Since Disney's remake of Tron hit the cinemas, the design scene is geeking for more space-effects. Thanks to the guys over at Visualfreaks.com you can design your own Tron poster now: Get the free artpack here
This is a project is actually called "Missing Garden" by the photographer Dominik Smialowski with drawings of his friend Monika Prus. The works are reflection of nostalgia for childhood it's also a modest rebellion against adult life and small glorification of being child.
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A few weeks ago I showed you how to create a Mac style icon using Photoshop. It was a radar one inspired by the Network Utility icon. As I like to play with all tools I decided to give it a try in Pixelmator as well. So, in this tutorial I will show you how to create a beautiful Mac style icon using Pixelmator.
Thinking that art can really save, Urban Arts and artists Guilherme Marconi and Eduardo Recife joined forces to create a really nice project, the “Projeto Região Serrana” (PRS) - a initiative that will donate 100% of sales from products of recognized artists to help th
We've seen some great gadgets and equipment for designers. So many cool stuff, that we could actually assemble infinite perfect office spaces! Every week we'll assemble a perfect office, and we'd like you to help us. What equipment would the perfect office have?
The wallpaper of the week is an image created by Stephen Lam is a 17 year old self taught graphic designer based in Palm Dale. The design is a mix of sort of 3D effects in a very nice scheme of colors. Christopher Raymond is a 25 year old junior art director in Boise. I crossed paths with Stephen on Behance and noticed that he was fairly new to the network alike me.
It's time for our best news of this week. We have a lot of graphic and web design, a bit of architecture, ads, tech news, awesome reads and other crazy stuff! So take a look at the links we've selected for your inspiration and to keep you updated about what's going on out there!
I know that everybody loves infographics, but what if an illustrator came up with the most delicious and refreshing of all infographics? Then we would have one of the coolest pieces of work around, and that's just what Fabio Rex did.
Since I started drawing when I was a kid, I always enjoyed more the shapes than the colors. Maybe that's why one of my favorite illustrators is Iain Macarthur. His works are most black ink and white canvas, many details and a lot of hard work. Nowadays Iain lives in Swindon, England and work as illustrator, workingwith clients like Nike, MTV and a lot of apparel labels.