Graphic and Design Inspiration: The Great Outdoors
Our Marketing and Content Exec Heather Tuck, shares trend insight set to influence the graphic, design and product industries this winter and festive season.
Increasing public fascination with arctic exploration and the great outdoors is represented through wanderlust inspired imagery, minimal & refined design and understated crafted luxury. Here are some examples of this aesthetic to inspire future graphics, logos, web design, product marketing and more.
David Breashears – 3 billion pixels <view>
Mountaineer and film-maker David Breashears has created a 3 billion pixel photograph of the Khumbu glacier at Mount Everest which is fully interactive and sure to inspire web design interfaces as well as graphic and print direction.
Louis Vuitton – ‘Objets Nomades Collection’ <view>
Louis Vuitton’s unique Objets Nomades Collection is “a series of objects connected to travel”. The brief behind the designs was to create “limited edition foldable and modular furniture, or other portable accessories which facilitate the life of modern travellers.” – Louis Vuitton. A beautifully understated collection from Louis Vuitton, sure to influence contemporary Christmas decorations this season.
Efterklag – Piramida album cover <view>
A key look for young, contemporary design, inspiring logos, artwork and even packaging, we love Danish band Efterklag’s latest album cover using a mix of camouflage, dash dot triangles and nature inspired shapes all set in a monochrome palette.
Timothy Allen – Forget Your Past <view>
Timothy Allen’s photography series of really is a thing of beauty, capturing the atmosphere within the abandoned building Buzludha in Bulgaria. My favourite image is the entrance with Socialist slogans written in large 3D concrete, made to stunning effect which provides fascinating typography inspiration.