“Creativity doesn’t wait for that perfect moment. It fashions its own perfect moments out of ordinary ones,” the artist Bruce Garrabrandt once said. Being people, whose daily job is finding creative solutions, we couldn’t agree more. To visualize the idea and add a pinch of digital art to your day, we’ve prepared a new collection of illustrations by Tubik artists, this time devoted to different sides of art, creativity, and workspaces where design is done. Welcome to enjoy and get inspired!
No secret, workspaces have a great impact on productivity, creativity, focus, and inspiration. And that’s also the aspect of great diversity: some of us need a clean and minimalist environment while others strive for tons of inspiring bits and kits, plants, or books. Inspired by the theme, we’ve created a set of illustrations showing the diversity of creative workspaces.
The more you dive into art, the deeper it feels like a sort of endless and impressive universe with each artist presenting a particular star or even galaxy full of amazing discoveries. This illustration collection aims at opening this universe a bit via the powerful and inspiring artists representing different cultures, epochs, and styles, but all having lit their own immortal stars.
The bright Mexican painter Frida Kahlo
The pioneer of impressionism Claude Monet
Maria Prymachenko, a Ukrainian village folk art painter, a famous representative of naïve art
René Magritte, a Belgian surrealist artist well-known for witty and thought-provoking artworks
Gustav Klimt, an Austrian symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement
Salvador Dalí, a Spanish surrealist artist worldwide famous for his technical skill as well as striking and bizarre artworks
Vincent van Gogh, a Dutch post-impressionist painter, one of the most famous, productive, and influential figures in the history of Western art
Black and White Artworks About Design Studio Life
Here in Tubik, we know ins and outs of different sides of the design process, the power of teamwork, and the importance of concentration. As well as the work-life balance issue so much thought out by creative people. Here’s a collection of catchy and daring monochrome artworks devoted right to that topic.
Geometric Art of Design
Artists and designers know well that all the world around is full of geometric diversity. This collection of digital artworks also touches that theme: the illustrations are spiced with the geometry magic and reflect different aspects of the design process.
Curious Cat and Creative Process
This set of illustrations is dedicated to various stages of the research and creation process. This series has a mascot character uniting all the episodes into one line of visual storytelling: meet the curious and clever сat going all the way from a question to the solution.
Question and problem statement stage
Collaboration on a creative project is never a simple thing as sometimes it has to crush together different visions and approaches to get a wow-result. This set of artworks is inspired by that theme and based on the creative illustration on the crossroads of different styles and dimensions.
All designers strive to experience that moment of zen when everything in your design is harmonic, balanced, and eye-pleasing. Even if that’s just a short second before the next round of polishing, perfecting, and upgrading. Catch that feeling with the illustration below.
Don’t forget to take creative breaks to avoid creative blocks – that’s the idea behind another illustration from the set.
Design in Progress Illustrations
Here you’ll find a pack of diverse illustrations devoted to different work styles and setups: from individual work to teamwork, from working from home to office vibes, from freelancing to studio design.
Getting into work from home
Research stage in the user experience design process
Communication as an integral part of designers’ job
Backstage of freelancing from home
Teamwork uniting the superpowers of different colleagues
Starting a design day from the client’s feedback
Diving deep and focusing
Working in the quarantine mode
New illustration sets are coming soon, don’t miss them.
Illustration Collections and Digital Art Case Studies
If you want to see more collections of illustrations or discover how they work in particular design projects, here’s the set of posts for you.
The illustrations in the post belong to Tubik and cannot be used by other resources without our permission and without the link to the source.