Modern graphic design inspiration blog + vintage graphics resource. Les Petits Platons. Badcass - Design & letterpress. 1950s Unlimited. 123 Inspiration. Cgunit - Online Gallery. Design You Trust – Design Blog and Community. Blanca Gomez Interview. Today Grain Edit is proud to present Blanca Gómez of Cosas Minimas.
Blanca is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in Madrid, Spain. You may remember her work as featured on Grain Edit’s on-going poster pick series. We like her clean and simple style and took some time to talk to Blanca about her work and creative process. We hope you’ll enjoy it. Where are you from originally? I am originally from Madrid and that is where I currently reside. Tells us a bit about your art/design background. When I was little I would draw all day long like many kids do and my parents enrolled me in a painting academy. When it was time to head to college I wasn’t clear what I wanted to do with my life.
I continued my studies, but explored other alternatives like photography and film through my fourth year, which I spent in Milan. When did Cosas Minimas begin and how has it grown? Cosas Minimas got its start several years ago in a very curious way. What inspires you most? Blanca’s studio. Design Crush & Popsicles! - StumbleUpon. Jun29 Not to sound full of myself, but I’m pretty sure this is the be all, end all of popsicle roundups.
There’s a little something for everyone: the foodies, the purists, the ones who prefer frozen yogurt, the ones who prefer a little alcohol, everyone. Tweny-five options to be exact. The post I did last summer on the cold guys was one of DC’s most viewed ever, so I thought you’d all be up for another round – was I right? Click on the photo to be taken to the recipe. All photos and recipes copyright of their respective source unless otherwise noted. 155 Comments on “Popsicles!” Leave a Comment. Prototyping is the process. If you google "design thinking process", you'll be presented with a series of diagrams or lists or steps which, in a linear fashion, purport to represent the way a good designer works.
They'll often look something like this: UnderstandObserveIdeatePrototypeTest... and cycle back to Step 1 We're all familiar with cooking manuals, and this one feels not unlike a good recipe for chocolate chip cookies... first this, then that, and then do this. Easy, safe, predictable, comfortable. Except, that's not the way designing really happens. I think we can do better than that.
A wise colleague recently corrected me on all of this. Exactly. We prototype all the time. Art Car With Teeth - Photo by Scott London. The Design Blog. New Condoms. One of the images we posted has been deleted in accordance with a lawful request.
This event has spurred @NewCondoms to create an /info page where you can see FAQs and a disclaimer about what we’re doing on this blog. The page will be available to view within an hour and will progressively be updated. I would like to ask that you please refrain from any comments that are rude in nature, as the images we’re using are trademarked logos and its the right of the trademark holder to request that we take them down. Apologies for any inconvenience. The matter will hopefully be resolved soon, whereupon we can continue providing comic relief. Home : moises hernandez design. Napkin » Brent Manke's Blog. Design & Inspiration. Draw a Stickman. Fucking high quality inspiration.
TetraBox Light by Ed Chew. Liquid to Light Designer Ed Chew takes a green step in the right direction with the TetraBox lamp, a light object made from discarded drink packets that would have otherwise ended up in landfills already packed to the brim.
The design is achieved by unfolding the packets and refolding them into hexagonal and pentagonal sections that are then pieced together to form a geodesic sphere or any other desired shape. Here, the Epcot-like ball makes an attractive overhead light and casts an impressive web of shadows and shapes on the surrounding space. Designer: Ed Chew. Create – wall art printable template. Some months a go I shared the Love wall art template, along with that one I made this one, but unlike the previous one I wanted to make this word different and special, so no cardboard.
Instead I used a piece of Styrofoam from a box we received last week. When I saw it a knew it was perfect for this project =] And instead of painting or covering it with fabric (my first idea) I decided to just go the Decoupage route with hot pink tissue paper. It ends up being so light! I just double tape mine to the wall and it works like a charm! **The download is a PDF format file, so you will need to have Abobe Reader installed on your PC or MAC. THE MATERIALS - 23×8 inches piece of Styrofoam (I just used one from a box but you can buy a piece at Michaels) - Tacky glue - 2 sheets of tissue Paper ripped unevenly with your hands - Sand paper - X-acto knife - Download the template below - Marker to trace template - Sponge brush [ Click on Images to enlarge] I hope you all enjoy and CREATE =] ps.
