These 5 Amazing Mood Boards Will Boost your Creativity (Part 1)

Looking for the next boost of creativity? Having a mood board might help? A mood board is a visual presentation made up of images or text that reflect a certain mood or theme. Having one is a must for anyone interested in design! Mood boards are useful for helping you have a clear focus for your content or design theme. So here are 5 amazing mood boards that will boost your creativity.

Retro Art

Retro focuses on visual elements from the 40s to the 80s. Think about famous artists of the era like Andy Warhol, Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Hamilton, Larry Rivers and Ray Johnson. Incorporating popular household objects during those eras like comic books, Coca Cola, Campbell soup cans can and should also be incorporated into this theme.

Futurism Art

Futurism was an artistic and social movement born during the early 20th century in Italy. It emphasized dynamism, speed, technology, youth, violence, and technological objects such as the car, the airplane, and the industrial city. Common motifs include futuristic cities, dystopian landscapes, and overpopulation.

Modern Art

Modern art includes artistic work produced from the 1860s to the 1970s, and denotes the styles and philosophies of the art produced during that era. Modern art is often characterized as juxtaposed to traditional artistic work and styles. These could include conceptual art, mixed medium art, iconography as well as revolutionary artists during those periods like Marcel Duchamp, Andy Warhol and Richard Serra.

Natural Art

Natural art is the expression of humanistic skin tone qualities and colors. Think of themes that bring forth holistic, healing and self-care. These design motifs could include freckles, organic rounded shapes and soft warm colors.

Swiss Graphic Art

Swiss Style usually involves an asymmetrical layout, sans serif typefaces and the favoring of
photography over illustrations. The movement’s innovators combined elements of other artistic
trends to create the beauty and simplicity of the Swiss Style that we know today. It is characterized by an asymmetric layout with text aligned flush-left. Famous artists include Josef Müller-Brockmann, Allgemeine Gewerbeschule, Armin Hofmann and Confederatio Helvetica.

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