Getting the right image for your project can be pain, or at least it used to be.
Black and gold. A color combination for the ages. It hearkens back to that most elemental; most human search for the warm glow of shining ore against the backdrop of dense, dark, and unforgiving earth.
John Edmark is a teacher, artist, and designer. His work is truly something we’ve never seen before.
Here, we have some blurred backgrounds for you to use in your personal and commercial projects.
We all know the giants like Behance, Deviant Art, and Awwwards as sites that display amazing work from talented creatives. However, at the start of this new year, we thought we’d share some of our newer favorite sites to get you creatively inspired!
2015 could be a pivotal year in the world of web design and the visual arts.
Last year we created a list of simple 52 New Year’s resolutions. This year, we thought we’d give you something a bit more motivational to keep you going strong for the rest of 2015.
With references to Breaking Bad, Tetris, and beloved paintings like American Gothic, Adam Lister’s deconstructed watercolor style provides a unique take on the familiar icons and objects that surround us.
Double exposure photography is a technique in which 2 images are exposed in a single frame of film. This was a technique used by film photographers to achieve some really amazing effects.
Film will always be a part of photography. Even if technologies advance to the point where we have no use for it anymore (which isn’t happening anytime soon), film will always be in the DNA of the art of photography.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or the dozens of other social media platforms are used by millions of people everyday.
Andrew Fox is a London-based illustrator who draws calligraphy animals.