Gorgeous Examples Of Geometric Design

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This inspiring collection of geometric designs features illustration, branding and more. See what happens when these shapes take centre stage.

Lately, we’ve noticed a lot of designers using geometric shapes and styles in their work. Using these shapes, the designs become a simple yet wholly striking work of art channelling influences from the design era of art deco. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite examples focusing on the beauty of the geometric shape.

01. Landshape

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The design was based on the band’s album artwork

Liam Brazier is a freelance illustrator and animator based in London. He creates a wide range of geometric inspired designs for a range of clients including Cartoon Network, Dazed & Confused, and Glastonbury Festival. This poster design was created for a Tame Impala gig in Rio and is cased upon the band’s album artwork. You can also buy the design on a pair of speakers!

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The poster was created for a Tame Impala gig in Rio

02. Silk

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Beautifully brain-scrambling designs from Matt Booth

Experimental graphic designer and artist Matt Booth creates an array of geometric designs. What started life as a few lines of code have been transformed into a variety of inspirational and original works including this series entitled ‘Silk‘. His designs are beautiful and brain-scrambling at the same time.

03. KYL21 popsicle

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A tasty science experiment with these vegan popsicles!

Developed and designed by The Science Kitchen, founder and food designer David Marx aims to re-invent food in new and innovative ways. The KYL21 popsicle is a vegan and lactose-free popsicle that comes in an array of precisely sculpted geometric shapes.

04. Bird Mural

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Tobias Hall works as Zizzi’s in-house art director

Only graduating in 2010, designer Tobias Hall has been working closely with UK-based Italian restaurant chain, Zizzi, as their in-house illustrator, designer and art director. Creating a number of bespoke wall paintings, we particularly loved this geometric bird design.

05. Portobello Books

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A geometric inspired book cover design by Melvin Galapon

This geometric inspired book cover design for ‘Drugs 2.0 – The Web Revolution That’s Changing How The World Gets High‘ by Mike Power was created by British designer Melvin Galapon. Currently based in London, he works on a prolific mix of portraits, type, installations, textile and video work, this is just one example of his inspiring work.

06. Motif wine

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These geometric wine bottles will certainly brighten up your kitchen

Designed by Motif with pattern and geometric lovers in mind, the selection of wines come with its own unique color pattern that represent each wine’s taste and smell – a perfect motif, if you will. “We believe the time is right. For a wine without many words,” Motif explain.

07. Pattern Booth

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Patternbooth create a number of geometric inspired pattern designs

The patternbooth label is a collection of fresh, abstract and geometric patterns designed by Cara Holland for interiors, fashion and products. She has a number of inspiring examples on her website but we particularly enjoyed the colour scheme of this one.

08. Matt W Moore

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Matt W. Moore has been painting geometric designs for over half his life

We love seeing inspirational examples of street art – often brightening up grey and drab architecture with a lick of paint and a load of creativity. Boston based artist Matt W Moore has been painting on walls for over half his life and this is just some one example of his incredible work.

09. Geometric Daily

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An inspiring geometric design is posted up every day on this tumblr

Every day, a new geometric minimal composition is created and posted on the geometric daily tumblr.

10. Oh My God

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These well-known Gods were created for an exhibition in Barcelona

This brilliant new series of geometric deities comes straight out of Barcelona-based creative agency Hey Studio. They were created for the aptly titled ‘Oh My God’ show at the Mitte-Barcelona space. The modern vector illustrations make us look at these well known characters from a new perspective.

11. Little White Lies

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This geometric inspired cover even came with 3D glasses

Little White Lies have produced some of the most inspiring and beautiful magazine covers of the past few years. Here, they designed a special cover for Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master that featured clever use of geometric shapes. The issue even came with 3D glasses!

12. Newso

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Freelance graffiti artist Newso paints another bespoke set of stairs

Freelance graffiti artist Newso was commissioned to paint another stairway after his work in Boxxed. “Painting stairs is unusual, I wouldn’t have thought I’d have done two sets in one summer,” he explains. “I have found the angle of stairs work well with my grid so the triangles fit well in the panels.”

13. Sakir Gökçebag

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Geometric food art that looks good enough to eat

Who needs Photoshop when you’re this handy with a knife? Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag has breathed new life into every day produce such as apples and watermelons and turned them into something quite beautiful. The geometric shapes created have not been digitally remastered or altered in any way!

14. Emily Forgot

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A delightful geometric poster design by Emily Forgot

This artwork was created for the Manchester weekender festival 2013 under the art direction of Modern Designers. It was drawn by illustrator Emily Forgot – the appropriately curious moniker of London based Graphic Artist Emily Alston.

15. Mirage animation

This vivid new animation ‘Mirage’ was created by video and sound designer Frederic Kokott. Using abstract and geometric forms, Kokott brings an unnamed city slowly into focus in the four-minute short.

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