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47 Soviet Propaganda Posters

February 15, 2008 from PauloGabriel's blog

Vintage, vintage, vintage. Yes!! We're getting an overload of it!!! So, how do you like Sovietic poster design? If you are a sucker for it, I bet you'll really like these! And if you not acquainted with Sovietic propaganda, or any...

Slogan, you really should use one.

February 14, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

When I visit a site for the very first time, at first I just wanna know what does that company do.

Freddy: Olympic Games

February 14, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

Olimpic Games are only a few months away now and there are already some great publicity around the world using Olimpic sports as theme. These are only the beggining of a whole new harvest that is coming this year! Be prepared, because we...

20 Beautiful HDR Pictures

February 13, 2008 from PauloGabriel's blog

There are some photography techniques that really give me the goose bumps, but the good ones. HDR is one of those techniques... and you'll probably love these as much as I do...

Abduzeedo PSD theme

February 13, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

I’ve been working on a new design for the blog since last month, and I think by the end of this month it will be totally updated, I hope so. Meanwhile, as I’ve received some emails of people asking me how I did the header of this site, I...

24 Music LP Covers

February 12, 2008 from PauloGabriel's blog

LPs are becoming more rare everyday, and collectors everywhere just love to find some cool, old school music. Here are some great covers for you. Great covers indeed, but some of them are a bit weird, some really funny, but most of them...

Hitchcock's Portfolio by Vanity Fair

February 11, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

Vanity Fair brings us this month Hitchcock's portfolio, and boy, it does look awesome. I think it's pretty cool how some people get so much recognition that their work keep getting featured decades later their death. That's a...

Aurora Borealis Effect in Pixelmator (Win a Pixelmator Copy)

February 10, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

A while ago I had the opportunity to be a Pixelmator beta tester, and let me tell you, it sure has been a fun experience. Pixelmator is now on its 1.1.2 version with new features such as the Quark Composer Filter that uses the same image...

Icon Design Explained (Quickly)

February 08, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

Jon and Leigh Hicks from Hicksdesign bring us a cool, quick slide show explanation of how to do design a icon. And if you don't know them, they actually designed the Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbid logos. These dudes are really good...

Logos evolution

February 08, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

Logo design is one of the most fascinating areas of design. Even though it might look easier to design a logo compared to a web site, the designer has to work on a word, sometimes with a symbol, that will represent a company or a product...

Issuu - Read the world. Publish the world.

February 07, 2008 from PauloGabriel's blog

Do you wish you could transform those boring .pdf files into cool web-based books or even to find some cool books to look at? Well, I've got just the right tool for you: Issuu. "Issuu is an online publishing service and a creative...

"Retro-Futuristic" Art Inspiration

February 06, 2008 from PauloGabriel's blog

Most of us had those books that told us how the future would be. It was pretty neat and funny because most of those predictions didn't come true. Today, it's a great source of inpiration. The Usborne Book of the Future was first...

Carnival Colors

February 05, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

Since last Friday we’ve been celebrating the famous Carnival here in Brazil. I’m not a huge fan of it but the whole country stops to enjoy almost 5 days of fun. If you like colors and creativity it’s definitely worth checking out some...

Cool Car Cut-Aways

February 01, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

Men all over the world have a common passion: cars. It doesn't matter how old a car is, because if it's a classic or just a beautiful car, we'll love each part of it... even its mechanical parts. That's what a cut-away...

How to improve your Photoshop Skills

February 01, 2008 from abduzeedo's blog

There's nothing better than to play with the tool if you want to learn it. Bert Monroy always mentions that on his podcasts and I truly agree with him. I think the best way to learn is trying to recreate images and effects we like...

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