Rather than sticking with the obvious (New York, London, Paris, Rome etc.) we’ve chosen the following cities that you might not think of as being hotbeds of graffiti art. We’ve also picked these cities because they represent a particular sense of anarchy, wit, and social commentary that made graffiti art so infamous in the first place.
To narrow this list down to just 5 artists was an impossible task. Therefore, I chose these 5 illustrators based on a diversity of styles and backgrounds. From the edgiest artist to children’s book illustrators, I have chosen a brief glimpse of the super-imaginative illustration work from US artists.
We did a zombie logo post a few weeks ago that was super popular with our blog readers. I thought we’d revisit this idea with another article that celebrates bacon and the world’s most popular brands – all presented on a delicious blog platter for your enjoyment. Mmmm! A store full of bacon bargains Too […]
The following list is a “Festivus for the rest of us” line-up of cards, flyers, and invitations to celebrate the Festivus pole, feats of strength, and airing of grievances in this most noble of cantankerous holiday traditions.
There’s a brand new art movement that you may not even be aware of. It grew up out of the Instagram craze and has many followers but few people who are able to create truly artistic images in this little-known medium. One of the leading lights of Instagram artworld is Kevin Carson, a designer from Covina, California who has created a brilliant portfolio of mini photo masterpieces.
Even if that deadline is fast approaching, being anxious and nervous is the worst possible state of mind to try and design and be creative in. Your mind and body are fighting against you; your muscles and mind are wound too tight to be of any use to you. You need to get all loosey goosey. Here’s 5 ideas to get you back into the designer frame of mind