Lalawag. Daily Deviations for Today. Emographics. Galleries / Print / Business Cards. Mid-Century Graphic Design. Work — Ars Thanea. Mizzo. Design Crush. Que vida mas triste... Childrens Story Posters. Classic Children’s Stories Vol. 1 Also available without text Related Work / Peter Pan Beauty & the Beast Jack & the Beanstalk Gulliver’s Travels The Little Mermaid Sleeping Beauty Chicken Little The Frog Prince Cinderella The Emperor’s New Clothes Enter your email address to subscribe to my blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
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More>> Storm Tharp: Arrangement in Flesh and BlackStephanie Snyder, director of the Cooley on Storm's recent body of work. More >> Christina Seeley: LuxA photographic mapping of the most brightly illuminated — and industrialized regions on the planet. More>> Every Page of PlazmFifteen years of blood, sweat, and tears can be viewed in under an hour. In Conversation With EmigreRudy VanderLans in conversation with Plazm.More>> PDX Music MemoryIn Plazm 29, we took a stab at documenting the scene. David ByrneBeth Urdang conducts an interview, and we publish photographs made by Mr. Timeline of Dissent The twentieth century saw nearly constant war and nearly constant protest of war. Yoko Ono Interview Plazm's Joshua Berger interviews Yoko Ono about creative visualization, music, and the future.
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That is impressive. I have to believe his success in forming and running these two highly successful and innovative companies must be a testament to great time management skills. Recently featured in Fast Company’s March issue highlighting the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies, he explained his schedule: “All my days are themed. As a consultant, I have been recommending this strategy for years to my clients and I was thrilled to hear its success reinforced by a leading executive. One portion of Dorsey’s schedule that I found less inspirational is “Sundays are for strategy, and a lot of job interviews.” Emily has consulted with design firms and in-house corporate creative departments for over twenty years. Emily currently serves on the board of advisors of InSource and on the AIGA In-House task force. The Fox Is Black. 17 Designers Dish Their Best Advice. Terry Lee Stone asks a group of seasoned design pros: If you could give young designers one piece of career advice what would it be?
In other words: early in your career what do you wish someone had told you? Their thoughts may surprise you… 1. Sean Adamswww.adamsmorioka.com “What did I know? “What did I not know? 2. “Almost any situation gets better when you ask yourself this: How can I be most useful right now? Find More Advice: 29 Things That All Young Designers Need to Know. 3. “Emphasize your peculiar talents. “Also, think about your portfolio as a whole design statement and try to make the presentation format fit the work. 4. “Early on, if anyone had been able to tell me exactly the right thing, I would have dismissed it as preposterous because the world has just changed too much in unforeseen ways.
“However, here’s my advice: get a second degree in something totally different— neuroscience, medicine, linguistics, or whatever feels right. 5. “Fortune demands being a professional. 6. Full Spectrum Lighting. Soren Petersen: Saving the World One Art Poster at a Time. Art is a powerful emotional tool for creating awareness and fostering a commitment to change the world, even if each print makes just a small dent. Think Uncle Sam's "I Want You For The U.S. Army," Apple's "Think Different" and the "Wonderful Copenhagen" poster with a police officer helping a mother duck across the street with her small ducklings.
If you want to disseminate information quickly and engage people, thought-provoking art posters are an effective medium. The "Save The Alps" poster, designed by Per Arnoldi, the Danish designer, artist, and TV and radio host is one such encouraging story. The "Save The Alps" story illustrates how two men engaged the financial elite and made an important and visible difference in a mountain world. At the World Economic Forum's meeting in Davos, Switzerland, 1990, Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, then president of the Bellerive Foundation, solicited Arnoldi to create a limited series art poster to elicit funding for saving the Alps. Simple but brilliant ideas. 30+ Simple Resume Design Ideas that work - StumbleUpon. About ISPSD ISPSD focuses on Web Development , Graphics Elements along with Inspirational articles and also providing free PSD downloads for web designers .We are a small team right now who create different content types to make ISPSD a better design community.
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Gallery. DOMO-A. 12 Useful and Free Downloadable Web Design Books. There are a multitude of books (whether in digital format or print) that cover every possible aspect of web design, each one is unique and offers a personalized opportunity for the author to both educate, inspire, and guide the reader through there knowledge. In this post rather than offer all of my favorite web design books, I have listed 12 books that I have either downloaded and read (or at least scanned through), or I have bookmarked with the whole-hearted intention of eventually reading it (Ruby Best Practices), and the best thing of all?
All of these books are completely FREE, in digital format anyway (PDF or HTML). I have not offered a critique of each book, as I feel that would not be fair on the author. If someone spends so much of their valuable time (in some cases months and months) and writes an entire book on web design, in my eyes they deserve only praise and appreciation. I hope you find these books useful. The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web (HTML) Escola Superior de Artes e Design de Caldas da Rainha.