1352 readersThe Play issue, from NBA branding to Lego urbanism.
1037 readersOnce upon a time, there was a little girl named Goldilocks who broke into a house owned by three Bears: Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Baby Bear. # Okay, so the door was unlocked and wide open, but still, it wasn’t her house, so she broke in, okay. # After she broke into the house,
5408 readers A must article by Debbie Millman on Fast Company. The full article is actually an excerpt from her upcoming book, Brand Thinking and Other Noble Pursuits, which is currently available for preorder here. "Stanley Hainsworth has been a catalyst for the great brands of modern times. He was creative director at Nike and then Lego. He
10162 readers In this tutorial we will cover the techniques of creating “liquid” objects with the help of the Dynamic Sketch Tool, part of the DrawScribe plugin, plus the Blend Tool. This tutorial includes detailed instructions and interesting tricks that will allow you to succeed in creating this kind of style. Step 1 Take the Type Tool (T) and
1532 readers As a graphic designer or illustrator, your creativity often overflows, and you find yourself creating unique, one-of-a-kind illustrations for fun (if not for profit). Fortunately, there are many online outlets for selling your overflow or extracurricular work. You can sell illustrations for T-shirts and promotional items, or you can sell your illustrations for stock image
377 readersIt was eight years ago today that I was heading to Print 01 through the streets of Chicago and was bewildered by the commotion going on. There seemed to be police lights going everywhere. The...
842 readers Tucanna, a leading developer of packaged and custom business and production software for the printing and packaging industries, today reported that The LEGO Group, a privately held manufacturer of play materials based in Billund, Denmark, has selected Tucanna PrintControl and RapidCheck as critical quality control enablers for
1899 readersSmart Enough is an original article from: M-bossed.com — A media blog. ©2009 Ryan McAbee || Recently I read two books on the opposite ends of the spectrum, yet both books mentioned the same poem by Kurt Vonnegut. It bears repeating.
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