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.
Whether you’re a designer looking for inspiration, 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)!
Jordy Roelofs a.k.a. Sysmatic (opens in new tab) is a 23-year-old graphic designer hailing from Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Specialising in digital art, photo manipulation and digital retouching, Jordy's creations often evoke a feeling of fantasy and intrigue.
Cambridge illustrator Shane Lynch (opens in new tab) has been working in design for a number of years. His portfolio showcases his array of talents that enable us to enter into his weird and wonderful world. This piece, entitled Proximity is the first in four illustrations based around the theme of lovers. We have truly fallen for this guy!
Descibring himself as a 'design junky that lives, eats, sleeps and breathes Photoshop (opens in new tab) and InDesign (opens in new tab),' Joseph Nicklo has been working in design for over 10 years. Anyone who loves those two things as much as we do is fine by us! Take a look at his Behance portfolio (opens in new tab) to check out the rest of his mighty fine work.
My Kinda Soul
Based in Caracas, Venezuela, Alexander Wright (opens in new tab) produces everything from logos to print ads. This latest work for an editorial feature is just one of the examples of his innovative style. Anyone that plays with typography like Alexander does is a winner in our eyes.
Debris of Heygate
Designer Daniel Clarke (opens in new tab) says that this project was based on 'The Heygate Estate' in Elephant and Castle. At the time only 7 people
were still living in the entire estate which once housed 3000 people. He got talking to the remaining habitants of the estate to get an idea of what the situation was and how it actually used to be on the estate.
Through the media the Heygate was described as ‘a mugger’s paradise’, but after talking to around 30 of the estates ex and current tenants he realised it wasn’t like this at all. You can purchase this print in Daniel's shop (opens in new tab).
If you'd like to see your work featured on Design Spring, please email Jim McCauley.