KIT DE SURVIE DU CREATIF /// metiersgraphiques.fr Il est très fréquent que des employeurs prompts à brouiller les cartes proposent à de jeunes freelances d’être rémunérés, pour des missions longues, sur une base similaire à celle d’un salaire (2000€ par mois par exemple, une paye royale selon certains, « comparée » au SMIC). Si vous avez bien lu tout ce qui précède, vos aurez compris que c’est parfaitement inacceptable et inenvisageable. Vouloir payer un freelance avec un salaire d'employé c'est le beurre et l'argent du beurre : on garde la flexibilité, l'absence d'engagement, de frais, de charges sociales et patronales, de démarches de l'un, et on y colle le prix réduit de l'autre. Un salarié à prix discount, sans aucun avantage salarial. Le super plan à 2000€ est effectivement une bonne opération… mais pour qui ? Notez qu'en outre ce genre de deal est bien souvent assorti d'une situation flagrantre de salariat dissimulé, un des autres pièges classiques tendus aux plus naïfs d'entre nous, comme abordé ici
Design Numérique Archives de Design numérique The wilderness Downtown “The wilderness Downtown” expérience interactive Chris Milk pour Arcade Fire en collaboration avec Google Chrome. Saisissez l’adresse de votre maison d’enfance et ne touchez plus à rien… bon voyage ! Une suggestion de Yan. Typography From the reader #21 National flags made from each country’s traditional foods, by WHYBIN \ TBWA. → Continue reading From the reader #21 Banknotes for the visually impaired Only the United States prints bills that are identical in size and colour in all their denominations.
Marian Bantjes I Wonder by Marian Bantjes 208 pages Hard cover 15.5 cm × 24cm (approx. 6 × 9½ inches) Printed in full colour plus gold throughout. List price: £19.95 / $40 Release date: October, 2010 Published in the UK by Thames & Hudson, ISBN 978-0-500-51529-7Published in the USA by The Monacelli Press, ISBN 978-1580932967
BlogLESS: A Blog about Design Ethics More 2011 Review: Year in Color To add to our review of year-in-reviews from last week, check out Imprint's Year in Color. Written by Andrea on January 2, 2012 Ok, we’re biased, since the list references our collaboration with FICTILIS for the Colors of Commerce exhibit. Sting One Nike / House of Hoops - Miami Second illustration of LeBron James for the Nike / HOH store in Miami. Nike / House of Hoops - Miami Nike asked me to create 5 illustrations for the grand opening of their House of Hoops store in Miami. In order, I illustrated Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. The last one was a type treatment.
Amazing Typography in Print Design Here are some examples of outstanding typography to help boost your creativity. These are some great print designs, but the typography is what makes them really pop. I picked these because they are all creative uses of typography in beautiful editorial and print design. Zim and Zou Official poster of the SXSW Film Festival 2014 (Austin, Texas). In collaboration with Gravillis. Austin's symbols : - Paramount Theater - Food Trailer Parks - South Congress Bridge bats (- The Texas Capitol) "Our goal was to create a poster that did not feel like it could be easily digitally reproduced. Ultimately, we wanted to embrace the 'do-it-yourself' ethos that SXSW has shown each year with their creative and imaginative footprint at the festival.” -Gravillis Inc. Direction, Crafts, Illustration2014 The French NGO Ecofolio, who works to show the benefits of recycling, asked the agency June21 to promote this idea in a national print campaign.
Adrien Borderie Bely - Poster for the promotion of the new typeface “Bely” designed by Roxane Gataud. The poster is made from a poem by Andrei Bely. @1 month ago with 1 note Algorithmic 3D, Algorithmic, Art, Audio-Reactive, Computational Design, Design, Generative, Graphic Design, Inspiration, Java, OpenGL, Particles, Processing.org, Reza, Simulation, Special Effects, Technology, vfx, Visuals March 14, 2012 My interpretation of the emoticon “OMG” for Samsung’s Noteworthy Project: noteworthyproject.com/ 3D, Art, code art, Data Visualization, Design, Inspiration, Java, OpenGL, Particles, Processing.org, Reza, Special Effects, vfx, Visualization, Visuals, VJ Magneto: An Exploration of Lorentz Force Christian Boer’s Dyslexie is a typeface for dyslexics. Courtesy of Christian Boer Dutch designer Christian Boer created a dyslexic-friendly font to make reading easier for people with dyslexia, like himself. “Traditional fonts are designed solely from an aesthetic point of view,” Boer writes on his website, “which means they often have characteristics that make characters difficult to recognize for people with dyslexia.
Logo Design Process and Walkthrough for BioThemes This post was originally published in 2011 The tips and techniques explained may be outdated. It must be well over a year since I created the BioThemes logo, but the BioThemes website has finally launched with a bang so I thought I’d pull out my logo design to share my design process with you guys and girls. The BioThemes logo was pretty different to the majority of logos I’ve worked on in the past, which made it a super interesting project.
Human Nature: Jason deCaires Taylor's Submerged Figurative Sculptures House Thriving Coral Reefs Jason deCaires Taylor possesses the title of a renowned "eco-sculptor" producing underwater sculptural environments which harbor life and offer a new place for marine species like fish and coral to thrive as well as a place for tourists to visit while not disrupting already existing natural habitats. The works are impressively large and well researched, ensuring materials that are environmentally friendly and productive to the growth of marine life. The results are pretty impressive. (via)