Popular — Designspiration You should follow Designspiration on Twitter and Facebook for site news. — Shelby Designspiration Search Color mediumsmalllarge Discover Ads via The Deck The Exile of Satan from Heavy Metal Design — Those “heavy metal” bands that debuted during that first palmy MTV generation sound like nontoxic pop compared to today’s vast offerings of subaltern metal genres, where intricate is the new heavy, and glacially slow is far more radical than hyperfast. Metal has evolved in such diverse directions—drawing from and crossing over with punk, math rock, noise, and avant-garde musical threads—that perhaps the real surprise is how audiences who never thought of themselves as metalheads are now exploring bands with names like Baroness, Gojira, Isis, and SUNN O))). Detail from the 2009 Isis album Wavering Radiant Heavy metal has evolved visually as well. Gone are the fantasy illustrations of radioactive zombies and band logos composed of overlapping swords.
The Design Blog - Design Inspiration The Food Field by Parámetro Studio “Organic food store located in San Pedro GG, México. We created all the visual identity; from naming, packaging and all sales peripherals. For the color palette we wanted to avoid an obvious green palette so we used instead a set of 3 different shades of yellow which symbolize the dawn and start of a fresh new day. The logotype is accompanied by a simple and geometric icon that can be easily used to mark their wide range of edible products.” Parametro Studio is a design studio based in Monterrey Mx and Mexico City, specialized in creative strategy, branding, digital media and architecture.
Graphic Design In cleaning out old files I came across a mountain of great images. They are in no particular order and have no links to their... Great transformation. This is the Ducati Monster MS4R, a redesigned ’93 S4R owned by Italian automotive designer Paolo Tesio. Tesio has created a modern looking... July 2011 If you are already exposed to the astonishing wall hanging sculptures of El Anatsui, then you will need no further introduction of him. But if not, here is a brief introduction about this legendary Ghanaian sculptor who lives and works in Nigeria. Brahim El Anatsui was born in 1944 in Anayko, Ghana. After graduating from Nkrumah University of technology in Ghana, he moved to Nigeria in 1975 to take up a teaching job at Nsukka where he is lecturing at the University’s art institute on sculpture till today.
Art Stars as Action Figures Art Army Royalty © Mike Leavitt | Low-res gif © Jeremyriad You’ve seen his sketches, now marvel at the masterwork of Mike Leavitt, the artist’s artist. Tomorrow, Saturday, September 10th, his Art Amy Royalty will be on view at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show includes never-before-seen action figure versions of art stars Matthew Barney, Christo, Chuck Close, Lucian Freud, Gilbert & George, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Jeff Koons, Barbara Kruger, Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Claes Oldenburg, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, Julian Schnabel, Richard Serra, Cindy Sherman, Frank Stella, James Turrell, Cy Twombly, Kara Walker and Ai Weiwei. Mike Leavitt and Jeff Koons' body
Graphic Exchange - The blog of Mr Cup - graphic design, print, identity, products and more... After weeks of work, I am pleased to present my new portfolio. It will be now under the mrcup-studio.com name as after working freelance for years, I am now in a real studio with Jef working with me. He designs this website and I thanks him for that, I guess it is important to have a new eye on your own work !
Web Design Articles 10 Type Rules for an Excellent User Experience When it comes to websites and apps, good typography is more than just a pretty typeface. Letting has to be highly readable – and scannable – while providing a solid visual... Web Design Trends 2016: How Cards Dominate Design Practical as they are visually attractive, card interfaces are more than just a trend. We Love Magazines Another Escape launched earlier this year and number two has just been published. Like last time, it’s divided into four distinct sections – Inspiration, Exploration, Process and Response – and uses these to deal with different aspects of the extraordinary in the ordinary. Octopuses, rehabilitating old machines, beekeeping and the revival of the tango all make appearances as editors Rachel and Jody spread their net wide.
JUST™ Creative - Graphic Designer, Logo & Brand Identity Specialist - Part 4 The Ultimate Guide To Hiring And Managing Remote Workers Posted on 11'13 Nov Posted on November 11, 2013 along with 5 JUST™ Creative Comments This is a guest article contributed from Joshua*. Let’s face it, the internet has completely revolutionised the way the world does business and unless you’re Marissa Mayer (I’m 99.9% certain that you aren’t), you’ve probably considered hiring remote workers in [..] Interview: Fast Changing Technologies in Graphic Design