Compiling graphic design for the 1950s, the ’60s, the ’70s and the ’80s was easy. Just mention any of those decades, and iconic images pop into your head: cartoon-style housewives, bell bottoms, blocky, disco typography and neon lettering. But when it came to coming up with graphic design representative of the 1990’s, I was at…
When Google released Android Lollipop, it also brought into the market its whole new Material Design concept. Ever since its debut, designers and technologists everywhere are full of praise for the new design language, but for those who are new to it, here is a look at what Material Design is all about. Basically, Material Design…
MUSIC….The #1 inspirational device in life. Music is everywhere and there aren’t many people out there that can disagree with me. So what I have for you is 101 Best Designed Album Covers. I have searched high and low for many different types of covers. There are many that are drawn out, close up photos,…
When you’re designing something, there are a huge range of typefaces available to you, each with it’s own specific purpose. Many fonts are designed to be easy to read for either print or the screen, while others are designed to grab your attention.
We’ve all had our fair share of rejected design ideas. It’s just part of the job. Rather than chucking failed projects out with the trash though, locking rejected designs away for a rainy day may prove to be more useful than you might think.
There is perhaps nothing quite so beautiful in the world as a lush garden of flowers. The colors, scents and overall look of floral accents add an organic variety to typography where we usually see it as stoic.
With modern technology constantly becoming more advanced, concept cars are a glimpse in to the future. These concepts turn into prototypes, produced to showcase a new car’s style, technology and overall design before production and we’ve got a stellar grouping here.
Among typefaces, Helvetica is probably the most used sans-serif in the 19th century—it is the fifty year old font which we commonly see in subways, logos, signage, artworks, books, and even in income tax forms.
It’s hard to design something you don’t have a full understanding of, so make sure you’re asking the right questions to conceptualize the best designs.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words; and with each of his artistic masterpieces, web and graphics designer Alexander Koshelkov is sure to create a novel. With every stroke of his skillful hands, he renders people speechless. Then he gets them talking.