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Nontraditional and quite unique take on the wedding invite design. Kyle DeGroff creates an unorthodox wedding invite for close friends branded under the theme of travelling.
Your portfolio should present your talents, abilities and professionalism in the best possible way. It is should be a digital business card which will help potential clients remember you. So here are some tips to create the perfect portfolio whether it is a digital or a print one.
Personalised marshmallow makers, Boomf, launches nationwide design competition for hopeful artists.
Staying organized and efficient is important when you are working as designer.
Having the right tools can help immensely to devote yourself to the creative process by freeing some time.
“A logo does not sell (directly), it identifies.”
– Paul Rand
Birds have also been widely adopted in commerce and the message there is very clear as they have been used as a trademarks for airlines and publishers. The logos below are just a small part of the usage of bird as a trademark symbol, some are metaphoric, and others are just found marks.
Kim Taylor is an independent designer from London and he does mainly art-direction and motiongraphics. On his personal website he says “I am obsessed with the evocative power an image can wield, the way shapes and colour can be arranged by magic into something resonant.”