I think it is neat that art of stone can be so peaceful.
Except when it is a weeping angel…
Doctor Who is definitely inspiration. Just think, a sculptor made the model for these!
Giraffes are always awesome, but this logo makes giraffes even better. The simplicity really highlights the animal shape.
This resume is a neat way to think out of the box. Although I don’t think that it is to my advantage to make a resume hard to read at a glance, it is still a great way to show information organization. This type of organization would make a good concept map or statistic organizer.
The design of these bottles is pretty neat. I love how the color of the drink complements the writing on the bottle. The only downside is that the bottles slightly resemble a beaker from a science lab. That might turn a few people off, but not most.
The branding of this art shop is a good example of having an interesting and engaging brand that people would want to look at. I wouldn’t mind having a strangely shaped business card to deal with if it looked like an ink drop.
I’ve been researching color and this is one of the related infographics that I found. There is a lot of information all in one place, similar to what I want to do.
This image of a Westie is a great example of a simplistic character, and is adorable at the same time. It’s the best of puppy images and character creation.
These designs for logos using some sort of clock theme are really good examples of integrating an image or idea into an identity. Good inspiration as I try to make all my marketing materials look similar.
I found an awesome resource for finding standard sizes for items such as business cards, postcards, and even CD labels. It’s called Designers Toolbox. Take a look.