Inspiration mix is a roundup of inspirational designs based on a specific niche. When designers are in search of inspiration, going from site to site and typing in specific search queries in Google is daunting.
To solve this problem we combine some of the best designs based on specific topic and give you high quality inspiration all in one place. So if you are in charge of designing a business card, logo, poster, brochure, website, or anything else, this is your go to resource.
Today we will be taking a look at environmental designs. Environmentally friendly (also eco-friendly, nature friendly, and green) are ambiguous terms used to refer to goods and services, laws, guidelines and policies claimed to inflict minimal or no harm on the environment.
Companies like Kings Cuts Tree Surgeons sometimes use these terms to promote goods and services by making environmental marketing claims and with eco-labels.
Let’s use Apple as an example. Apple designs products that are energy-efficient, free of many harmful toxins, and highly recyclable. By having the environment in mind, consumers will feel better about buying your products.
Apple takes a complete product life cycle approach to determining their environmental impact. You and I can clearly see that they care about the environment, and went the extra mile to engineer recyclable products that also meet EPA requirements.
Here are some related keywords to environment. Feel free to use them to find related content on Google or other search engines. Good luck!
Table of Contents
Mr Globe Recycles by Rob McClurkan
Recycle Takeover by wotto76
Recycling by Lim Heng Swee
Conserve Paper by Dustin Wallace
Earth! Water! Light! Cloud! by Richard Perez
Earth n’ Moon by John Martz
Oh,tree! – Logo concept
Evolution by Bill S Kenney
Hand by Brian Hurst
BrandSprout Logo by Roy Barber
Green Icons by Eight Hour Day
Energy exhibition by Alexander Sapelkin
Responsible Tourism by Derek Clark
Naturehand Logo Design by Dalius Stuoka
Ist logo design (unused) by Srdjan Kirtic
Eco Icon Set by IconCreme
Eco Mode by Gustavs Cirulis
Herbary by Janis Ancitis
Think Green by Tom Nulens
Ecodiva by Kevin Burr
Go Green 2 by Ran Shenberger
Green Tees by Natalie Larkin
Timba Environment Diagram by Jonathan Minns
Hybrid Herbs by Janis Ancitis
Corporate stationery by Richard Di Cesidio
Jungle Drink by Leroice
Hand-drawn Eco Icons 2 by Hatchers
Zenkyuu by Stephen Klise
Biotupé by Nara Silva
Earth Day Logo Options by Dustin Wallace PR
Planet by Tyler Hoehne
Spirit of Nature by Kyle Louis Fletcher
GreenLight by Daniel Marina
Web clothing shop menu – UI/UX interface by Jonathan Moreira