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World Renowned Pumpkin Carver Is Just As Talented At Sand Sculptures

Previously featured for the world’s largest pumpkin carving, Ray Villafane has sculpting talents in more than just the gourd field.

Weekend Heller: Stencil Type and Lettering

In Stencil Type, Louise Fili and I explore the variety and influence of the world’s most ubiquitous typographic style, which dates to prehistoric times and has been used on a range of surfaces from street signs, buildings and bridges to packaging and posters.

CIBO: An Integrated Brand Experience Agency

You’re invited to join us as we celebrate our 25th anniversary in Chicago May 4-8 with what is sure to be the most inspiring, informational, educational, and talked-about HOW Design Live yet.

How you see is what you get

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The Tiniest Drone in the World is MINUSCULE

It wasn’t long ago that we were amazed by any kind of drone, but now our jaws are dropping for another reason – the amazingly small size of the latest quadcopters.

This Week in Design: Jan. 30, 2015

A typography algorithm, the Super Bowl, key performance indicators, “normal” design and neon lights – what do they all have in common?

“Timely and Timeless” – The Design of Charles S. Anderson

One of the best parts about recruiting judges for the Regional Design Annual: Getting a chance to browse their brilliant archives—in this case, the work of team CSA Design.

HOW Design Live Adds Keynote Speakers & International Stars

Sure, we rolled out a phenomenal HOW Design­­ Live speaker lineup in October, but we just couldn’t stop there.

Snow Effect Overlay Textures for Premium Members

Access All Areas members are being treated to more resources from Design Something this week. These snow overlay effect textures instantly add realistic wintry blizzards to your photos.

Elbert Hubbard’s Little Title Pages

Elbert Hubbard, founder of the Roycrofters, America’s Arts + Crafts community in Aurora, New York, was perhaps the first designer as author, and he was certainly an early design entrepreneur.

Cosmic Paintings From The Beautiful Mind of Lisete Alcade

In dreams, meditations, or vision quests, some people can see beyond the reality where most people dwell, but very few can reproduce those visions in a way that can be shared with others.

Downright Creepy Ceramics from Israeli Artist Ronit Baranga

Some people get nervous about eating unusual foods, but it’s not often anyone gets creeped out by their dinnerware.

Celebrity Portraits Painted with Emojis

Most people use a camera or a paint brush to make portraits, but not Yung Jake. This multi-talented artist uses something more often used to share enthusiastic and/or ambiguous emotions via text message.

Circular Paper Cut Scenes from Nermin Er

Turkish artist Nermin Er cuts circular silhouettes into flat sheets of paper, layering each spherical scene into cinematografic worlds with beautiful depth.

How To “Nail It” With Your Pricing

When I was in San Francisco last week giving my new CreativeLive course, Command the Fees You Deserve, I met Ted Leonhardt, the author of the book, “Nail It: Stories for Designers on Negotiating with Confidence.” I have to tell you about him because we share a common cause—helping creatives earn what they deserve!

When New York Was Deutsche

During the 19th century, the Dutch, who had originally settled New York two centuries earlier and began using it as their business portal, saw the city ultimately become referred to as Deutsche, which actually means German.

Drawing Mushrooms With Sound: A Must-See Oscilloscope Project For The Inquiring Mind

Remember in elementary school when you learned to create words on your upside down calculator? This is kinda like that only 1000 times cooler.

Black and White Photos Wiped into Color

There’s probably no better way to see the power of the colorizing technique than with these animated GIFs from the Dutch design website NSMBL.

Can You Identify These 18 Everyday Objects Photographed Up Close?

Look around you and the world seems pretty familiar – but if you look close enough, things can start to look pretty alien.

7 Captivating Motion Graphics Designs

Learn how to make compelling animations in Sean Brodbeck’s online course, Motion Graphics and Animation Design.