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Finding That Logo In Perfect Vector Format Using GooglePosted
Much of the time working with clients you’ll be given their logo artwork in vector format (AI or EPS), often times with additional information such as colour or font requirements. Lovely. However, the more projects you work on over time you’ll soon realize that these are “perfect world” situations and don’t always include time restraints […]
Vox: How Stranger Things Got Its Retro Title SequencePosted
The show was really good and checked many satisfying boxes for me. One of those boxes was the title sequence. Here’s a look from Vox at the making of the title sequence. Anyone else know the font was from the Choose Your Own Adventure books?
Round Table Discussion with Quentin Tarantino, Tom Hooper, Alejandro G. Inarritu, Ridley Scott, Danny Boyle and David O. RussellPosted
A very interesting video discussion I wanted to share with you. All credit and thanks to The Hollywood Reporter for putting on such a special event. Participants are: Quentin Tarantino (‘The Hateful Eight’), Tom Hooper (‘The Danish Girl’), Alejandro G. Inarritu (‘The Revenant’), Ridley Scott (‘The Martian’), Danny Boyle (‘Steve Jobs’) and David O. Russell. […]
750 FREE + 96 NEW Material Design Icons to Use, Remix or SharePosted
In October of 2014 I blogged about Google releasing 700+ free categorized icons. Well they’ve just updated their collection with an additional 96 new icons that you can use personally or commercially without attribution whatsoever. Their license (CC-BY 4.0) does however include a blurb saying it won’t hurt their feelings if you include attribution on […]
Marsala: Pantone’s 2015 Color Of The YearPosted
For those of you interested, Marsala is Pantone’s color of the year. See it used in photos and designs here on their blog.
This May Get You Thinking: Emulsifier by Thomas MedicusPosted
Amazing work by Thomas Medicus. 160 hand-painted glass strips set at angles reveal 4 different images as the whole thing rotates. An original idea I don’t think I’ve seen before. Enjoy!