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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Some type tutorials

Speaking of typography and tutorials…here is a link to a blog post that links to some cool typography tutorials. http://www.blog.spoongraphics.co.uk/articles/25-tutorials-for-creating-detailed-graphical-text-effects Some of them are a bit meh but some of them are really cool.

Sometimes typography is just awesome.

      In the words of Bernie Mac, “nuff said.”

Minimalistic Designs of Consumer Products

“The Minimalist Effect in the Maximalist Market does just that. Created by Antrepo, which is a multidisciplinary design consultancy that derives their power from exciting and passionate design members who are actively contributing to the core of design. Antrepo takes several popular brands, creates a simple variation and a more simplified variation. The result is […]

The need for peer review

Recently I was writing a research paper, and I was having an extremely difficult time finishing it. This is a problem I usually don’t have, but I eventually realized that I needed a fresh set of eyes to read over my paper and help me filter through some of my thoughts. Unsurprisingly, shortly after I  […]

Yes, Learn to Say No.

Learning to say no applies to more than just saying no as a designer, it applies to life. However when pertaining to design there will be times that we just need to say no. Saying no isn’t necessarily selfish. When you say no to a new commitment or client, you’re honoring your existing obligations and […]

What does a business card say about you?

Business cards are often overlooked elements of representing your business, when they are a very important part of your brand.. A Business card is the first thing potential clients will look at after meeting you. So when done properly you are leaving a good last impression after your first meeting. The card will identify your […]

Sketchbooks and Tutorials

Sketchbooks and tutorials are two things that I believe are important for any artists, and especially the latter for digital artists. Drawing in your sketchbook daily can vastly improve your ability to more quickly start tasks that will be presented to you  in your college and post-college design career. Whether you’re story boarding, mood boarding, […]

balloons art!!

Never in a million years would I have thought balloon art will be as popular as it is today. Being a balloonist is like being a sculptor. Through creating three-dimensional art and seeking new ways to construct objects. Without popping a single balloon. Shows the thought process in constructing this particular art can be challenging […]

FAIL LOGOS!

Horrible logos is one of the worst thing a person can come across. There are so many corporations, products, services, agencies, and other organizations that use a logo to represent their image that the rareness of a logo becomes a very important element. Like michael jordan, nike, adidas, puma, north face, coach, obey and more. Unfortunately, […]

body art!!

Body art is by far one of the most difficult forms of art out there. For the simple fact of having the correct precision throughout the entire body and color. Can either make or break the ending results. Even though, those results are geared towards everything in art. Body art consists of blending a human body […]