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Friday Fresh Free Fonts - Hanken Round, Brig, Rabiola HELVIA Goddess of Heat of Agartha "One of the Guardian of the gates of the center , with an age of 19,064 years, is the strongest guardian, it was seen on volcanos caves , creating new paths to reach the main city"The sacred God Debris created by dead trees, left standing of fallen spirits of Agartha,It can defy physics and travel through time.LUMIAH Goddess of the waves of Agartha"One of the Guardian of the gates of the south , with an age of 11,190 years, is the youngest guardian, it was seen only by the sumerian civilization before she dissapear""This illustrationS is are for the "AGARTHIANS GODS" project that I create.this is an illustration book for this kind of habitants of the inner earth.”

Type Worship Colourful messages transform the winding favela streets Earlier this year Boa Mistura, an urban art collective formed in Madrid, worked on a vibrant community project near São Paulo, Brazil The collective worked with the children and other residents of Brasilândia Vila, a poor suburb on the outskirts of São Paulo, to fill the narrow streets with colour and words: beleza, amor, doçura, firmeza and orgulho (beauty, love, sweetness, firmness and pride). These one-point perspective messages are carefully painted to reveal themselves to passers-by as they reach a certain part of the the street. The smiles of the participants clearly say it all.

The art of sharpening pencils by Matthew James Taylor on 8 October 2007 Welcome to the world of pencil sharpening - this may sound like a dull topic but there is actually a lot more to it than you think. There are a number of different sharpening styles and methods; all good artists should know them. Friday Fresh Free Fonts - Mockup, Aventura, KG Manhattan Script These Shiny Automobiles Are Actually Colored Pencil Drawings (Artist - Dogukan Uludag) 75 top typography tutorials Whether you're a creative director, illustrator or web developer – whatever your discipline, typography is an essential part of design. There are hundreds of paid-for and free fonts available these days, but when it comes to the art of type, you can never stop learning about it or improving your typography skills. To help you out, we've gathered together the most amazing typography tutorials from around the web, which are bound to help you raise your type skills to the next level.

Mood Lines: Setting the Tone of Your Design Feature image by the talented Cyril Rolando. Check out his Tumblr here. Lines have been used by artists and designers to convey mood since the first drawings in cave walls. Through repeated use, certain patterns and lines have gained universally recognized meanings. These were documented in Landscape Architecture, by John Ormsbee Simonds, who put together a diagram of 48 Mood Lines. Whether this was the first place they were documented, I have no idea, but it is the diagram I’m using for this article. 25 Hand-picked Free Fonts for SciFi Book Covers – The Book Design Blog Ah, picking a typeface, possibly the most frustrating hurdle a designer will face when working on any design. It’s not just a case of slapping on some text in any old font. You have to find that perfect one that that feels just right. This is especially true when designing a book cover. Everything on the cover will give a potential reader a snap-judgement of the story inside, especially the typography.

Amazing Collection of Typography Here is a slice of some spectacular typography projects done by African digital artists. More Typography You might also like 60 Totally Free Design Resources for Non-Designers Creating engaging visual content doesn’t have to require a financial investment. Sure, at one time graphic designers needed expensive software and even more costly images to craft a winning visual campaign. But thanks to a host of free online resources, anyone can design high-quality visual stories with ease. Of course, navigating the sea of online images and editing tools is easier said than done. Some require membership, others charge royalty fees, some require advance permission and others charge for high-definition.

Zodiaclaw ( Free Font ) on Behance Zodiaclaw is a new typeface that inspired by the lion claws. I designed this font for those who want to be different. Zodiaclaw is a luxury font you can use it as product title or logo. With some old classic european touches. Zodiaclaw is a humanist typeface that is based on traditional calligraphic forms, but with some new features in its shapes and strokes that provide a more open, elegant and actual look. I hope you like it. 25 New Fonts for Graphic & Web Designers - Download Now Russell Brown: Tips and Techniques for Using Tilt Shift, Iris Blur, and Field Blur in Photoshop CS6 Robots of Brixton Origins - A Beautiful 3D Animated Short Film

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