In the world of typefaces, often, you’ll get what you pay for. That is, free fonts are usually free for a reason and really expensive fonts are usually expensive for their own reasons. Sometimes, however, there are exceptions to that rule.
We are very impressed with the free resources available to designers nowadays.
A very cool (and generous) trend in the design community has been developing over the last couple of years or so: FREE, high-quality, stock photos.
I’ve been taking photos professionally for good portion of my adult life and while I can’t say I am the best photographer I can be, I can say that I’ve learned a lot. Hopefully, I’ll learn a lot more.
Most children find immense joy in drawing. Whether we drew the things we saw around us or things from our imaginations, there was an innocence; an earnestness about our drawings as children that we rarely ever find in adulthood.
Check out these wonderfully colored concrete textures for your next project!
Ivan Belikov, a Russian artist, has produced a series of illustrations depicting his interpretation of various countries coats of arms.
Many creatives challenge themselves with 365-day projects to keep their creativity sharp and to explore ideas. Very few, however, create a body of work as polished and beautiful as Justin Maller’s Facets project!
Micheal Bierut of Pentagram Design shares his views on design and designing today.
Compact digital cameras have a lot going for them. They’re small, easy to use, and cheaper than most DSLR systems. Compact cameras are especially great for those looking to ease into the world of photography.
Anyone who has tried their hand at illustration know that it’s usually much easier if you do it in pencil first. Not for DZO Olivier.
Isosmetric projection has been a mainstay in technical drawing and engineering and has become very popular in video games in the 2 decades. Check out Michiel’s project of isometric 3D renders.