18 Yeal-old Saar Oz created this wonderfully animated piece to remind young designers who are just starting out in a creative field that it’s easy to become frustrated (and even give up) when you experience “the gap” between your skills and your tastes, but the important thing is to never give up. I know it ignited a spark inside me when I first watched it. Maybe it will do the same for you.
In recent times the need to have a strong social media presence for your brand/personal profile is pretty much a basic requirement. Engaging with customers/clients and friends online has never been easier or more interactive. The last thing you need is your message (In most cases, a striking image) to be obscure, have cropped out missing details or contain poor resolution images. It’s just just an eyesore, I immediately scroll pass these repulsive social media posts and I’m sure I’m not the only one.
Nike’s evolution is split into seven game-changing eras: Genesis (1971-1994), Reformation (1995-1998), Golden Years (1999-2002), Enlightenment (2003-2006), Renaissance (2007-2010), Transformation (2011-2013) and Revolution (2014).
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If you work in a creative field, you probably struggle to find your inspiration from time to time. Sometimes its the simple things that kick your creative mind into gear like seeing a beautifully designed logo to a quote that just makes it seem so easy. These are 15 design quotes from legends throughout history that might hit the spot of you.
Many people see good design as just something that is pretty to look at but designers know that good design follows certain principles and how they work together. Toronto-based art director and motion designer Matt Greenwood illustrates this in a series of fluent animations which walks you through 24 of the most important visual design principles, ranging from rhythm to texture to color. It won’t teach you everything you need to know to be a designer, but it’s a good start.
I recently started on a musical themed poster, So I do what is normally my first step and looked for some inspiration. When I came across this collection from gomediazone I had to share it, Enjoy.
Sylvain Sarrailh’s ‘Badass’ series has given us all a unique interpretation of our favourite childhood characters. The French illustrator gives his work a darker, more adult mannered style.
We see Alice experiencing wonderland through the influence of drugs, A Winnie the Pooh you might not want to cuddle with, As well as bank robbing Huey, Dewey & Louie.