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.

Colouring-in car, by Hertz

Car rental company Hertz has created a prototype car designed to deal with what it calls those “are we nearly nearly there yet?” moments on car journeys. The car’s upholstery

Radio 1 in Ibiza campaign, by Mother Design

Mother Design – the creative arm of advertising agency Mother – has unveiled a new campaign for BBC Radio 1 in Ibiza. Using a collage technique, the campaign features artists

Going to School picture book, by Rose Blake

Illustrator Rose Blake, daughter of pop artist Peter Blake, has created a picture book for young children helping to prepare them for their first days at school. Going to School

Music Matters campaign, by Selfridges

Department store Selfridges has launched a new campaign to support London’s nightlife scene, as an estimated 40% of music venues in the capital have closed over the last 10 years.

Time for Outrage! campaign, by various

Creatives including Jake and Dinos Champan and John Cooper Clarke have created a series of posters for a global campaign called Time for Outrage! The campaign is based on the

Indian Summer campaign, by NotOnSunday

NotOnSunday has designed a summer campaign for Horniman Museum and Gardens in South East London. The vibrant, multi-coloured campaign is based around the series of Indian Summer-themed events taking place

Outline Editions prints, by various

Limited edition print retailer Outline Editions has released two new prints for summer 2017. The first print, Jungle, is by recent Camberwell College of Arts graduate Mia & Angelo, and

Power, by Morag Myerscough

Designer Morag Myerscough has created a new public art commission celebrating Battersea Power Station. Made from marine plywood panels and painted in Myerscough’s signature brightly coloured style, Power sits at

Casetify phone case collection, by Bodil Jane

Dutch illustrator Bodil Jane has created a new range of phone cases and other accessories that looks to embody the modern day woman. The collection features illustrations of eight women

Metamorphis installation, by Projection Artworks

Projection Artworks has created a giant, interactive cube installation at Finsbury Avenue Square in London’s Broadgate as part of the area’s Life Meets Tech summer campaign. The cube is comprised

Galvanise exhibition, by Local Heroes

Glasgow-based social enterprise Local Heroes has curated an exhibition of furniture designed by Slaps. The exhibition looks to be an “antidote to the ubiquity of minimalist design”, says Local Heroes,

Season Annual 2016/17, by various

Designers Charlie Sims, Sam Smith and Josh Williams have launched the second edition of Season Annual, a printed book that celebrates this season’s Premier League through illustration, journalism and infographics.

D&AD New Blood Festival, by various

The Old Truman Brewery in East London has opened its doors for the 2017 edition of the D&AD New Blood Festival. The festival is showcasing some of the best creative

Chelsea 2017/18 kit campaign, by Studio Blup

London-based Studio Blup has designed an advertising campaign to mark the launch of the new Chelsea Football Club kit for 2017-2018. Created in partnership with Nike Football, the campaign features

Café Party interiors, by various

Glasgow-based studio Goodd and art gallery The Modern Institute have redesigned the interiors of the café at sculpture park and gallery Jupiter Artland in West Lothian, Scotland. The café’s newly

Wing Wing branding and interiors, by The Plant

London-based consultancy The Plant has designed the branding and interiors for Wing Wing, a new Korean fried chicken and beer restaurant in Central London. Both the visual identity and interiors

Where to? Uber campaign, by various

Uber’s in-house design team has launched a new advertising campaign. Produced in collaboration with agencies Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH) London and Manning Gottlieb OMD, the campaign is called “Where to?”

Manomasa campaign, by Collider

London-based ad agency Collider has created a new campaign for tortillas snack brand Manomasa. The fun campaign features six colourful illustrations by Spanish designer Ricardo Cavolo. The illustrations look to

Dough Universe, by Technology Will Save Us

London-based studio Technology Will Save Us has launched a crowdfunding campaign for a new interactive learning kit for kids made out of conductive play dough. The product is comprised of

Botanica, by Super Symmetry

Netherlands-based studio Super Symmetry has worked on a visual effects and sound project bringing plants to life through music and video. The “musical science” project aims to showcase “the beauty

Drink branding experiment, by Equator

Provided with just a blank sheet of paper and rows upon rows of empty bottles as inspiration, Equator tasked its design team with creating some unique infused spirit and liquor

Here After installation, by Craig & Karl

Design duo Craig & Karl has transformed a derelict petrol station on Wood Lane in London’s White City into a colourful, stripy installation called Here After. The brightly coloured design

Culturescape, by Alexandra Plesner

London-based artist Alexandra Plesner has created a new installation to mark a ruling in Taiwan allowing same-sex marriage. Culturescape comprises 180 ice cream cones mounted on a white foam board.

Curious Arts Festival branding, by Sail Creative

Sail Creative has designed a multi-coloured brand identity for an LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) arts festival in Newcastle, based on the well-recognised rainbow flag. The branding for Curious

Helsexinki exhibition, by Helsinki City Museum

Helsinki City Museum has opened its latest exhibition looking at sexuality, gender and sex in the Finnish capital. Helsexinki documents the experiences of locals based on interviews carried out by

Air Unltd branding, by Born + Raised

Sheffield-based consultancy Born + Raised has created the branding for Air Unltd, a new trampoline park in Speke, Liverpool. The consultancy was briefed to come up with the name, as

Rio rebrand, by Pearlfisher

Pearlfisher has designed the new branding for tropical juice drink Rio, which aims to represent Brazilian culture through a colourful, illustrative style. The new visual identity aims to be “bright,

TfL Brooch collection, by various

TfL has collaborated with Craft Central to create Underground inspired brooches for Clerkenwell Design Week, which takes place 23-25 May. Designers have taken their inspiration from the visual language of

Netflix N Kill, by Ben Tallon

Illustrator Ben Tallon has created an artwork, which is a comment on apathy towards politicians who “break promises and trade in lies”. Meanwhile, he says he is also addressing the

Superfly bottle design, by B&B Studio

B&B Studio has designed a “no logo” bottle for Superfly; the latest addition to Firefly’s range of juice drinks which has been created in collaboration with mixologist Mr Lyan. The

Erratic Creativity, by Charlie Smith

Designer Charlie Smith has been revealed as the winner of a competition to design the catalogue cover for Free Range, an annual art and design graduate show held at The

Daniel Buren Underground book, by TSOWC

The Studio of Williamson Curran (TSWOC) has designed a new book which documents the permanent installation at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station by French artist Daniel Buren. The London-based graphic

Klaws, by Mark Richardson

Superfried founder and designer Mark Richardson has revealed a personal typographic project called Klaws. The project is inspired by the graffiti that Richardson saw on a train one day while

March for Giants campaign, by 18 Feet & Rising

  London-based consultancy 18 Feet & Rising has created a digital campaign and competition to raise money for Space for Giants, a charity working across Africa that protects wild elephants

Neenah Classic paper range, by Design Army

Consultancy Design Army has redesigned paper brand Neenah’s Classic range, alongside art directing a brand campaign. Design Army redesigned the colours and textures of the paper, initially working with physical

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