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Halftone textures are fantastic resources for creating retro print effects by simply overlaying the dot patterns over your solid colour artwork.
I almost forgot all about my annual tradition to write a birthday/anniversary post every April when my little blog gets another year older.
I have a photography themed Photoshop tutorial for you today, showing how to create a washed out matte photo effect that mimics the analog photography techniques of split toning.
Art Deco is an iconic design style from the 1920s that was recently given a new lease of life thanks to the movie The Great Gatsby.
This week Access All Areas members are being given a brand new resource from Simon Birky Hartmann’s The Shop.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything for sale at 99% off before, but Design Cuts have just released a new font bundle with this massive discount.
Logo mockup templates are clever PSD files that allow you to easily place your logo onto various surfaces to create realistic simulations of how your design would look as a real life print.
I have a brand new resource for my Access All Areas members this week, courtesy of Sivioco. Brush Lab is a collection of over 90 Brushes and 5 Actions, but these aren’t your average Photoshop brushes!
Follow my latest Illustrator video tutorial to learn how to create a retro style circular emblem, which are really popular as trendy logos or badges.
My home office is a complete mess with fairy sprinkles everywhere after creating my latest free design resource.
The latest resource for Access All Areas members to download is not one, but two premium Photoshop Action packs from FilterGrade.
There’s a range of effects designers often need to produce in their artwork. Watercolour effects, sketched effects, printed effects and illustrated effects are examples of popular styles that can take considerable amounts of time (and skill) to create manually using traditional tools.
It’s every print designer’s dream to work on a project that involves special print effects. Varnishes, fluorescents, foils and embossing are just some examples of cool finishes that can be applied by industrial printing companies, but the added cost makes these projects quite a rarity.
Today is a great day to be an Access All Areas member! Dustin Lee from RetroSupply has kindly donated the popular Atomic Age Print Kit for members to download.
In today’s video tutorial I explain how to create a realistic painted watercolor effect in Photoshop.
Vector graphics are a life saver for designers. When deadlines are fast approaching there’s no time to tediously illustrate design elements by hand, or frantically search the web for rare illustrations.
Since posting this showcase of inspiring artwork combining geometry & photography back in 2014 I’ve wanted to give this trendy style of art a try myself.
Access All Areas members can now download a massive logo templates pack courtesy of Design Something as part of their membership.
If you’re craving for some tasty new fonts, The Hungry Jpeg has served up a feast with their 40 fonts super bundle.
I love the abstract style of line art illustrations. It’s amazing how just a single stroke weight can be used to create intricate patterns and recognisable drawings with basic geometric shapes.