Non-alcoholic beer tends to look like a cheap knockoff of its boozy brethren. Take O’Doul’s, Anheuser-Busch’s no alcohol beer that has sported a pseudo-Irish lager label that looks as old as its 28 years of existence. No surprise here, but O’Douls was having trouble with millennials, which is what led to its ingenious marking stunt. … Continue reading Happy Hour: Four Non-Alcoholic Beverages Done Right
A clean, bold sans serif typeface best suited for presentations, posters, text, fashion, logos, branding, magazines, logos, and any other business related. It contains uppercase, lowercase, numbers, punctuation, and some multilingual characters . Source: Estherilla: Bold Sans Serif Typeface (OTF)
Creative professionals now have a number of new typefaces to select from the Monotype Library for their projects, including a textured and hand-drawn calligraphic typeface, a sans serif with a bold personality, a hybrid script family and a quirky design inspired by the cinema of the 1930s and 1940s. Source: Update Your Typeface Inventory with … Continue reading Update Your Typeface Inventory with New Type Designs Recently Released from the Monotype Library
Do you know someone with a really great sense of human? Or maybe they always miss a great chance to say exactly what they think? Well, these ‘business cards’ are perfect for them. Source: Witty Yeti’s Bad Parking Business Cards
“Sumérgete en un océano textil” es el proyecto presentado por el estudio valenciano BOMa y la diseñadora de interiores Carmela Martí para la Feria de Hostelco 2018, celebrada en Barcelona. Source: " Sumérgete en un océano textil ” | More with Less
As a web designer, my aim in studying colours is to acquire the knowledge that will enable me to use and combine them to support the purposes of the website I am building. I may use understated, muted colours for quiet and subtle sites (Corporate Website).
Lush green, wheat yellow and rust brown star in this rural-inspired colour scheme that is quite contemporary. I call it Country Cool.
I was in the hardware store this morning and I picked up the Dulux interior colour collection catalogue. I love colour swatches and I always find them a fun and exciting way to be inspired. When I was something through the brochure I was thinking about warm and cold colours.
We’ve all been there. Walking down the road, enjoying an outdoor stroll when the weather if fine, or driving along on our ways to our next destination, when we’re literally stopped in our tracks by stunning—and colorful—improvisational artistry. Source: Color Inspiration: Sensational Street Art Featuring Every Shade