Who I am
I‘m Adrian Fahrbach a young and enthusiastic graphic designer living in
Stuttgart, Germany. All icons and interfaces you see here are made by me.
Handcrafted with love.
I‘ve always thought about how designs and devices could be improved to make working with them easier.
With a lot of ideas I started building my own graphics in 2010. Since then I‘ve improved a lot.
2011 I‘ve started with learning CSS and HTML so I could create my own web sites and animate my graphics.
Creating individual art that isn‘t just unique but also useful made me a lot of fun.
By earning my first money with Photoshop this hobby became a passion.
So if you‘re looking for someone to design an interface, an icon or something else feel
free to contact me!
Morgentau Bowtie theme
A bowtie theme with a working progress bar, translucency, customization settings and much more!
Wunderlist Support Icon
An icon representing the 6Wunderkinder Twitter support account.
Playstation 4 Icon
A wireless Playstation 4 controller.
XBox One Icon
An icon of the wired XBox One controller.
Various Smartphones in the iOS icon format.
Audio App Icon
This is the icon for the audio app. It's based on my first cassette icon.
Audio App UI
The client wanted an app interface that's easy to use and still good looking. I also created a mahogany version of it.
I've redone my 2 years old iPhone PSD! It's a bit different than the regular ones.
I really don't like the original one so I thought it can't be that difficult to make a better one...
I didn't find a mac version of Jean's alternative Sparrow paper plane, so I made my own.
This one is a iOS version of the cassette icon Artua posted on dribbble.
The Stolen Diamonds
I made a logo and a site for a Minecraft adventure map. it features a web-based "hidden codes" system.
A small movie icon I've made for practicing with plastic in Photoshop.
Bengal for Growl
A Growl theme I made. It's animated with webkit 3D.
I created the iOS and Mac icon of SalesDonkey an application for viewing your Envato balance.
ODST helmet icon
I'm a huge Halo fan, so I decided to create a ODST helmet just for practice.
Right after my iPhone PSD I wanted to create something with a more difficult shape.
This one is my first real attempt on icon design.