We love being able to share the work of some fantastic artists at Design Instruct. Today, we have Stuart McReath sharing his thoughts on editorial work, London, and being an effective freelancer.
We’ve had our doubts about mobile devices in the past. However, could the tides be changing with new waves of artists like Spencer Watson leading the charge?
With over 100,000 followers on Facebook, Josh Carrington, aka Crimson City’s work is undeniable.
Sophie Rocher is an art director and illustrator based in Paris. Here’s a Design Instruct exclusive interview.
After working on Design Instruct as its editor for the last 6 years and being a creative professional myself, I can say that there has been no shortage of life lessons and insights along the way.
We’ve got a great set of icons exclusively for Design Instruct readers.
Shaivalini Kumar is a young designer who has been featured in Adobe’s 25 Under 25 program for her fantastically colorful and humorous work. We have an interview with this young artist for your reading pleasure.
You’ve probably tried your hand at collage making once or twice in your life. These artists take it to the next level.
In the creative world, experience is often seen as a boon to anyone’s resume. A lack of experience, on the other hand, is often a source of anxiety and stress for many beginners… But it shouldn’t be.
Maps may not seem to be the most glamorous of design commissions but if you’re lucky enough to be tapped to design one, these are the ones to use as inspiration.
We have a small collection of art and design books here at Design Instruct and it’s obvious we need more.
Design is one of those professions wherein true, life-changing insights are best gained when you let it consume you and permeate every aspect of your life. It is only when you have enough experience (and failures) under your belt, that you can really get a sense of what design is really about — and more to the point — what “good” design is really about.