10198 readers Today our guest is Chris Spooner, one of the most famous designers and bloggers in the world. His blogs Blog.SpoonGraphics (Vector and Photoshop tutorials, free vector graphics etc) and Line25 (Web Design and coding tutorials) are very popular. Chris lives in Sheffield, UK. He studied Art and Design at college and university and ended up
1247 readers Size doesn't matter when it's covered in plaid. When these were printed, we worked with an overprint and also switched the colors on the 2nd card to provide variation since they were being printed 2-up on press. In the
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7859 readers Branding and packaging for ecclectic Italian Tarry Market designed by New York-based Memo.
1228 readersCharlotte Rivers Book-Art showcases an international collection of exemplary and innovative book design. From mass-market publications to glossy coffee table and exclusive artist’s books, it explores both the creative inspiration and practical considerations behind the work. Displaying captivating examples of Read more »
3264 readersPBS Arts is back with another episode of the online video series Off Book. The new episode is called "The Universal Arts of Graphic Design." With segments on book cover design, architecture, and packaging, the video highlights the ubiquitous nature of graphic design and how everything around us is designed to make us feel,
1318 readersSappi Fine Paper In Sappi’s promotional book “2010 Printers of the Year,” you see how great printers know that what they do is more than just ink on paper. This year’s book, designed by Weymouth Design, features photography by Tim Read more »
2282 readersThis month we explore one of the most important topics in the design vernacular: Color. Nearly every story focuses on color, from Steven Heller’s look at the power of the color red, to Jude Stewart’s survey of color trends, to Stephen Coles’ and Paul Shaw’s primer about creating color effects with layered type. We also
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