We recognize that it’s crucial to keep up with design trends because our objective is to make the lives of marketers everywhere, especially those in creative production jobs, simpler.
Design blogs are a terrific source of inspiration and knowledge, whether you’re a professional designer, a creative director, or a non-designer attempting to understand the design world.
So we’ve produced a list of 50 of the most well-known design blogs, divided into 4 categories :
Daily design inspiration by Benjamin Devine. This website is jam-packed with carefully chosen resources for illustrators, such as online courses, digital tools, contacts in the business, competitions, books, and podcasts.
This website is also focused on the community. LCS is all about making connections and giving artists the recognition they deserve.
Wrap wins a spot on our list despite being largely a print magazine that is produced twice a year and supports modern illustration. Wrap also has a superb Tumblr where it showcases outstanding work from illustrators and graphic designers around the world.
The Central Illustration Agency, which was established in 1983 by Brian Grimwood and a small group of painters, printmakers, and calligraphers, “represents a broad stable of commercial artists and animation studios based all over the world.”
This website, which was started by illustrators Alex Mathers and Phillip Dennis, is devoted to illustration and its creators. You’ll come across interviews, educational content, and a ton of inspiration.
6. Graphic Porn
The design inspiration by Benjamin Devine.
A visual collection of the best graphic design work from international designers.
Devoted to showcasing graphic design work created by women.
9. Adult Art
Managed by Johny Costello, this tumblr blog is gorgeously filled. provides examples of inspiring photography and graphic design.
A cool inspiration for visual designers.
11. Gura Fiku
Designer Ryan Hageman’s collection of all lovely Japanese graphic design-related items.
Helps designers by offering daily inspiration for typography.
Described as “an online platform for the Typophile Generation,” Typeroom
14. Friends of Type
This eclectic website uses hand-drawn typography and typefaces.
15. Type Worship
Type Worship is the official blog of 8 Faces magazine.
16. NYC Type
This photoblog is incredibly original.
Run by people obsessed with typography.
18. Incredible Types
An assortment and display of exceptional typography and design from around the globe.
The blog that Christian Goldemann is curating is all about typography.
A wonderful collection of typography-related inspiration by Matthew Buchanan.
Endless typography inspiration from modern branding, print design, and vintage packaging.
You may see how far typography can go with examples of designs on print, buildings, and just about everything.
One of the most well-known typeface and typography blogs in the world, started by John Boardley.
24. The Dieline
The Dieline’s contributors have all been carefully chosen and hold advanced degrees. The Dieline was founded by Andrew Gibbs, whose previous work includes branding for Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Jelly Belly.
BP&O – Branding, Packaging, and Opinion is run by Richard Baird.
26. Brand New
This blog offers candid opinions on what’s happening in the visual identity market generally as well as reviews of rebranding and logo redesign initiatives, both successful and unsuccessful.
A fantastic demonstration of branding initiatives.
28. Logo Design Love
The second, revised edition of David Airey’s 2009 publication, Logo Design Love, a manual for developing unforgettable corporate identities, was made available in 2014.
Emphasizes gorgeous brand identity.
30. Loyal Stationery
An edited selection of the best stationery design.
The Branding Journal is an independent online journal that disseminates materials and publishes educational articles about branding strategy across the globe.
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One of the most popular websites for creatives.
Shows the most recent work from the best online portfolios of creative individuals working in the design sector.
35. Creative Bloq
One of the most popular resources for professional artists and designers.
Founded in 2008 by designer, Kristina de Verdier.
37. Lovely Package
Assembling the greatest packaging designs.
38. The Backmatter
Provides a large number of high-resolution photos along with packaging and branding.
On her Instagram account, illustrator, animator, and storyteller Rachel Ryle mixes all three of these skills. Most of her uploads are stop-motion animations, like the one below, that are lovely, witty, and frequently really adorable.
Mikey Burton, a Chicago-based artist, describes himself as a “designy illustrator” to indicate that he works in both fields on the side.
Melsy, also known as Jamel Saliba, is a prominent fashion illustrator who quit her job in her mid-twenties to pursue her passion full-time.
Neil A. Stevens has a specialty in poster design and excels in producing sharp, energetic works.
Ricardo Jorge, Veronica Fuerte, and Mikel Romero make up the three designers who make up Hey Studio, one of the most well-known graphic design firms in Spain.
Australian-born New Yorker Luke Choice specializes in graphic design, illustration, and typography.
Jessica Walsh is such an inspiration to me as a designer and businesswoman.
Daniel Aristizábal, a digital artist from Colombia, has the aptitude to turn common, daily objects into bizarre, vibrant, and character-filled interpretations.
A Minneapolis-based design studio called Dschwen LLC works with independent designers across the country.
Color palettes are crucial to attractive design, and the Instagram users behind Design Seeds do a fantastic job of demonstrating this to their followers.
Jaime Rojo is a street art photographer. One of his goals is to photograph new public art, street art, and graffiti.
It makes obvious that Canva’s Instagram account would focus on design as it is a design tool.
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