Boost Your Brand Identity with Low Poly Art

Originally Posted: June 21, 2017 | Updated: January 23, 2024 | By: Jordan Halliday

Boost Your Brand Image with Low Poly Illustrations

The popularity of low poly graphic design continues to thrive, and for good reason. While these illustrations may evoke the aesthetic of earlier graphic design eras, their modern resurgence has found a place in today’s visual landscape.

This technique is widely employed for illustrations, logos, and graphics due to its quick loading time in digital applications and the ability to provide a modern, unique, and eye-catching look to your brand, website, advertisement, or infographic.

 

Low Poly Logo Concepts by Jordan Halliday of Pinebee Creative

Understanding Low Poly Illustrations?

While there are countless stock photos and illustrations available online, using the same images as many others can dilute your brand identity. To truly stand out and captivate your audience, unique graphics that authentically represent your brand are essential to achieving your goals.

Low poly graphic design utilizes polygons to craft digital images. The term “low poly” indicates the use of fewer polygons, resulting in distinctive images with more edges that truly stand out on websites, infographics, advertisements, or logos.

As graphic designers we employ this technique to create images seamlessly integrated into your website, app, or other marketing materials. Whether embracing the current trend of intentionally blocky low poly illustrations or opting for nearly seamless and sleek graphics, our team ensures a tailored approach to meet your design needs.

A social media post for the SLC Mayoral Debate at SLC VegFest 2019 featuring low poly animal illustrations
Graphic of Schedule used for SLC VegFest 2019 featuring low poly graphics.

Examples of Designs using Low Poly Art. Graphic Design & Illustrations by Jordan Halliday of Pinebee Creative.

Why choose low poly graphics?

 For those unfamiliar with low poly graphics, envision early 3D computer and video game graphics characterized by a relatively small number of polygons. The simplicity of geometric shapes is a compelling reason to embrace low poly technology.

Low poly art graphics offer a unique method of 3D modeling applicable in both 3D and 2D environments. By manipulating the color and shading of polygons, we achieve results that are both brilliant and elegant. 

Examples of Low Poly Video Game Characters. Illustrated by Jordan Halliday of Pinebee Creative.

“I’ve always loved the look and feel of older 3D video games. It’s what inspired me to start creating art in a similar style.”

Jordan Halliday

Founder & Creative Director, Pinebee Creative

Custom Animal Illustrations – Low Poly Pets

Explore the latest art trend of custom animal illustrations, particularly within the realm of Low Poly. Low Poly Pets is a passion project by Jordan Halliday, Founder and Creative Director of Pinebee Creative and Pinebee Printing.

Visit LowPolyPets.com to discover more.

Examples of Low Poly Pets. Illustrated by Jordan Halliday of Pinebee Creative.

Our Services

Low poly graphic design is just one of the many graphic design styles we offer for all your marketing needs. Whether you need a logo, website assets, game or app elements, business cards, stationary, infographics, or more, we create engaging images that capture your customers’ attention.

In addition to Graphic Design, we provide services such as Brand Identity & Logo Design, Website Design & Development, SEO & SEM, Copywriting & Translation, Digital Marketing, Motion Graphics & Animation, Creative Design Consulting, and more.

In a generation captivated by short and informative content, we help you meet your goals by using the unique appeal of low poly illustrations alongside our diverse services. Explore more illustrations from Pinebee Creative and let us elevate your brand’s visual identity.

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