We are often amazed by web design artists for they always keep surprising us with new effects and details or sometimes even with new applications of old technologies. Since we love to share these experiences, we are back with our weekly list featuring 10 new artistic web designs.
The first website in our list is made by Weltrade, a speculation organization of traders on the FOREX market. This web design beautifully complements the company culture by displaying nothing else but high-class details. The professional video introduction gets you hyped for the market opportunities right away. The traders move very characteristically and look very composed in their classically decorated setting.
Citeco - 10.000 years of economy
Next in our list is a website by the French company Citéco that teaches the history of 10.000 years of economics. The web design colouring and setup reminds of the history school books, but smoother and with interactive navigation. Scrolling down the timeline works like virtual time travel tour back to the very beginnings of economy until you ultimately get back to our contemporary world again.
This beautiful web design is made by the Italian visual branding and performance marketing company GBR Design. The header features a nice bubble effect that moves around with your mouse pointer, while the rest of the design looks clean and professional. Browsing their portfolio projects feels like looking through a list of postcards that charmingly fill up your entire screen when opening them up.
Andre do Amaral
The fourth in our list is developed by web designer Andre do Amaral to promote his work at the website building platform Squarespace. After the fitting rectangular opening, his works are presented by breath-taking headers followed by beautiful designs and telling photos. As a nice finishing touch, Amaral designed the loading animation in the form of a square as well.
This website is dedicated to promote the Italian wine brand 1701 Franciacorta, which will leave you thirsty just by browsing it. The opening video beautifully captures the art of wine making after which a virtual tour transports you right to the picturesque vineyard itself. The grape-shaped navigation panel guides you tastily through the various production processes of these delicious wines.
This website by the American Myers School of Art advertises the “Fine Folk” that make up their senior portfolio exhibition. This website navigates like a gallery, and introduces all the graduating candidates through a photoshoot and video animation. This personalized design is aided by short “about” pages for every artist, which feature their specific skills and projects so you can get in touch with them if they have intrigued you.
Our seventh website of this list advertises the luxurious real-estate of the Echo Brickell skyscraper in Miami. These homes are probably unaffordable for most of us, but just by marvelling at the perfection in this web design we already get a good reflection of the luxury that this place is built with. The various penthouses and residences all feature a beautiful custom-made introduction video that guides you through these dream-places as if you are the first interested buyer.
This website also advertises residences in the Miami area, but this time in the Muse skyscraper. This web design, in contrast, features lighter colours that exude an idyllic spa-like feeling rather than overwhelming luxury. There is still plenty of luxury to be found in this high-tech building, however, but this is presented more elegantly. The website even features a live-cam that transfers this utopia in real-time to its web visitors.
This web design beautifully memorializes the Italian painter, sculptor, interior decorator, and engraver Piero Fornesetti. The opening animation that changes its colours and patterns upon clicking sucks you right into the artistic experience where his creations dance playfully across your screen. The color scheme with the fragmenting lines mimic the screening of an old film, while the interactive navigation through his history is set-up like a guided museum tour.