So here you are, behind your laptop, you just received an email from your new client for whom you’ve just designed an awesome logo, and boy, is he as excited as you are. Make sure you’ve got the right process and know-how to get it done.
Since the advent of color in any creative work of prints, film, or otherwise, that used only black, white, and gray, gave way to feelings of nostalgia, history, or even retro for onlooking audiences. There is much to enjoy with these seemingly out-of-place pieces of today’s modern and color-centric world.
The Many Tasks of the Mask is a graphic design project and self promotion piece that was developed with the intention to bring the viewer through my artistic process and design decisions.
Artists can’t help but be inspired by films and this inspiration often churns out huge amounts of unique and creative work into advertising campaigns, like movie posters.
As a designer, we can all relate to the moment when an idea hits you for the ultimate t-shirt design. It’s like an epiphany that takes on a life of its own—but is it perfect? Well, not yet.
Infographics are everywhere these days, and they have been tinkling designers pink since they started sprouting all over the place; but they have been around longer than you probably thought.
Halloween is a frighteningly wonderful time of year for graphic artists, because they can get away with so much more than usual in their designs.
We all know portraits—we all know typography. Combine the two and what you get is typographic portraits; portraits made up from type characters and designed with one or more fonts.
The beer and liquor industries is one of the most creative areas where true magic is developed. It seems that creatives have full range of what they want to create, from promo to promo there is never one promo that draws from another.
With “Captain America: The First Avenger” hitting theaters, it seemed an appropriate time to see what designers have come up with when it comes to re-envisioning the iconic superhero.