s animation, vintage film posters, pulp comics, past future predictions, birds, dinosaurs, robots, 1960s cars and loads of other rubbish!".