29 Beautiful Fonts For Designers Get our posts emailed to you with our monthly newsletter, subscribe here. Using the correct typeface for your design project is absolutely crucial in conveying the message and feel of the overall design, it is necessary to keep an awesome collection of both paid and free fonts in your font collection to allow you to have the font resources at hand to test drive a design with varying fonts. I have taken three of my favorite font foundries and showcased 29 of the most beautiful fonts from their collections, the quality of these fonts is pretty amazing, some are more suited to print work and others for use on the web as they support the @font-face property. Take a look and add them to your collection. Lost Type Co-op Lost Type Co-op is an indispensable one of a kind type foundry, founded by Riley Cran and Tyler Galpin.
Marguerite Sauvage A bouquet of personnal works for Exquise Exhibition Paris about feminity in women artists work. These illustrations were also exhibited by Nucleus Gallery, USA.Fashion, Fine Arts, Illustration2012 Meg Park - Sketch Blog I really wanted to include more jungle creatures in my student film. Unfortunately, massive time constraints and the fact that the story didn't really call for it meant that I had to scrap the idea. Maybe this is what they could've looked like! I made these in Adobe Illustrator. I use it constantly at work, but I don't use it much it for my personal things. 12 Amazing Sites With Breathtaking Free Stock Photos Photography has always been an integral part of web design. Unfortunately, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing crappy stock images of people in suits shaking hands. Not only are a lot of these stock photos tacky, but some of them cost money!
The Bento Bestiary In the 18th Century, Japanese artist Toriyama Sekien attempted to depict each spirit of the ‘yokai’ tradition; an ancient race of demons whose descendants would later terrorise the earth under the guises of Godzilla, Mothra and Rodan. Now, two Bristolian men aim to rediscover the near-forgotten Yokai, and return these ancient beasts to their former glory, in the form of the Bento Bestiary. Fourteen spirits and demons are lovingly rendered by Ben Newman in the bold and colourful illustration style we have come to expect from him.
List of webcomics This list of notable webcomics includes comics which are (or were) primarily published on the Internet. It is organized chronologically by the comics' start dates. The dates shown after a name relate to the period during which the comic began appearing and, in the case of defunct comics, finished appearing. Aron Draws Hi there, and thank you so very much! The internet is pretty dang amazing. I first met my best friend Kyle online, and he taught me a whole lot! It’s pretty amazing for me to think I might not have met him or any of my other wonderful friends (or moved out here to Burbank) if it hadn’t been for the internet. I learn a lot from people online, I get to help out a lot of people online, and the internet helped my work get seen and it’s how I got offered a job at Disney.
Gender flipped Disney and Ghibli characters by Sakimichan Sakimichan is a digital artist based in Canada who is well-known for her TV, video game, and anime fan art. The collection below features her gender flipped versions of Disney and Ghibli characters. Curt Merlo What is Parabolis? Over a long and continuously self doubting 3 year process E completed the manuscript for a incredible fantasy novel titled Parabolis. His Idea was to create a Novelzine, which is a novel with the visual integrity of a magazine, periodically released through subscription but also collected and printed into a final book. E was very intentional about pushing the boundaries of what we would normally consider to be fantasy art, and he felt that my very modern designed style and love for magazine layout would be just the approach his book would need to. We had pulled together the resources to complete the art and design for 4 chapters and also to create a rather time consuming video about our intentions. Beyond that we are relying on the generosity of interested folks to complete the book and materialize it.
15 must-see examples of kinetic typography | Typography Kinetic typography can come in all shapes and forms. Whether it's a homage to a famous movie speech or song or an exploration of the typography itself, these creations are a feast for the eyes. Here, we've picked our favourite kinetic typography animations including music videos, movie tributes and more... 01. From Paper to Screen This masterpiece was, unbelievably, a graudation project created by graphic designer Thibault de Fournas. Watercolor Super Heroes by Clémentine French Illustrator About Articles ≡ Categories Popular