Creative design trends for 2017
Driven by Shutterstock data, these style movements are set to dominate visual and audio creative this year.
Pop art is making a comeback. Emojis will continue to transcend language. Design may struggle with a bit of an identity crisis.
These 2017 creative trends come from Shutterstock after the stock photo company mined data in it’s system (millions of searches and image downloads) to come up with a report that takes the guesswork out of trend predictions.
From three-dimensional textures to nostalgic newsprint finishes and evocative, atmospheric music, the report dives into what will make creative mouths drool in design, video and music this year.
Check out the full report here.