60 Amazing and Inspiring 404 Error Page Designs

Few Days Back I Was Doing Some Research On Internet And I Encountered Those Horrible 404 Error Blank Pages On Number Of Websites. I Instantly Got An Idea To Share Some Interesting 404 Error Pages To Inspire My Friends. I Simply Appreciate When A Designer Spends Time Designing An Error Page, Even When He Knows The Fact That This Page Will Not Be Seen Much On A Website – Or Maybe Shouldn’t Be Seen.

We Know That Sometimes We All Make Mistakes And Then End Up At Wrong Places. So For Those Quite A Few Sessions When Something Goes Wrong, It’s Much Better To Encounter Something Nice For At Least A Better Visual Impact.

Lets Have A Look On Really Creative 404 Error Pages.

1. Cuoma Design Studios


2. Iconfinder

3. Huwshimi

4. Reef Light Interactive

5. IStockPhoto

6. Texts From Last Night

7. Irrational Games

8. Rubbik

9. Apadeloup

10. Bellstrike

11. Wall.plasm


12. DeviantART

13. Blizzard Entertainment

14. Audiko

15. Limpfish


16. Carol Rivello

17. Mailchimp

18. Sage Media

19. Nice Cube Design

20. Robo.to

21. HootSuite

23. Homestar Runner

23. Walk With You

24. Scene1425

25. Dailymile

26. Inspiredology

27. Heinz

28. Chris Jennings

29.  Snakes In Space


31. Bitly

32. Habrahabr

33. Shelfworthy

34. The Web Motel

35. Replay Photos

36. Monsters Lab




41.The Austin Stone


43.Dailymotion Cloud


44.Css Ninjas


46.Tim And Simon


48.This After That

49.Wood Type Revival

50.U Bee Biz

51.Briza Rocha Bueno


53.The Stiz


55.Rachel The Great



57.Central Properties

58.Pixel Stadium

59.Jumping Jack Rabbit


Hope You Enjoyed !!!  the Creative Presentation Of 404 Error Page. By Seeing This You Can Learn How We Can Use Our Creativity In Wrong Things Also… 😉

Soon Will Come With Some Designs Set Of 404  error Pages For You.

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Allen Ray

is a graphic designer. The Design Mag was founded in 2008, and since then she is constantly looking for new ways to serve the Design community both online and offline. It is her ultimate goal to make The Design Mag the best source for Design related Tutorial and Resources. Follow on Twitter@thedesignmag

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