Love it all, I like to keep things clean and very high res
my design style is unique, quirky, but glam.
let me paint you a picture...imagine 3 little pixies flying around gathering different textured pieces of material, feathers, vintage brooches and putting it all together as a headpiece.
i think it's clean, but it depends on the idea (product, target, etc)
I am a minimalist.
Dark & Red for the most part, things I really love to work with.
Bright, sunny, fun with an occasional dark twist.
Don't actually know if I got a style. I am trying to find the right solution for the need or the audience. At the end I would guess it's more minimal and clean than full colored and illustrative.
simple and clean
Simplistic and clean.
Different, unusual, with a splash of class.
I haven't done enough I don't think to say I have a definitive style; but the stuff I've done and enjoyed the most has been very deeply textured grunge work.
My design style tends to lean towards a business look whenever possible. However, whatever style I need to use (in accordance with the clients wishes), it still needs to have a user-friendly feeling about it. The visitors to a particular site I designed, need to feel 'comfortable'. Seeing that every client is different and therefore every visitor, the designs can vary hugely.
Still, I really like to design a website that is made up of blocks. I created a few sites where every element looks to be random (which they are most definitely not), but personally whenever possible I like to design a site which has a clear header and footer and where everything in between is devided neatly into blocks.
Photorealistic. I love making things look real, or taking different elements from other pieces and tying it all together to make it look cohesive =]
I don't know if I have a style to be honest. It's more about what is right for the relevant job.
It varies from day-to-day. My style takes inspiration from everything and anything. Things I read, see, hear, think, dream. I love looking at the fundamentalists of graphic design and seeing how their work evolved. I also will look at work I may not understand at first, whether it be a language barrier or for a product I know nothing about. To understand another cultures design style and inspiration will help to shape something completely new in myself.