Earlier this year, we shared some cleverly manipulated book titles by Sweden-based graphic designer Patrik Svensson. Now we want to show you another wonderful collection of his minimalist typography posters based on various movies.
French blogger Christophe Courtois put together several telling montages of similar movie posters that show how newly created designs are strongly influenced by existing ones.
With so many free Photoshop tutorials out there, it would be a shame not to be able to create some beautiful lighting effects! But people are lazy and often need a little “push”. That’s why we want to share these 25 Powerful Photoshop Light Effect Tutorials to get you moving!
Polish illustrator Pawel Kuczynski cleverly uses satire to portray today's social, political and cultural reality. At first sight, his illustrations might seem funny, but when you look closer, they actually show some serious problems of today's world.
If you enjoyed looking at Clever Logos With Hidden Symbolism we've featured earlier, then you'll definitely love these cleverly manipulated book titles by Sweden-based graphic designer Patrik Svensson. These titles were commissioned by Jashanmal Bookstores in Dubai for an advertising campaign, posters and notebooks.
Continuing our series of posts on logo design with hidden symbolism, today we bring you another wonderful list of inspiring logo designs.
Word as Image invites you to see letters beyond their utilitarian dullness. It’s about discovering the magic behind the unique shapes and infinite possibilities of letters and words.
Do you remember Viktor Hertz who showed us how some famous logos would look like if companies were completely honest? Well, it appears that he hasn't finished his project yet, so it's time for a part II.
The best why to learn Photoshop is of course by watching lots of tutorials, and the best part is that there are thousands of them, not to mention that most of them are completely free. That's why we've handpicked 30 best Photoshop tutorials from 2009 till 2011, so all you have to do now is...
Malaysian illustrator Tang Yau Hoong cleverly uses negative space to create some fascinating illustrations that make you stop and think for a while. His works look simple, yet are complicated little puzzles you can’t not love solving them!
This touching logo tribute, simply named “Thanks, Steve.” was created by Jonathan Mak Long, a 19-year-old designer living in Hong Kong. Jobs’ face appears to be taken from the cover of ‘Inside Steve’s Brain’, a book about Steve Jobs written by Leander Kahney.