Posts in category:Graphic design

In this topic you can find the latest news in graphic design, newest trends, new graphic movements, everything about color and new techniques.

Pop Art meets Op Art by Malika Favre

Pop Art meets Op Art by Malika Favre

April 23, 2018

Malika Favre is a French artist currently situated in London. Her style is characterized by pure minimalism and Pop Art, but sometimes described as ‘Pop Art meets Op Art’. She has developed this style by using positive/negative space and color, especially of the female body and the curves she loves to draw.

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Andreas Wannerstedt’s oddities

Andreas Wannerstedt’s oddities

April 16, 2018

Have you ever heard about oddly satisfying things that trigger inexplicable feelings we all know? We sure did. And we know just the person who creates such 3d art.

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Easter packaging design ideas

Easter packaging design ideas

April 02, 2018

Spring is the best time of the year. The nature flourishes, flowers bloom, the birds sing, and everyone feels sudden fits of joy. The spring is also the time of the year when most of us go on holidays and relax to say goodbye to winter blues and celebrate the coming of the new season.

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Interesting examples of snacks packaging design

Interesting examples of snacks packaging design

March 28, 2018

Snacks. Whether you like it or not, you probably cannot restrain yourself from taking a pinch, which then turns into devouring the whole package. Whether it is a movie, Netflix, or simply your favorite TV show – not a single person can resist eating snacks.

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Pop Art Lego design by Jaime Sanchez

Pop Art Lego design by Jaime Sanchez

March 19, 2018

Lego. For some, this was the first word we have ever uttered. You can create an infinite number of shapes and worlds with those bricks. Modern artists, however, can create even more. With the help of art direction and digital photography, the possibilities for the creation of new digital pieces is practically never-ending.

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Papercuts by Robbin Gregorio

Papercuts by Robbin Gregorio

March 12, 2018

Paper cutting is a traditional skill of many civilizations, including Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, Jewish, Slavic, and Filipino. This ancient craft of cutting out colored paper designs dates back to the second century AD when paper was invented in the Eastern Han Dynasty in China.

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3d digital art of Ben Fearnley

3d digital art of Ben Fearnley

March 05, 2018

Ben Fearnley is an award-winning digital artist from Manchester, UK. Specializing in CGI, illustration and typography, this talented young designer’s projects recently went viral because of the topic they tackle.

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Top 10 graphic design magazines from around the world

Top 10 graphic design magazines from around the world

February 23, 2018

We know that today everything is online, all-things digital are the hype, and creative inspiration is only a click away. But still, we do not give up on print. Not just yet. And we think neither should you. Why? Because there are some incredible, influential, inspiring print magazines out there, and missing out on them would be such a shame.

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Inspiring use of geometry in graphic design

Inspiring use of geometry in graphic design

February 19, 2018

Geometry is all around us. Everywhere we look we can spot squares, lines, points, triangles, circles, rectangles… And by all means, all of those geometric elements have been so widely and joyfully used in graphic design all around the world for ages. How come geometry is so popular in design?

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Creative Valentine’s Day card ideas

Creative Valentine’s Day card ideas

February 12, 2018

Valentine’s Day is right ahead of us and we all cannot wait to see in what way our beloved ones will express their affection. Lots of glitters, cheeky illustrations, fine print, minimalism, hears and kisses, a nice note – the world is your oyster.

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