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Who likes ice cream? I love ice cream, especially Rocky Road! With its sweetness and different colors, it makes my bad mood to good.
The art of doodling has been around as early as the prehistoric era when cavemen would draw using stones.
Graphic designers use fonts on a daily basis. We have our favorites but we also run away from others. Some fonts have very little recall or have no commercial value, while others have become so popular, they should no longer be used in brand identity.
Bangkok based illustrator and graphic designer, Phuwadon Thongnoum, made Dragon Ball Z vector GIFs that will make us remember the show — maybe even watch it again.
Hipsters are extreme about everything. They either want something minimalist or go for extremely graphic designs.
Don’t feel sad if your favorite season ended, what you should do instead why don’t you use it to fuel your next project just like Pablo Canepa.
Hello creatives! This week we are going to profess our love for food through this freebie set of 20 vector line art illustrations.
Typography is a trendy design technique recognized worldwide. More than a trend, it has become a staple in most print and motion works for personal and commercial use.
Good day, creatives! Welcome to part 1 of our 2-part Fantasy Game Poster Photoshop tutorial by our resident graphic artist, Niño Batitis.
Would tapping the power of art in the form of posters would help make voters vote in this upcoming midterm elections?
A comprehensive visual about the basic principles of logo design. We previously posted an article about two absolutely clever infographic featuring the 10 Commandments of Typography and Color Theory.
“Since I love Saul Bass, the 60′s and HBO’s Game of Thrones, I made an alternative title sequence (like some others).” – Milan Vuckovic Created by Berlin-based multimedia designer Milan Vuckovic, this video shows us how the acclaimed Game of Thrones title sequence might look like if it was crafted by legendary graphic designer Saul Bass.
An illustrated collection of Iconic robots and machines from movies, TV, and video games created by David Wildish.
Infographic poster designs that are part educational resources and part GREAT works of art. Info•Rama is an exhibit of sophisticated screen-printed infographics crafted by artists Tom Whalen and Kevin Tong at the Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach, California.
Bar graphs, line charts, and pie charts come alive in the infographic-inspired world of Metrico. Most designers and marketers know that the main idea behind infographics is to simply make complex, and somewhat dull, topics highly interesting, entertaining, and easy to understand.
Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya never failed to let his imagination run wild. He’s been coming up with new concepts every day for his online calendar project and has been doing so for 4 years.
“Discover the history behind some of the world’s greatest typefaces with Typendium, an elegant collection of short essays and illustrations.” Typendium is a recently launched iPhone app that features stories about some of the world’s greatest typefaces and the designers behind them.
A group consisting of talented artists was tasked with creating a limited series of souvenir cups to help establish the identity of Gawatt takeout coffee shop.
“Good Old Wikipedia, Great New Look” Wikipedia hasn’t change much since it was built because the developers want it to work on computers with low-resolution monitors or slow internet connections with the same efficiency as it does on modern devices.
Company image is very important especially for its customers. It should have a good feedback to make other people go to them. However, even the biggest brands have some qualities which do not exactly enhance their brand’s value. Clif Dickens, a graphic designer thought of a way on how to make fun of these famous global brands, replacing their original slogans with something a little bit more honest feedback.