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.
It was time we showed a bit of a softer side here at Inspiredology.(Ya, Flowers) While on a vacation to California this past month I had the opportunity to snap some shots of some beauty flowers. Thought I would grab some colors out of the vibrant naturally occurring plants, using this very unnatural digital world…
When skin is too permanent a canvas for your art, other mediums can come into play, such as fabric, paper, packaging and even websites.
If you are a graphic designer, chances are good that you’ve already designed an urban t-shirt or two (or a hundred) for a friend, an event, or even a softball team.
It’s been said that image is everything, but just how true is that statement? Do first impressions really last a lifetime? Should a business worry as much about its brand image as it does about its products? The answer to these questions is an unequivocal “yes.”
The beautiful letters, the ornate letter designs, and the perfect letter spacings that adorn the pages of a magazine, book or other work of art are the things that make typography so attractive and intriguing.
The earthquake, and resulting tsunami, that destroyed most of Japan’s north east coast line last Friday March 11th is a reminder of Mother Nature’s power.
In the ’70s, graphic designers used rubber cement, kneaded erasers, X-acto knives, proportion wheels, border tape and illustration boards to create advertisements, brochures, logos and other products.