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The professional association for design

The professional association for design

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DIY Trash to Couture original DIY tutorials Click on the links below the pictures to see the page. Justin Johnson - Smoke & Mirrors The Story... Justin Johnson's highly anticipated double album "Smoke & Mirrors" is the most comprehensive musical statement yet made, about the past, present, and future of handmade American Roots instruments~ A sensory immersive musical journey that will have you spellbound from the first note. The "Smoke" album highlights the builds of some of the most talented, innovative, and artistic luthiers in the world today. "Smoke" was recorded at the legendary Sun Studio, the “Birthplace of Rock & Roll,” using the studio’s combination of vintage equipment and modern technology to showcase the corresponding qualities in the 18 modern roots instruments featured. The "Mirrors" album is a historical retrospective that showcases American Roots instruments, through acoustic recordings on 8 pre-WWII relic instruments from Bill Jehle's Cigar Box Guitar Museum.

AIGA AIGA (formerly an initialism for American Institute of Graphic Arts[5]) is an American professional organization for design. Organized in 1914,[1] AIGA currently has more than 25,000 members[1] throughout 70 chapters and more than 200 student groups nationwide[2]. Its activities include the AIGA Medal, the AIGA Design Archives, and annual design competition “Justified”. The organization's tagline is "the professional association for design", which is used immediately after the AIGA name in its own publications. History[edit]

HOW The time has come to close the legendary HOW Forums, but don’t worry; there are so many ways to connect with HOW and with other designers these days! The graphic design community has gone social. HOW Social Media Shortcuts Connect with HOW HOWdesign.com is also open to your thoughts and opinions. Simply register here and then comment on posts and let us know what you want to read more about. green life green life deadline for submission of entries : august 25th, 2009 published september 21st, 2009 theme: green life see the call for entries the jury was composed of: julien de smedt / JDS, architect karim rashid, industrial designer jerszy seymour, industrial designer martin videgård hansson + bolle tham, tham & videgård hansson architects birgit lohmann, editor-in-chief designboom AHN, sang-soo, hongik nniv. visual communication design professor, icograda ex vice president LEE, soon-jong, seoul national univ. design major professor KIM, joo-yun, hongik univ. industrial design professor, ifi board member LEE, chul-bae, LG eletronics vice president, corporate design center, strategic design planning manager JEON, heung-soo, Incheon Metropolitan City design manager - organized by designboom, in collaboration with Incheon Metropolitan City, KOREA

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Are You Eating Bugs? Yes, You Are! - Food There's little doubt that consumption of cattle, pigs, chicken, and other livestock comes with considerable environmental cost. But instead of ditching meat altogether, two Dutch researchers have been on a mission to challenge taboos in the developed world by suggesting an environmentally friendly protein alternative: bugs. Marcel Dicke and Arnold van Huis have already been promoting the consumption of insects in the Netherlands. As they write in the Wall Street Journal: Over the past two years, three Dutch insect-raising companies, which normally produce feed for animals in zoos, have set up special production lines to raise locusts and mealworms for human consumption. Now those insects are sold, freeze-dried, in two dozen retail food outlets that cater to restaurants.

Compositing V-ray Render Layers in Photoshop In this tutorial Ahmed Fathi takes a look at how to composite together V-ray render layers using blending-modes and masks in Photoshop. Once completed, this process allows you to change or tweak any aspect of your image in seconds without having to re-render a thing! Ahmed also covers a few extra post production techniques such as Chromatic Aberration and Depth Of Field, as well as how to emulate a Cross-processed look. Republished Tutorial Every few weeks, we revisit some of our reader's favorite posts from throughout the history of the site. Baseline “Real” baseline grid on the web When I first started to design Baseline, I wanted to base the grid on the work of Josef Müller-Brockmann, unfortunately some missing CSS attributes — like type leading — kept me from implementing a true grid based approach. I then decided to another look at the basic grid used in print: the baseline grid. Most frameworks and examples of baseline grids simply put the type on a regular line-height, but one problem with this approach is that the text rarely lines up correctly between columns and headlines — H1 through H6.

Free Carpet Textures Download Favorite These and many more can be found at www.plaintextures.com You May Also Like 6 revisions About Six Revisions Six Revisions is a website that publishes practical and useful articles for designers and web developers. We seek to present exceptional, noteworthy tips, tutorials, and resources that the modern web professional will appreciate. Six Revisions was launched in February 2008 by professional web developer/designer Jacob Gube (who now functions as the Chief Editor of the site). Colour Mania: A Global Spectrum of Unitone Design by Maria Popova A global ethnography by way of design, or what chocolate packaging has to do with indie music. As a hopeless lover of both color and minimalism, I was instantly enamoured with Colour Mania by Victionary — a magnificent collection of stellar unicolor works in nine colors and a rainbow tone, spanning graphic design, illustration, packaging, branding, interior design and more. Each of the book’s ten color-based chapters, separated by peel-off color tabs, features a meticulously curated selection of eye candy in the respective hue — yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, green, brown, achromatic / black-and-white, and rainbow. Color initially conveys no meanings when it stands alone, but it connotes feelings and values that vary from places, culture and time and are subject to personal feelings at the same time.” The lavish volume features over 300 pages of cross-disciplinary contributions from all over the world, offering an implicit ethnograhic tour by way of color.

COLOURlovers Pixlr Express is making a COLOURlovers Expansion Pack! This is going to be a such a fun and unique contest open for all talent-types utilizing our very own familiar tools. If you're crazy impatient and want to skip further reading, go here to submit designs right away! A Pixlr Expansion Pack is used in photo overlays, borders or stickers in their impressive and fun photo editing apps.

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