Inspiration

Welcome to Design Week’s Inspiration Board. Here you can search through inspirational design imagery using a series of filters, or just browse random images. You can also submit your own work for consideration on the board using the button below.

Trä Möbelsnickeri branding, by Studio Reko

Swedish design consultancy Studio Reko has created the branding for fellow Swedish carpentry company Trä Möbelsnickeri. The logo is composed of an “A” symbol that is crossed at the top,

Speys food court interior design, by Uxus

Amsterdam-based interior design consultancy Uxus has designed Speys, a food court within Jaarbeurs, the Netherlands’ largest event centre based in Utrecht. Speys seats roughly 520 people and adopts an art

Ombar chocolate rebrand, by Ocean Branding

Organic chocolate Ombar has been given new branding and packaging by Ocean Branding, which aims to make it appear more “natural” for consumers. The new look features a brushscript typeface,

Morph emoji series, by Aardman

Animation studio Aardman has revealed a series of emojis for iPhone, which are based on the studio’s character Morph to celebrate its 40th birthday. Aardman co-founder Peter Lord sculpted the

Hawkers Bar and Brasserie branding, by DesignLSM

Consultancy DesignLSM has designed the branding for new London-based bar and restaurant Hawkers Bar & Brasserie. Hawkers references the aviation history of the bar’s location in Kingston, and is named

Sweet Freedom packaging, by AfterHours

Consultancy AfterHours has redesigned the visual identity and packaging of Sweet Freedom, a range of fruit syrups and sweet foods that are suitable for diabetics. A “charming, woodland creature” was

Fourpure beer packaging, by Mr B & Friends

Mr B & Friends has designed the packaging for two new beers from London-based craft brewery Fourpure. The two new brews include Shape Shifter, an IPA from the West Coast

Shower Beer, by Snask and Fredrik Tunedal

Swedish consultancy Snask has created and branded a new beer brand from scratch – but the drink is intended for consumption in a shower, not a pub. The consultancy has

Monetise rebrand, by Snask

Swedish consultancy Snask has rebranded small business digital loan service Monetise into Froda, giving it a new, geometric visual identity. Swedish word Froda translates to Thrive, which Fredrik Öst, creative director

L’Hôtel Marrakech, by Jasper Conran

Jasper Conran has opened a hotel in Marrakech, Morocco, based in a 19th century riad. L’Hôtel Marrakech is comprised of five suites, which surround a courtyard garden and swimming pool.

Soy Shape dish, by Duncan Shotton

Designer Duncan Shotton has designed a range of soy sauce dipping dishes, which uses the colour gradation found in soy sauce at different depths, to create optical illusions of three-dimensional

Lines of War 1933-45, by Gustavo Vitulo

Brazil-based designer Gustavo Vitulo has created a book looking at graphic and editorial design in the World War II era. It looks at how the war period influenced the graphic

Caragh Chocolates branding, by Distil Studio

Distil Studio has designed a new brand identity for Caragh Chocolates, a chocolate company based on the Channel Island Sark. The new visual identity depicts an illustrated horse and carriage

26 Grains interiors, by Block: 1 Design

Block: 1 Design has designed the interiors for 26 Grains restaurant in Neal’s Yard, London. The Nordic-inspired concept includes a stripped back palette of several different woods, marble and rough

Kanuka branding, by DesignLSM

DesignLSM has worked on the brand identity for loose-leaf company, Kanuka, featuring a pared back design and simple colour palette of light and dark brown. The consultancy has also worked

Foil installation, by Layer and Braun

Foil is one of many installations on show at the Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum this month, part of this year’s London Design Festival (LDF). In association with Braun, the

003 light bulb, by Plumen

Plumen has released a new version of its LED light bulb series. The 003 light bulb follows on from models 001 and 002, and features a gold element with a

Rawligion branding and interiors, by Mystery

Design studio Mystery has created the branding and interiors for a new health-food restaurant in London. Rawligion is a “plant-based café”, which uses organic, locally-sourced fruit, vegetables, seeds, herbs and

Lacoste store concept, by DesignLSM

DesignLSM has created a new interior design concept for clothing brand Lacoste. The studio has redesigned the Lacoste store in the Trafford Centre, Manchester, but the concept will be rolling

Sweetdram liquer workshop, by SODA

Sweetdram is a UK distillery, which until now had been developing its recipes at a distillery in France. This new distillery has been designed by SODA and occupies a former

The Terra Cotta Studio, by Tropical Space

Tropical Space has designed the studio used by artist, Le Duc Ha, located next to the Thu Bon river in Quang Nam Province, Vietnam. The cube shaped building is made

Back To School collection, by Made In Design

Made in Design has released a Back to School collection for its Autumn Winter 2016 range. The set comprises office furniture and supplies, lighting and accessories, including an exclusive pattern

Growth Rings, by Lantern

Lantern has a created a new brand identity for furniture maker and social enterprise company, Growth Rings. The new look comes as the furniture and homeware business – which provides

Summer Exhibition installations, by Ron Arad

Artist, designer and architect Ron Arad is holding his inaugural London solo exhibition at Ben Brown Fine Arts this summer. Summer Exhibition will feature Arad’s most recent work, ranging from

The Charge Tray, by Layer

Consultancy Layer has designed a collection of ceramic trays which can charge mobile and tablet devices. The Charge Tray aims to “minimise the visual impact of technology in the home”,

House of MinaLima, by MinaLima

MinaLima has unveiled a new exhibition, which showcases fifteen years of collaboration in graphic design. The House of MinaLima, in Soho, London, aims to immerse visitors in the agency’s visual

Summer Screen Prints 2016, by Various

Print Club London has commissioned a selection of artists to create limited-edition film posters for the Summer Screen Prints 2016 exhibition. The exhibition, which is being held at Somerset House,

GSA Mackintosh Campus Appeal, by various

The Glasgow School of Art has unveiled a set of silver spoons and unique brooches featuring materials from their fire-damaged Mackintosh Building. The items incorporate original material retrieved from Mackintosh

Superwoman: Work, Build and Don’t Whine, by various

GRAD has unveiled a new exhibition of never-before-seen artwork, which explores the iconography of the Soviet woman in state propaganda. The exhibition, entitled Superwoman: ‘Work, Build and Don’t Whine,’ tells

22 Street Lane, by Elmwood

Design consultancy Elmwood, has created a corporate identity for a new day nursery opening in Roundhay, Leeds next month. Elmwood’s designs seek to convey the close bond between children and staff at

BODHI, by Robot Food

Robot Food, has designed the packaging for a new UK start-up snack bar, BODHI. Using simple yet striking colours, Robot Food hopes to convey the snack bar’s natural and healthy

CrissCross furniture, by Sam Wrigley

A graduate from Falmouth University has developed a furniture concept that aims to be easy to construct and to move around. CrissCross has been designed by Sam Wrigley, who is

Hollow, by Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye

Artist Katie Paterson and architectural practice Zeller & Moye have created a public artwork in Bristol which marks the opening of a new building at the city’s university. The University of

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