After once glance at this website I could tell it’s something special. DesignFaves is meant to be an inspirational website focused on a broad spectrum of topics. Digital artwork is a big factor including web design, graphics design, even videos. There are so many categories that it’s practically a resource for any type of creative artist.
The layout is also superb – easy to navigate and structured for a simple reading experience. The content is also fantastic and nothing seems out-of-place. Sculptures, photography, architecture, even street artwork is a well-populated category. With such a beautiful responsive layout and plenty of great topics DesignFaves has become a personal favorite of mine.
If you’re trying to stay updated on the latest posts it shouldn’t be too difficult. They publish an RSS feed along with an e-mail newsletter containing the most recently popular articles. For users who prefer social media you can follow on Twitter @designfaves or check up on new posts through Facebook.
This is truly a refreshing look into the minds of artists from all over the world. If you have any curiosity to follow artists of any realm, DesignFaves is a great place to start browsing. Many posts will pinpoint the artwork of a single freelancer or design studio. So this could also be a nice way to find talent for your next project idea.
In the spirit of alluring design I’ve put together a gallery of 15 example posts from DesignFaves. You might recognize a few of these artists or spot something that merely catches your attention. Either way these posts are riveting and quite unique compared to other inspirational design galleries online.
Modernized retro cartoon posters by Tom Whalen
Album covers recreated with Lego blocks
Modern Manhattan architecture by Karim Rashid
Unpublished Harry Potter illustrations by Mary GrandPré
Reality-distorting murals by Papier Peintres
Sci-fi book illustrations from the 1800s by Alphonse de Neuville
Dresses made out of balloons by Rie Hosokai
Infinite staircase sculpture by David McCracken
Cute cats mimicking sexy men
Foldable Helmets From Tokyo Safety
Jet Capsule: A boat from the future
Spomenik: Abandoned monuments or alien sculptures?
Altered objects by Giuseppe Colarusso
Masterfully crafted wicker lamps by CKR
Contemporary indoor seating by Nüvist
Author: Jake Rocheleau
Jake is a creative designer, illustrator, and web developer. He frequently writes articles involving new-age design concepts and freelance management skills. You can find him in Google or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau