With 2020 right around the corner, we are ready to see the dawn of a new decade, and we the designers are ready to embrace a new year of trends and a landmark. Graphic design has come a long way from home, it is more bold, more poised, more expressive, and yet it is subtle in many ways.
With the year 2020 entering our lives, we see a new trend of graphic designing which is here to stay and make a mark.
Here is our list of the biggest and stunning graphic trends for 2020:
Cyberpunk color scheme
Vibrant colors can also help set the tone and influence the end-user’s mood and behavior. Although it might be subtle, research suggests that our minds react to colors. – Andrew Zola
Redbull Club 2019 Campaign
Vibrant colors and gradients are now seen in user interfaces of different digital products: from the playful and entertaining ones to business apps and websites. –
Lost Future by Leonardo Correia
Lost in memories. Andrey Gevechanov’s portrait of a neon-haired girl is simply stunning! © Andrey Gevechanov
Cyberpunk Aesthetics Tokyo Neon Sign Color Palette Póster by gregGgggg
Meet Nu-Fashi, a young and very furious assassin hired by The Corporation to eliminate the main protagonist – V. Trained by the best neo-ninjas in the Night City. By Skeeva (Eugene Golovanchuk) Art Director / Digital Artist
Vibrant packaging designs by Athenabelle
Dimension 70 recording studio by Forma
Nike Campaign concept — Do it for NY by Sylvan Hillebrand
By the word dystopia it is meant to be a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. The other way to understand it is fearless. It is fictional, however it is loved and has taken place in all mediums. When we speak of dystopia in design, it is usually expressed with color color schemes, glitchy artworks, mechanized typography, merger of tech and organic matter.
The Future of Branding by Zain Amin
CARBONGRAD 1999 by Evgeny Zubkov
Imagery that replaces humans with faceless machines generates a dystopian vibe. Book cover by
This robo kitty gives off a strangely mystical and futuristic dystopian vibe. Album cover by
JACK – Fstudio.
Hand lettering with large personality “Nés pour gagner” by Stephane Lopes
Intervensi Elegant Signature
Mylko Brand Identity by Danielle hall
Best of hand-lettering by Eva Winters
best 4 2018 by Joanna Behar
Artwork for the Exhibition “Não há Futuro” by Motim in Brasilia
BLACK SEAL RUM / bottle by Rachel Lewandoski
Lake of the Isles by Larry Sickmann
Coast to Coast
Paper cut-out collages
Beer Cans by MadeByStudioJQ
Then + Now by Ricky Linn
Magia Piura by Alejandro Gavancho
Fight for your right by Christian Barthold Collage
Sexting instead of Sex?
CULTRAITS – Wes Anderson by Matteo Mala Alagna
Sovrapposizioni – Meno di un manifesto Photo and Layout by Luca Longobardi
Pela Fechadura by Miligrama Studio
Berlin Fashion Week by Ola Szatkowska
Live data visualization
Red Bull visualizations summary of screencast from CLEVER°FRANKE on Vimeo.
HERE Traffic Analytics from CLEVER°FRANKE on Vimeo.
Internet of Elephants | Full documentary from CLEVER°FRANKE on Vimeo.
KNWU NK BMX Freestyle live data visualization case video by CF from CLEVER°FRANKE on Vimeo.
Street art styles
Graphic trends to follow in 2020: Anaglyph Abandoned Portugal by Burn Crew
Social Media Badges by B S
Sneakers set by Van Orton Design®
Sneakers set Van Orton Design
Calavera by Paolo Geronimo
Discipline 369 collaboration capsule Street Knowledge by ZRO 30
HUS by Artur Husainov Caribbean Hood by Black Childish
Win or Lose Tour by Andy Celis
QueSci Golden Anniversary book cover