White space design is a great way to grab a user’s attention, drive home a message and give an elegant user experience. Here are 10 examples you’ll want to copy White space design is a great way to grab a user’s attention, drive home a message and give an elegantRead More →

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The multi-sensory installation Escales découvertes in Mount Royal Heritage Site, Montreal is using 3D bronze orientation maps; conical stone place-markers; and belvedere-like halts, each showcasing a specific landscape view, contextualising adjacent landscape features. The Jigsaw font family is used throughout the project through engraved, laser-cut or polished stone applications. Immersive and engaging, the project invitesRead More →

Do you ever think about just how far into the Earth the ocean actually reaches its greatest depths? Truly the last frontier aside from outer space and the core of the Earth itself, much of the area below the ocean’s surface remains unexplored despite the fact that it represents 95%Read More →

The importance of good branding can’t be overstated. Something as simple as your company logo can make the difference between being forgotten, turned down for a more recognizable competitor or ultimately accepted. There are many ways to give your company more identity, like using a catchy jingle or slogan. Source:Read More →

  A major part of online content is text-based, but people won’t be interested in reading the text on your site unless the typography is well designed. You might work with custom frameworks but those can feel restrictive. Instead try Sassline, a free Sass-based library for creating perfect gridlines onRead More →

Braille type is often included as alongside conventional letters, but “Braille Neue” typesets blend both visible and tangible characters in the same space, creating hybrid alphabets that anyone can read. Source: Touchable Typeface: Ingenious Fonts Combine Visual & Braille CharactersRead More →

It’s no secret that the internet has revolutionised how we communicate. We can have face-to-face chats with people across the globe for free, condense our speech into quick acronyms and emojis, and expose our genitalia to strangers without so much as a polite “hello” first. Source: Interrobang: How this handyRead More →

Nobody has looked as good as Audrey Hepburn then or now.  Check out this fun poster for the Audrey fans. Material: Canvas Style: Modern Medium: Waterproof Ink Original: No Subjects: Abstract Technics: Spray Painting Form: Single Model Number: canvas painting Frame: No Brand Name: NICOLESHENTING Support Base: Canvas Type: CanvasRead More →

This original post is from if it’s hip, it’s here As I looked through the three-dimensional assemblages of classic pin-up portraits by artist Michael Mapes, I had trouble containing my composure. With each enlarged detail, my jaw dropped further to the floor. Source: Michael Mapes Deconstructed & Reconstructed Pin-Up GirlsRead More →

Ale Paul and Futura . shared an awesome typography project on Behance. It’s for their new font family Address Sans. As they mentioned in the description, the typeface indulges in the spirit and aesthetics of mid-century Modern. Also, for  Address Sans’ black-and-white specimen, they invited much-admired Mexican design studio Futura to design it with them, the resultRead More →

Motion Design: True Detective 3 Opening Title We are featuring a collaborative work from Mill+ and Antibody with Nic Pizzolato to create the opening title sequence for the long-awaited third season of HBO’s ‘True Detective’. Source: Motion Design: True Detective 3 Opening TitleRead More →

Kemira Oyj is a €2.5B stock listed chemical company that consists of three main segments; pulp & paper, water-intensive industries & municipal water treatment, and oil & gas. There are 4,730 employees in 40 countries. Refreshing a brand for a 100-year old company is about keeping it true to the valuesRead More →

Voyager is an all-caps vintage inspired serif typeface. It has multilingual support and comes in three styles, regular, aged, and outline in OTF file format. It is best used for branding, print design, title headings and so much more! Source: Voyager: Vintage Serif Typeface (OTF)Read More →

In our newest design debate, Alva Skog, Erin Aniker and Yuko Shimizu explore whether it pays for an illustrator to hire an agent. Ready, set, debate. 1. Having an agent means that you can concentrate on what you do best. Alva Skog, freelance illustrator I was considering going freelance straightRead More →

What makes creative successful? Creative work often lives in the land of feeling—we can say we like something, point to how happy the client is, or talk about how delighted users will be, but can’t objectively measure feelings. Measuring the success of creative work doesn’t have to stop with feeling.Read More →

Need some clothing mockups for your next design project? Maybe you’re creating an eCommerce store and need some temporary graphics. Or perhaps you’re actually designing clothing with custom logos. Whatever your goal, these ten free clothing mockups are super easy to edit and apply designs to. Source: 10 Free ClothingRead More →

If you love fonts or National Parks (or both), you’re in luck—you can download the typeface found on park signs for free. The iconic all-caps lettering used by the National Park Service wasn’t originally a typeface, reports Fast Company. Source: Download the National Parks’ Typeface For FreeRead More →

It is not surprising that colour can affect the state of our mind. Which colours best affect our mood? When you equip the room, you should not determine the colour only on the basis of whether you like it or not. Try to imagine how you would feel about theRead More →

Adobe has partnered with Fontself to release four unique color fonts to take your love notes to the next level this Valentine’s Day. Each day this week through the 14th, Adobe and Fontself are celebrating #ColorFontWeek by releasing a free new colour font. Source: Adobe and Fontself Release New FreeRead More →