Brilliant Bham Dsgn

Such a great theme throughout The look and feel for the Birmingham Design Festival is obviously a cohesive and well-thought scheme. The type faces play well together and the colors are bold without being crazy. The Triangle or “Forward” symbols area brilliant way to tell the history and story of Birmingham without any words. Borrowed from Identity Designed

Impressive Design…

Abad - Family Furniture Designer

Abad is a family furniture design company in Getxo, Spain. They’re in a new business stage they’ve called “Abad: The recomposition” where the keys products are formed with a mixture of materials, concepts, and textures.

Reblog From & Additional Information: Identity Designed & Marina Goñi

Holi festival 2019: how designers use colour in ingenious ways
Photo Credit: Design Week

This week the Hindu festival of colours takes place, which sees communities across the world throw powder over each other to mark the start of Spring and celebrate love, joy and new beginnings. Inspired by this, creatives tell us about colourful design projects, which use the spectrum in inventive, charming and clever ways.By Sarah Dawood March 20, 2019 3:08 pm

Full article can be found at:

Featured Image: Australian National Maritime Museum branding, by Frost Collective

Surreal is So Real.

Max Loffler – Original Digital Work

Surreal Illustrations by Max Löffler

Max Löffler is a brilliant German illustrator and graphic designer working primarily in the fields of editorial illustration and album artwork. Check out Max and his other works. The mix of colors and some muted hues really make these images pop. These modern designs are current with a vintage vibe. Max’s work speaks volume without any copy.

Reblog from The Inspiration Grid –

Cozy Contemporary

Architects: Rodic Davidson Architects
Project: Kensington Town House
Location: Kensington, London
Photography: Will Pryce

Kensington Town House is a project completed by London-based Rodic Davidson Architects. Elite Designers were the lead structural consultants for the complete refurbishment of this classic white stucco fronted London townhouse in Kensington.

Project description: This large property forms part of a grand terrace situated at the heart of the Kensington Conservation Area. Our brief was to create a family house of exceptional quality for sale to an international market. Check out more by following links directly to Rodic Davidson Architects.


First things, first:

Thank you for checking out Bohème Theory. I am Brandon

  • This will be a blog of sorts.
  • I will also display some of my digital design work.
  • Paintings and other hobbies will surely be sprinkled in here & there.
  • I am a creative professional building my brand and introducing myself to those interested in the graphic arts and a fellow artist.
  • I will also do my best to pull in inspiration sources and tidbits from other designers and artists.
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