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Looking for an idea to fuel your creativity for your next campaign? Here is a fantastic example.
The Undress is a simple idea, but it addresses a very real need for women. Hence the incredible funding results!
Think these images are photoshopped? Think again. In reality, these are extremely distorted three-dimensional sculptures created by New York-based artist Robert Lazzarini. Lazzarini constructs ordinary objects like chairs, hammers, telephones and skulls which are drastically skewed to challenge our sense of visual perception and recognition.
Cement and concrete has been with us since Roman times and the Brutalist current really put the raw concrete wall on the spot. But only recently concrete objects like furniture design, lamps, flower pots, candle holders and other similar decorations have taken off and have …
Branding is all about creating a corporate identity or logo design and in building up the brand value is essentially best done by a graphic designer who is adept in creating images keeping the color schemes, and the artistic value of the image that represents the brand as well as the organizations. When designing a new logo, it should be done in such a way that the customer is able to recollect and recognize the logo design.
How many times does a child say “I need to go” in a car ride? When nature calls, it would be hard to ignore. There’s no use holding it in; the more you do, the more it seeps through. *laughs* No need to limit your fluids or lay off the Mexican food because even cartoon characters have been spotted doing their personal business.
Have you ever thought about how the process of developing concepts for the packaging of different products is actually goes on? Perhaps someone thinks that there is nothing easier than that, but that someone turns out to be wrong. The creation of the packaging for any product requires lot of efforts, and the most important thing here is obviously inspiration! Usually product packages are made to sell the product better, to attract more and more costumers and here designers do their best to draw the attention of a buyer. They use different logos, colors, images and shapes to make the packaging eye-catching. Here we have gathered a lot of amazing concepts for your inspiration and they are really worth seeing! Enjoy it!
ng that not only children should relish the joy that is a box of sharp color pencils, The School of Life has released a lovely set—albeit a somewhat grown-up version. The 12-piece The Psychology of Color pencil set spans the regular hues, but instead of being labeled with the brand or the color name, each is emblazoned with a deeper and more thought-provoking word. Each color is matched with a feeling or memory and they are all explained in the booklet about the psychology of color.
Evidently, orange is connected with vitality; green with sanity and realism; while ambiguity is most closely associated with purple. Whether doodling on a notepad or creating your latest masterpiece, working with these pencils is sure to inject a little extra imagination and inspiration into your sketches.
German photographer Sven Fennema has created his own kind of kaleidoscopes. Usually, Fennema chooses to photograph abandoned places in Europe like churches and cemeteries, places with architecture that bends and curves. In most of the photos, Fennema then angles the camera upward to capture the view looking up at the ceiling or sky. Next, Fennema takes numerous photographs, circling 360 degrees around his subject. Finally, he uses an aggregator to assemble the images together, creating the kaleidoscopic photos you see.
Whenever you're forced to use a sub par photo, or just want to take your image one step further, there are a lot of options to choose from.
One simple — but not so easy to execute — technique is called the out of bounds photo effect. That's just a fancy way of saying that certain parts of your image stick out past the usual rectangle shape.
This tutorial will teach you a pseudo 3D take on this popular process.
From Vector to animal inspired, minimal, real estate, photography related, there are many styles of vector and PSD logo templates available for designers to check out, use them in their logo designing projects, get inspired or share with friends and fellow designers.
Looking at a logo, do you feel its easy to design? If yes, you got to rethink. Its as difficult as handling any kind of design infact, sometimes more than that. No matter how small in size, the logo designs appear to be, sometimes designers actually get stuck in between. What’s the solution then, seeking inspiration or taking help from professional designers.