How well do you know your skulls? Just in time for all your Halloween artwork and promotions, we present the ultimate skull cheat sheet that shows every skull style imaginable, whether you’re looking for designs that are traditional, cute, or hazardous to your health! A ludicrously long and detailed infographic, this skull guide is perfect as design reference for your flash tattoo’s, stickers, art prints, and other skull artwork. As an added bonus, we’re offering a flash pack of vector skulls from this massive file of skull designs for you to use with your own designs and graphics.
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.
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.
There’s a lot happening in the design world in 2014, and a host of conferences to highlight it all. Here’s a list of 8 exciting design-oriented conferences you might want to check out this year:
We’re celebrating the brilliant and varied world of print with a special round-up of the best print pieces from around the internet in 2013. These incredible print examples made us laugh, gasp, and delight at the craft of design and print.
2012 was the year of major brand redesign. Some of the worlds biggest brands like eBay and Microsoft ditched their familiar images for straighter, simpler, and more serious versions of their previous looks. In this post we will review some of these logo designs and track the overall trend of a cleaner and more graphically adaptable brand that company’s are taking through-the-line.