A good and creative business card can most definitely make all the difference in the first impression that you have on someone. So here are a few business cards that stand out from the crowd: 1. Business Cards For A Make-up Artist Lesha Limonov explains the challenge which was to “Come up with an artistic business card that looks like nothing else and allows to create new images within given concept”. And the solution? “We created a business card... CONTINUE READING
Scott Wilson spoke to GraphicDesign.com about how these poster came about and explained “As huge Mustang fans, we’re always fascinated by anything that has to do with classic cars, so we’re always thinking of new ideas. A few of us were watching the FIFA World Cup and it was USA vs Germany. Germany was clearly the better team but the US was hanging in there. Someone said something like “If this were car vs car, a Mustang would totally... CONTINUE READING
Award: Creativity Print & Packaging Awards Cost to Enter: Professional – $95-$125 / Student – $45-$75 Discount: $15 Discount Code: GDDC15 Deadline: August 29th 2014 Creativity annual awards is located in Louisville and has been established since 1970 together with Art Direction Magazine. It is one of the oldest international design competitions in the world and the creativity annual awards is judged by a panel of professionals. The 2014 Creativity 44 Print & Packaging Jury include Andreas Kioroglou, Ryn... CONTINUE READING
Those are the obvious choices. But, there are also subjective issues to consider when selecting a font or set of fonts. These include kerning and letter-spacing, line spacing or leading for those of us who remember a life before the Web. What about the font’s emotional value? How well does it align with the project’s goals and audience? Then there’s always the design’s delivery media to consider. Will it be print or digital? If digital, will it be desktop... CONTINUE READING
Siqueira has worked on many projects from CD covers to posters, from books to Magazines as well as on package design for the toy and food industry. He has not only been featured in many magazines but he has also won prizes such as the Clio Awards 2011 for the comic pages he did for AIDES. The world cup is less than a month away and these posters are simply inspiring, especially for those designers who are also soccer... CONTINUE READING
Cody Small explains to GraphicDesign.com the concept of the project: “The idea behind of the composition is to mimic the patterns found in nature, specifically The Fibonacci number. This sequence is found in the likes of Nautilus shells, Roses, the cochlea of the human inner ear, almost everything”. These clocks started as a poster series which you can see below: Cody Small goes onto explain “I’m fascinated by the concept that although the world may appear random and chaotic,... CONTINUE READING
Although the Royal Chartered Bank of England introduced the “Pound Sterling” in 1694, it wasn’t until 1793 that the first £5 notes were adopted. It remained the lowest denomination bank note until 1797 and it soon became known as the “white fiver”. It remained in circulation until February 1957. Below you can see the Bank of England’s £5 note. As explained on the British Museum website the bank notes “consisted mainly of text, the only ornament being a small... CONTINUE READING
Showcasing the work of university students from all over the UK aims to shine light on up and coming artists and the first edition of the magazine is fulled with over 100 pieces of student work from all different areas such as fashion, graphic design, illustration, furniture and typography. The great thing is that there are no rules or guidelines – all students can submit a project of their choice. Harriet went on to explain: “Submitting your work is... CONTINUE READING
To end the week we thought graphicdesign.com readers would enjoy some of the top projects found on behance.net this week. These projects have been created by different designers from around the world and as many of you know behance’s platform is a place where many designers showcase their work and go to to discover creative work. Below are a few of most appreciated projects this week. For those of you who are not familiar with Behance, appreciations are a... CONTINUE READING
Below are some amazing poster designs (in no particular order) by some extremely talented designers from all around the world. The links under each poster will take you to the designer’s website where you can see even more examples for your inspiration. We want you to tell us which is your favorite and why. Or if you feel there is a particular poster of your own that you find inspiring then feel free to share with us. 1. SXSW... CONTINUE READING
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