21 musically-inspired designs from 99designers

There’s not a lot that gets people excited more than their favorite songs — especially before a weekend. Here at 99designs for example, we like to usher in each Friday by celebrating with the classic Phil Collins (it’s Phil Collins Phriday, y’all):

In this spirit of jamming, we’re ready to share the tune-tastic designs we’ve been seeing on the site for ages now. Everything from logos to merchandise to album packaging to tattoos, which we couldn’t resist showing you any longer. Get pumped with us and head into your weekend by perusing this list of musically-inspired designs from 99:

Logo design by -RZA-

-RZA-

Tattoo design by Giulio Rossi

Giulio

Illustration by Fathair

Fathair

Web design by Sharp.Designs

SharpDesigns

T-shirt design by ♦♦FRANTIC♦♦

Frantic

Album packaging design by vanessanoheart

Vanessa

Logo design by N81

N81

T-shirt design by cereal killer

cereal killer

Logo design by hattori

hattori

Icon design by nelutu

nelutu

Poster design by DataFox

DataFox

Logo design by steve hai

Steve Hai

Logo design by Lazar Bogicevic

Lazar Bogicevic

Logo design by davidwaschk

davidwaschk

Logo design by SimpleSimonDesign

SimpleSimonDesign

Logo design by muszaj

muszaj

Album cover design by Justwoomass

Justwoomass

Poster design by Paul107

paul107

Album cover by Rishabh A

Print

Illustration by MattDyckStudios

MattDykeStudios

Album cover design by vabriél™

vabriel

Want to see even more delightfully sonic designs? Check out our brand new pinboard Music design at 99!

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Kaitlyn Ellison
Kaitlyn Ellison

Kaitlyn is part of the Community Team at 99designs.com. She grew up in Boulder, CO and went to school at Northwestern University in Chicago. When she's not blogging, she spends her time having adventures and being generally creative. She's all about having new experiences as often as possible!

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