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Tag: Graphic Design

Make Awesome Graphic Designs Without Any Experience Using PixTeller Pro

Make Awesome Graphic Designs Without Any Experience Using PixTeller Pro
You don’t need a bunch of schooling or a Photoshop tutorial to create awesome designs. All you need is the platform that TechCrunch says “makes designers (almost) obsolete.” PixTeller Pro is based entirely online so you…

Create Banners, Ads, and Graphics for Your Website Using PixelModo

Create Banners, Ads, and Graphics for Your Website Using PixelModo
Looking to create eyecatching ads, banners, or social media campaigns for your business, blog, or brand? Get a little help from PixelModo. With PixelModo, you have access to millions of high-resolution pictures, patterns, and vectors that…
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Learn Graphic Design and Adobe Apps on the Cheap

Learn Graphic Design and Adobe Apps on the Cheap
Have you always wanted to make art your livelihood? Whether you’re a university art major, drawing hobbyist, or working graphic designer, you can learn more about your craft with the Ultimate Graphic Design Mastery Bundle. With…

Resolve to Improve Your Tech Skills in the New Year with These 7 Great Courses

Resolve to Improve Your Tech Skills in the New Year with These 7 Great Courses
Lots of businesses both large and small are relying on tech experts to secure their networks, protect their data, create new designs, and so much more. You can launch a lucrative career and make tons of money! 

Launch a Career as a Graphic Designer with This $15 Bootcamp

Launch a Career as a Graphic Designer with This $15 Bootcamp
Interested in becoming a graphic designer? Take action now to get the training you need.

Guy Sends out Custom Brewed and Packaged Beer as Resume: You’re Hired!

Guy Sends out Custom Brewed and Packaged Beer as Resume: You’re Hired!
If you want to be hired, don’t just send the company yet another boring resume. After going through stacks of them, hiring managers could use a good drink. So send them some booze and you pretty…

Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects

Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects
It looks like Jinsu Park’s color-copying pen concept is going to have a real-life counterpart, thanks to inventors Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman. Their Scribble Pen and Scribble Stylus use a color sensor and an ARM…

Nix Color Sensor Copies Colors from Physical Objects: Real Life Eyedropper Tool

Nix Color Sensor Copies Colors from Physical Objects: Real Life Eyedropper Tool
One of my earliest posts here was about the Color Picker, a concept for a pen that let you copy colors from your surroundings and then doodle with that color. Matthew Sheridan brings us a step…

The Insanely Great History of Apple Explains it All for You

The Insanely Great History of Apple Explains it All for You
Are you a serious Apple fanboy or fangirl? Here’s a poster that you’re probably going to want to hang on your wall. Entitled The Insanely Great History of Apple, it chronicles the past 30 years of…

iPlate Adds a Layer of Photoshop to Your Dinner

iPlate Adds a Layer of Photoshop to Your Dinner
…which is why these should have been called Photoplate instead. Whatever their name, Todd Burka’s designs will make Photoshop fans think of the possibilities of edible editing. What if you could enlarge or multiply your food…

Vintage Superhero Posters: Paper Fights Back

Vintage Superhero Posters: Paper Fights Back
French illustrator Grégoire Guillemin created these retro posters as part of his series Exercises in Style, which remind me of the golden age of superheroes. Each poster is unique and the typography matches the overall tone…

Bare Essentials: Characters Get Minimal, Still Recognizable

Bare Essentials: Characters Get Minimal, Still Recognizable
Bare Essentials is a book by Dennis de Groot featuring images which reduce popular video game, comic book, and other characters to their most basic representation, using simple geometric shapes. Just like those pixel characters by…

Super Angular Mario

Super Angular Mario
I’ve seen lots of different renditions of Mario over the years, but I can definitely say I’ve never seen him looking quite this extreme. Illustrator Nicola Felaco created this cool blocky version of Mario using a…

Minimal Video Game Characters: Can You Guess Them All?

Minimal Video Game Characters: Can You Guess Them All?
This clever illustration by Fabian Gonzalez is chockful of famous video game characters – all boiled down to their most minimal essence. All have to say is that I stared at this image for about 20…

Minimal Mario and Simplistic Street Fighter

Minimal Mario and Simplistic Street Fighter
You’ve gotta love these ultra-minimal graphics of Bowser (with his back to us), Luigi, Mario and Princess Peach by Nick Luckett. The Street Fighter ones by infinitecontinues which inspired Nick to create his ain’t half bad…

Console Font 1-Ups Arial

Console Font 1-Ups Arial
I’m really not a fan of fancy display typefaces. Maybe it’s my early eye-scarring experience with the San Francisco font on my original Macintosh 128, but I really prefer fonts that are readable over cool looking.…
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