The mind- blowing type-face project is three- dimensional and spells the word “chucks”. On his about page on his studio it explains “His work is a mixture of urban street art, experimental transformer style, typo and a bit of Dutch design with extraordinairy use of color and craftmanship”. This particular project is most definitely uses his “experimental transformer style”. If you are interested in seeing more of the studios’ work you can take a look at the website as... CONTINUE READING
At the end of the day the first thing any employer is going to judge you on is your resume. Everyone wants to get that first interview and your resume is what will hopefully get you that invitation for that interview – getting your resume right is not only about what you write but how it is designed. Creative Agencies such as Vitamin T give out some great tips on how to build a resume and it’s always a... CONTINUE READING
These sentiments almost seem like commercial slogans, but they don’t have a corporate sponsor. Powers believes that his work helps the community, that he is advertising for a product and that product is love. Perhaps that’s why the police in Philadelphia simply offered ESPO and his crew a “Good luck, yo” while they painted a wall during a snowstorm. Prior to becoming a full time artist, Powers worked as editor and publisher for his own magazine, On the Go,... CONTINUE READING
In a past article Nicole Spiegel-Grolsch spoke to several leaders in the design industry to find out what they thought were the most important factors to consider in order to decide which university to attend. Von Glitshka explains in this article “Are they known for graduating quality students? Let’s face it many are after those willing to write a check and thus they don’t care too much about quality and rarely vet those taking their program”. He goes on... CONTINUE READING
Each “book bench” features a story, but not any old story; every single one is linked to London in one way or another and each is based on a book such as “How to Train your Dragon, “The Railway Children”, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, “Peter Pan”, “Sherlock Holmes” and so many more. You can see the entire list of benches and also their location. The website tells you all about each bench and also about each... CONTINUE READING
What: Ultimate Developer Event When: October 30 2014 Where:SEAPORT BOSTON HOTEL, Boston (1 Seaport Lane,Boston, MA 02210) Discount: 10% Discount Code: GRAPHIC “Learn the tools and skills you need to ensure your app can run on or connect to any new devices or platforms the future brings“. Come be inspired by the experiences and successes of the speakers and your fellow attendees”. Be prepared for an overload of inspiration. With world class speakers offering future- focused sessions on technical... CONTINUE READING
What:Future of Web Apps When:October 27 to October 29, 2014 Where: 1 Seaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210 Discount: 10% Discount Code: GRAPHIC To register and get the 10% discount you simply need to register and enter the special discount code “GRAPHIC”. This is a 3 day event of day-long workshops (but you have the option of coming for all 3 days or just the 1 if you wish). It gives you the opportunity to discuss emerging tools and platforms... CONTINUE READING
Event: Future of Web Apps When: September 29 to October 1 2014 Where: 155 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3YD Discount: 10% (including off the early bird special offer) Discount Code: GRAPHIC Inspiration, Education, Networking – Simple! To register and get the 10% discount you simply need to register and enter the special discount code “GRAPHIC”. This is a 3 day event of day-long workshops (but you have the option of coming for all 3 days or just the 1 if... CONTINUE READING
There are actually two different types of Scribble pens that will be made available shortly: The Scribble Ink and the Scribble Stylus. The scribble ink is an ink cartridge. It lets you draw on paper with the color that you have captured. The second one, the Scribble Stylus, is the one that will allow people to splash color around on your mobile devices screen (once the Scribble app has been installed). Those who are passionate about anything related to... CONTINUE READING
Labels Brought to Life as GIFs While there isn’t necessarily a practical use to these GIFs, Trevor Carmick has created some eye-catching and awe-inspiring animated GIFs of some of his favorite beers. It offers another look at otherwise flat design. This will hopefully inspire other designers and brands to explore additional realms of design to show us just what could happen when our favorite icons come to life. Playful Barcode Designs The barcode has been an unexplored terrain up... CONTINUE READING
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