Get hip to the geometric design trend

Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but there’s a lot more shapes to play with out there. There is no denying that geometric designs are in vogue right now – and it’s easy to see why.

Clean, dynamic lines are not only irresistibly cool, but easily to translate across a variety of products and industries. From hipster t-shirts to boutique logos, this minimalistic style looks great at every angle.

Minimal Instinct


Designer: indra cahya
Contest: Less, but Better! I need your most basic logos for for Minimal Instinct

Evolve Theatre

Designer: ChrisTorregosa
Contest: Create a community-building T-Shirt for our new nonprofit!

Tria brewery


Designer: Multipraktik
Contest: We need innovative beer labels! GUARANTEED!!!

Adams + Braun Interiors

Designer: RifalFahrudin99_SSD
Contest: Create a clean and modern logo for an interior design firm

Tile Republic

Designer: KemonoMichi
Contest: Create a winning logo for Tile Republic

Geometric album cover


Designer: • • • •
Contest: Album Cover

Redux Saints

Designer: austinminded
Contest: Redux Saints Branding



Designer: reloart™

Manitou Media

Designer: Jeena°
Contest: Design a simple, fresh logo for a kick-ass media production company.

Ransom Interiors

Designer: tykw
Contest: Create a sophisticated, iconic logo for interior design boutique Ransom

Jessica Polar

Designer: cmyk13
Contest: logo for Jessica Polar

Kramnik album art


Designer: Pinch Studio
Contest: ALBUM COVER (acid-jazz, chilled electronic) for Kramnik OPEN TO ALL DESIGNERS!!

Symbology fashion tee


Designer: blandine*
Contest: Create sophisticated, cool designs for WOMEN using SYMBOLOGY

Have you seen another great geometric design lately? Share it in the comments!

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Kelsey Bryant
Kelsey Bryant

Kelsey is 99designs' Designer Marketing Manager. Born and raised in a small town in Connecticut, she moved to San Francisco in 2009 with a degree in Strategic Communications from Elon University. When she’s not running the designer blog, you can find her exploring the city, taking weekend road trips, and soaking up that California sunshine.

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