FYI Monday: Retro Futuristic Designs by Sakke Soini

This post is part of the For Your Inspiration Monday Series showcasing the most inspiring designs out there. Each week a new artist or design style will be presented in order to get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy the series.
Sakke Soini is a freelance graphic designer & digital artist from Helsinki, Finland. Whether it’s classic retro futurism or top notch typography effects Sakke is up for the challenge. His vibrant style has landed him such big clients as Ray Ban and Nike already. I’m sure the list will continue growing. For more inspiration please visit Sakke’s online portfolio at www.sakkesoini.com.
FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

FYI Monday Inspiration by Sakke Soini

Written by Franz Jeitz

Franz Jeitz is a freelance designer and owner of Fudgegraphics. Originally from Luxembourg he now lives in London. Franz loves design, music and is a tea enthusiast. Follow him on Twitter.

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4 Awesome Responses so far
  1. Really really like the way that it is only a vintage style but it still looks current, a lot of vintage designs don’t keep it so current and tend to make the whole thing vintage. The lips have to be my favourite for this but the Rico Tubbs logo and Grid 2 are awesome. The logo looks so realistic and the grid is fascinating in the way you keep looking to try and figure it out, is it supposed to be a maze perhaps?

  2. Sehr schön im Retro look der wieder voll im kommen ist wirklich gut gemacht Top

  3. I really love Sakke’s portfolio, some of his pieces remind me of Tron, like the type for his Rico Tubbs piece and the lighting on Sorayama. I agree with Kelly, the way he uses vintage retro styles but is still able to keep it fresh and current is impressive. I can see why he’s been able to bag clients like Nike and Ray Ban, his interpretations of their products gives the viewer a different outlook on the brand. I think my favourite from his portfolio is Chulthentai Type, I love the detail in the type from the eyes to the tentacle strands.

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