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C’è chi dice che i lineamenti del viso rappresentino la vita che la persona ha condotto, l’artista John Sokol ha preso molto seriamente questa credenza popolare e l’ha trasformata in una serie di opere mozzafiato in cui i tratti somatici di alcuni famosi autori sono rappresentati da parole prese dalle loro stesse opere; parole non scelte a caso, a detta di Sokol, ma non riuscendo a leggerle bene, direi che ci possiamo fidare dell’autore. Colui che vedete in alto è, ovviamente, Charles Baudelaire, esponente del simbolismo francese ed autore di “Les Fleurs du Mal” (di questa raccolta conoscerete almeno “L’albatross”, opera che appunto lo rappresenta nel ritratto). Sotto invece troverete alcuni italiani, come Dante e Calvino, il ritratto di quest’ultimo è un vero spettacolo, secondo me il migliore insieme a quelli di Faulkner ed Hesse. Trovate altre opere dell’artista, che non sono affatto male, nel suo sito . Enjoy the gallery! <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Web designers can (and should) draw inspiration from places other than web design, so today’s article is going to showcase 25 creative packaging designs that I found on Deviantart.com For anyone who hasn’t browsed through deviant art yet, you are missing out on a lot of creative inspiration. yes, the css galleries out there are good for inspiration, but I find myself searching sites like behance and deviant art much more lately, because of the diversity of designs and the fact that they don’t have to be “approved” before you see them. Do you know how many killer designs get submitted to css galleries every day, but never make it? With Deviant Art, you don’t run into that problem. So below are the 25 packaging designs I liked the most on deviant art.
Today we will draw an interesting In-Car Media Multiplayer and Receiver.The tutorial is not an advanced tutorial and mostly creted by using Blending Options so it will be good for the beginners. In order to understand easily and follow steps better i separated the shape into 3 parts in my mind .Left,Screen and Right Part. Now let’s begin the tutorial.Please give your layer names by your own.
You know Adobe Illustrator is the most preferred vector illustration application.When it comes to technical drawing you can easily see the difference between Adobe Illustrator and other softwares.Although learning or becoming an expert is not as much easy as photoshop or other applications but when you see the results and discover advantages of using it you will not leave again.Be sure!! A month ago,we’ve collected Adobe Illustrator Character tutorials and this month we bring together the objects created using Adobe Illustrator.Some of them are for beginners and some are for experts. Realistic Video Projector Vector With Illustrator View Tutorial Illustrating a Business Briefcase in Windows 7 Style
In the last few years cartoon characters and mascots became very popular and you can see them everywhere.Creating these kind of characters is not hard but of course it not easy.As being a beginner in illustration i learnt a lot from the below tutorials.You can also create amazing characters and mascots especially for websites.(I do.)Adobe Illustrator is one the best application for creating vectoral graphics and today i’ve collected best tutorials which you can learn very detailed techniques and basic skills from beginners to advanced users. 1. How to Create a Vector Illustration and Prepare it for Micro-Stock Sale This tutorial details a professional workflow for creating vector illustrations and prepping the artwork for these sites. 2.
It’s been a few months since the last wallpaper collection.( 40 Meaningful Wallpapers Dedicated to Japanese ) so it is time to another one.This time we’ve collected very beautiful and really creative vector wallpapers.They are all colorful and i’m sure you will like most of them. Here is the collection of colorful vector wallpapers for your desktop. Rainbow Concepts II.
Asian Inspired Home Decorating There are very few themes for decorating a home that capture the imagination quite like an Asian inspired theme. There are many reasons for this one of which is the rich colors, fabrics, and textures that are the hallmark of these themes.
Color in design is very subjective. What evokes one reaction in one person may evoke a very different reaction in somone else. Sometimes this is due to personal preference, and other times due to cultural background.
Prolific storyboard artist Mike Milo teaches us about translating the tricks of the trade from his traditional background into the digital world. Storyboarding is a very difficult part of filmmaking. It’s essentially the blueprint of the film. I would argue that Mike Milo without a good storyboard you cannot make a good film.
We would all agree that content is the most important aspect of any website. And in most cases content is made up of type. So, as a web designer, it makes sense to have a strong understanding of typography.
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An excerpt from Nikola Djurek’s specimen book lays out the Delvard font and all its variations. Type specimen books are the plumbing-parts catalogs of graphic design. They show graphic designers the ways in which different sizes and weights of letters sit together as typeset words, and how they showcase typographic form and style.
Jim Rimmer at his typesetting machine, during the filming of “Making Faces.” Steven Heller, a former art director at The New York Times, is a co-chair of the MFA Design Department at the School of Visual Arts, a blogger, author, and a recent recipient of the National Design Award . No contemporary designer needs to know how to make metal type, but seeing a master do it is, for me, still thrilling. That is exactly what I felt watching “Making Faces: Metal Type in the 21st Century,” a new documentary by Richard Kegler.
Tony Avelar/Bloomberg News Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. In the heated battle for technology patents, Google is using its checkbook to bulk up. The technology giant bought more than a thousand patents from I.B.M. this month, for a broad range of applications. In an e-mailed statement, Google confirmed the purchase: “Like many tech companies, at times we’ll acquire patents that are relevant to our business needs.
Photographs courtesy of Andrew Byrom Andrew Byrom’s Grab-Me typeface is made from steel grab bars. Typography is now a bona fide art form. Some artists and graphic designers are turning typefaces into paintings and even sculpture. Andrew Byrom , a British-born type designer and professor at California State University at Long Beach, is a typographic conceptualist – a sculptor by any other name – who creates “experimental” typefaces out of Band-Aids, drinking straws, steel railings and neon lights. He has also turned them into objects like furniture, bathroom fixtures and kites. Byrom sees type in virtually everything, everywhere.