If you’re designing a logo for a business, then this vector symbol logos pack is going to help you out tremendously. Filled with over 32 logos that cover industries such as restaurant, financial, corporate, new media, non-profit, real estate, production, electrical, and many more.
Archive | Art & Graphic Design
September 18, 2014
September 16, 2014
Let’s be honest for a minute. Are your business cards a total embarrassment? The answer may surprise you. We have seen many terrible business card designs than we care to acknowledge. But there is hope. The way to design a better business card isn’t by looking at good examples, but by looking at bad examples, and understanding what makes them such visual eyesores.
September 2, 2014
Many people think they’re font experts and have the ultimate knowledge about typography, but how well do you really know your fonts? In this quiz that we devised specially for the art, print, and design communities, we ask, how well do you really know your fonts?
August 26, 2014
We won’t be meeting anything as boring as Mr. Grey in this 50 Shades of Beer infographic, this is all about Mr. Gold, Mr. Brown, and Mr. Chocolate, and the sexiest and most ravishing colors of beer.
August 21, 2014
The following back-to-school craft ideas and tutorials were created by expert hobbyists. They range from 5-minute craft projects to full-blown craft assignments. Take inspiration from these brilliant craft ideas and have fun crafting this back to school season.
August 20, 2014
School fundraising doesn’t have to be so painful and predictable. To inject new life into your school fundraising, why not use some of the following 5 easy fundraising ideas for your own school promotions.
Out of the Galleries and Into the Streets – a Tour of 5 of the Best Graffiti Art Cities in the World
August 12, 2014
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.
August 5, 2014
Nerd is the word at NextDayFlyers this week as we bring you 4 über quality business cards templates for designers, photographers, coders, artists, techy’s, developers, and all other nerd entrepreneurs. All these templates in both Photoshop and Illustrator formats are prepped and ready for your own copy. So get editing and print your own business cards today and lets make nerd hay while the sun shines!
A Short History of Postcard Design from Japanese Prints to Cheeky British Seaside Postcards and Beyond
July 29, 2014
Postcards have been a popular mode of communication since the late 1800’s. See how they’ve developed and evolved as a means for artists, illustrators, and designers to create artwork.
July 24, 2014
The homebrewing industry is an enormous one in which millions of Americans are buying up carboys, keggers, wort chillers, and getting stickers printed for their growlers and brown bottles. Here is a look at some labels produced by some truly artistic people.
July 15, 2014
The following funny wedding invitations are brilliantly conceived and executed with some genuinely funny messages and original ideas. Give your guests a good laugh and let them know to expect a fun and happy time.
July 8, 2014
To help you break out of the traditional format, we have put together a few creative flyers for your church that are totally free to use. In PSD (Photoshop) format, you can add your own logos, images, and messages to these templates to make them highly original and personal to your church and its aims.
July 2, 2014
The following fonts are close derivations of the original punch cut letterforms and print press font styles that fed printing presses in the 14th Century and beyond. When you next use these fonts, I hope they give you the added sense of tradition and history that these beautiful letters bring to your designs and messages.
July 1, 2014
The following tips will give you an idea of how to get your art into –view, because nothing sells slower than a piece of artwork that’s never seen. We encourage all artists to sell through any means possible, utilizing originals, poster prints, canvas wall prints, and digital mediums.
June 26, 2014
It’s competitive out here in the Webosphere, so it’s important to take the necessary steps to stay ahead of the pack. By grabbing your visitors’ attention and getting them to take an action, you guarantee that your website will be a success. But usability’s role can’t be understated in the overall success of your website. If you want your business to do well (or you simply want to drive more traffic to your site), it’s important that your website is user friendly and easy to navigate.