Inge Ketelers

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I’m absolutely loving the work of Belgian graphic designer, Inge Ketelers. Ultra simple and clean. Minimalism in its purest form. No distracting elements, just well composed text and images. I wish more design was like this, back to the basics. It’s refreshing to see such design being created, a nice departure from the mind-numbing Photoshop gradients and lens flares.        

7 Comments on "Inge Ketelers"

  • I very much agree! Or as advertisers say in my town (Gävle 170 k north of Stockholm), – Can we ad more stuff in that space? A swoosch perhaps!?

  • Robert Pierce says

    The most important tool in a graphic designer’s toolbox is white space.

    Bigger! Brighter! Bolder! should have no place in graphic design.

  • jim says

    Magnus….

    ‘Can we ad more stuff in that space? A swoosch perhaps!?’
    I think this is a re-occurring nightmare for many designers!

  • owen says

    amazing.. i agree, this is design in its purest form. simplified simplicity… very inspiring. Bookmarked!

  • jim…

    absolutely, it`s a fight that has been fought on many occasions…

  • Lee says

    Beautiful. There’s also a restrained elegance to it as well. Stunning.

  • Serge says

    Content is the king. The rest is noise. Great find, Antonio.