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The essence of street photography is its raw, unfiltered, unstaged realism. The key to this is mastering your sense of timing and not being embarrassed to approach potential subjects Some of the world’s earliest photographs were street scenes, but in the years following photography’s invention in 1839, exposure times wereRead More →

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In the lead up to the congressional elections across the US taking place today (6 November), The Centre for American Politics and Design (CAPD) have archived past campaign logos into an interactive database designed for research purposes. Source: The Centre for American Politics and Design explores the graphic vernacular ofRead More →

Mixing the best of its older siblings, Ropa Mix is the new kid on the block, part of lettersoup’s. Ropa Type Family. With two free weights, you can try before you buy. Ropa Mix Pro is the newest addition to the Ropa Type System. At the head of the familyRead More →

The latest addition to the FontFont family is a monospaced beauty, say hello to FF Attribute.Read More →

We’re delighted to feature the gorgeous Trade Gothic Display by Lynne Yun, one of the newest designs for the Monotype Studio. The two styles add colour, flexibility, and versatility to any project.Read More →

Contributed by Benoît Bodhuin Source: https://crystalzapata.com Crystal Zapata. License: All Rights Reserved. Great series of posters from Crystal Zapata for Bricktown Sound Dance Party at The Hungry Brain, Chicago. Source: https://crystalzapata.com Crystal Zapata. License: All Rights Reserved. Source: https://crystalzapata.com Crystal Zapata. License: All Rights Reserved. Source: https://crystalzapata.com Crystal Zapata. License: All Rights Reserved.Read More →

Ahead of his upcoming graduation from London’s prestigious Central Saint Martins, illustrator Thomas Hedger has produced a new series of work. In contrast to the bold nature of his previous pieces, Hedger’s new body of illustrations features hazy tones and a looser colour palette – a very conscious progression byRead More →

Find yourself doodling through presentations or your eyes glazing over looking at pages and pages of notes afterwards? Why not combine your doodles and your notes into something that is both informative and memorable? This process, called sketchnoting or graphic recording (more on the difference later), is a great wayRead More →

Stealing sucks, especially when someone takes your hard work. As a creative professional, you’re exercising great trust when you take your work public. Whether you hand over samples to a potential client or post your designs on your own website, the instant it’s shared, you run a risk of theft.Read More →

Choosing the right designer is a key driver of whether or not your project is going to be a success. The best designers will deliver high-quality work that reflects an understanding of your business, your target audience and your objectives—all delivered with professionalism and timeliness. (Easy, right?!) There are lotsRead More →

© Yijie Hu Architect: COBBLESTONE DESIGN CANADA Address: No.9,Ke Yuan Roa ,Daxing District, Beijing, China Lead Architects: Tingjie (Peter) Liu Design Team: Tingjie (Peter) Liu, Lianying Qin, Biao Dai Collaborators: Shanghai Zhongfu Architectural Design Institute Area: 11500.0 m2 Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Yijie Hu © Yijie Hu Text description providedRead More →

The restoration of period properties is becoming more popular, as people try to recreate the grandeur, glamour and charm relating to certain eras in our heritage. Unfortunately, over time original features such as fireplaces and cornicings have been stripped from many period properties, leaving modern, bland interiors that don’t reflectRead More →

Stephen Hawking’s death is sobering amidst cheap puns, baked-pie homages, and also the nation’s fleeting appreciation for a long series of irrational numbers; everyone celebrates Pi day differently. Some acknowledge the trillion-digit decimal’s infinite beauty for a few seconds, while others, such as Martijn Koomen and Tadas Maksimovas get toRead More →

In a pair of teaser videos for singer Stevanna Jackson, animator Romane Granger utilizes closely modeled clay to indicate the complex ecosystem of life on the ocean’s floor. In Ocean Blues #1 and #2, the springs and coils of clay shift in tune with Jackson’s music as waves, flower-like layoutsRead More →

The French masterminds of mechanical delight,Les Machines de L’ile, have an ambitious new project. L’Arbre aux Hérons (The Heron’s Tree) is set to be the most significant hanging garden built since early Babylon, crossing over 160 ft in diameter and hitting 114 feet into the sky. Their Nantes-based team describesRead More →

Authorities have yet to publish details surrounding Banksy‘s most up-to-date action: a rat, endlessly racing around a wheel (the clock in 14th street and 6th avenue, 101 west 14th street). You will always be a rat <3’ — ‘a short history of time-traveling to infinity #stephenhawking #rip #thanksbanksy’ — ‘it’sRead More →

The post Melbourne Got Filled With Thousands Biodegradable Balloons By LA-based Artist Geronimo appeared first on FREEYORK.Read More →

Both a website’s header and footer play an important role in the overall user experience. Each one provides an opportunity to establish branding and offer up a large dose of utility. Headers have long been the focus of designers, as it’s the first thing a user will see upon visitingRead More →

Sometimes, you just don’t want to do your work. It can be such a hassle to get up, start up the computer, fire up the software, and do what needs to be done. You feel tired and bored, having lost sight of why you chose a career in design inRead More →

Choose a uniform to wear each day… This is probably not a new concept to you. Lots of people have written about this topic before. It was fascinating to me when I first heard about it a few years ago. I guess it mostly started when Mark Zuckerberg was noticedRead More →