Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration.
Sara Blake, also known as ZSO is an interactive art director, designer and illustrator living in New York City. She graduated from New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study with concentration in Graphic Art and Postmodern Studies-I. These days you can find her at Euro RSCG where she focuses on digital design.
hdr · photography · giveaway
I'm pretty sure you are already familiar with Trey Ratcliff, the owner of the number #1 Travel Photography Blog on the internet, stuckincustoms.com. He is simply THE GUY when we talk about HDR photography... and for sure, to get where he is now, he had to learn a lot and develop techniques to constantly improve his work.
Tuesday Total Textures is post series that will bring a new life to your Tuesdays. Every week I'll be posting some free hi resolution textures that you can use in your projects. Check out this week's textures, download the ones you like and start making your texture collection.
Australian office in Brisbane started by Timothy Hill and Brian Donovan, Donovan Hill produces an architecture highlighted by sensitivity to local culture and aesthetic quality of the resulting projects. With an almost 20 year career, they show us an inspiring portfolio of commercial, residential, and institutional projects.
localization · opinion · tips · web design
Today, Internet is the fastest and the most reliable source to reach out to the international market. Participating in the international trade, and that too just one click away, avails you to incur maximum profits. But, how come its possible? You set up a business website of your own, and what next...?
Andrew Archer is an Illustrator from New Zealand. These illustrations are such beautiful inspirations, full of drawing lines taking you on different direction and very colorful without the use of very strong colors, giving it that smooth feeling throughout the piece. It's really worth the time checking every piece and getting new ideas and techniques from it.