We love low poly art! The clean and simple look you get from it is so satisfying. If you are looking for some inspiration for your next project, you’ve come to the right place.
Perhaps you are looking to go for a low poly style in your game, want to render pretty pictures or just want to enjoy some fantastic low poly art. Either way, I’m sure you’ll find something you like among these beautiful images.
If you want to learn more about creating good looking low poly art, take a look at our in depth article: How To Make Low Poly Look Good
Jeremy has done some amazing low poly art, I could probably fill this whole article with just stuff from him. The colors, composition and just the ideas alone are breath taking.
I highly recommend you take a look at the rest of his stuff: https://www.behance.net/cinnamontoast
Traces Of Light
A game created by Mikhail Pigichka, this looks really good! Super clean and simple, really taking advantage of the two tone color schemes used and some nice complexity in the materials. We love this.
Double B Coffee
A bit unexpected, this series of images was used by Double B Coffee on their coffee packaging! Generally we only really see low poly being used in video games and… well that’s about it really.
So it’s really cool to see something completely different like coffee making use of some low poly. Each image represents the country of origin for the specific coffee, making use of some low poly terrain action.
Not only that, they also managed to get it looking really nice! Well done!
Another non game related production, NAF – a Norwegian automotive insurance company ran this online ad a few years ago.
If companies could run more ads like these I would be willing to pay for Cable again!
Check out the full ad:
Another talented artist, similar style to Jeremy but still different. Very toony, vibrant look but still managing to get that realistic miniature feel to it. Check out his other stuff here, it’s all great!
He’s also good at publishing progress images showing how he achieved the end result which is always appreciated. Great for learning!
Other inspiring low poly images
Hopefully this helped you out with finding inspiration or reference for you upcoming project!
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