July 4, 2020

50 Inspiring Examples of Hand Drawn Elements in Web Design

Hand drawn elements are great way to give a website a unique look. You can do that by adding a nice hand drawn illustration as a background, a stylish hand draw font, icon, line work, characters or any other element you might think of. Hand drawn elements can give your website an informal look. They can add lots of personality and even humor. Here we’ve gathered 50 examples of hand drawn elements in web design to inspire you. And as usual, if you have a cool example to share, leave us a comment.

Suie Paparude

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toucouleur.fr

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happyingreenville.com

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contrast

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Jason Gray

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Kari Jobe

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N.Design Studio

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Sawyer Hollenshed

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kusoyama.com

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estebanmunoz.com

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Studio Img

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Richard Stelmach

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Dean Oakley

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fatheads.co.uk

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booma

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bootb

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Biola

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tfreak.com

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christian sparrowm

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Mobious

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itlooksgood.com

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psyop.tv

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jcbsong.co.uk

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Sarah Hyland

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bearskinrug.co.uk

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charmingwall

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Dann Whittaker Creative

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Jesse Willmon

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khalsakids.org

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kittyattackblog

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kinetic.com.sg

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Low Morale

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Frank Pr

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Legwork Studio

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foto.marcol.art.pl

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petincanvas.com

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Robbin Waldemar

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camellie.com

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carsonified.com/projects

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redvelvetart.com

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Adam Amaral

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Project 365

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hugs for monsters

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TechAdventure DC

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A Million Things To Do

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creativejoomladesign.com

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bio-bak.nl

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giantantmedia

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dnadarwin.org

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chirp.twitter.com

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

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30 Comments

  1. Damian Smith Reply

    Some really amazing drawings and illustrations there. You don’t come across many websites with this kind of styling, which makes them even more unique and inspiring when you do see them.

    I have never even thought of adding my own drawing to style a website. Mainly because I’m not that great at freehand drawing, but looking at some of the designs it doesn’t take an amazing drawer to come up with something that catches your eye and works well in the design.

    I think the only time I may consider doing this is for my own personal website, not sure if my customers would appreciate a drawing placed on their sites!

    Really nice work from all the designers of these sites though, thanks for sharing them.

  2. Web Design Hertfordshire Reply

    Great collection of web designs. I have to agree with the majority of these comments. Hand drawn elements in web designs really work well. When designing our web site I had great plans for the use of hand drawn elements but the lack of time time has put them on hold. This post has now given me the inspiration to add them.

  3. Rachel Reply

    You really put together a great compilation of sites and page elements that were hand-drawn. Awesome! I love them. I just redesigned my drawing community site – http://www.drawinghowtodraw.com/ – I drew it, then cut out figures from scraps of paper to make 3-dimensional paper art. Then I took the huge layout to be photographed…then, it was finally made into a website. It was a long process, but it looks really cool. I hope that you like it.

    Rachel

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