by Kerby Rosanes . February 25th, 2013
Hello creatives! It’s minimalist Monday once again so it’s time to bring you the creative kick you need today by showcasing the best art and design works in the world of minimalism. We covered posters, magazines and other print designs last Monday; this time we keep an eye to the most awesome minimalist product designs that simplify not only their uses and features but their whole design aesthetics.
Aside from architecture and interior design, the minimalist theme is now also widely used in packaging, branding and product design. A modern phone, a cutting-edge kitchen appliance or a sleek sofa are just few examples of simplified products we use every single day. Minimalism in product design gives attention to style, simplicity and user-friendliness. Below are few awesome examples:
Stainless Steel Kettle | Ichiro Iwasaki | Source
Minimalist Clothes Rack | Source
Otokoyama Sake, A Simple, Minimalist and Classy Sake Packaging on Vizeer.com | Source
Zenon | Source
Minimalist Ceramic Bowls | Nesting Bowl set of 3 by OneClayBead | Source
Minimalist Eclipsion Wall Clock | Source
Laptop Bag by Soeren Hougesen (Source)
Grey to Green Pavers by Caroline Brahme | Source
Google ‘Glass’ Project Prototype | Source
Birdhouse Modern Minimalist The Right Angle by twigandtimber | Source
Minimalist Piggy Banks | Source
Minimalist Furniture Series by Signalement | Source
Geo Thermoses by Normann Copenhagen | Source
Which among those minimalist product designs is your most favorite? Tell us your thoughts as well us your suggestions for our next feature on Minimalist Monday by commenting below. Stay awesome everyone!
Kerby is an online marketer who has a keen eye in print design and creative artworks. When not at work, he spends most of his time in completing his sketchbooks with doodles and illustrations from anything that inspires him to draw. He is an avid fan of Japanese Anime, manga and some comic book characters. Check out his illustration blog and portfolio for more info.
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