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100 Years of Movie Title Stills

I'm always observing graphic design in different things. The other day, while I was watching something on TV, the design of the title screen caught my attention. I figured that this would be a great idea to post on Design Informer. I quickly got to work and started researching. Come to find out that there were some great sites that have already collected hundreds of movie title stills.


Your Creative Drive, Design Informer

As graphic designers we are asked day in and day out to be creative, be original, and be knowledgeable. Our ideas can go anywhere from impressing a few fellow classmates to greatly increasing the revenue of a local/national establishment. Yet, how do we develop into a successful designer in the first place? Additionally, how do we stay on top of our game and continue to be inventive and reputable?


Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien From the Eyes of Designers

The past couple of weeks, the media has been in a frenzy. When news that Conan O'Brien was getting the boot from NBC, there suddenly was an uproar. Everyone was defending Conan, including designers. Last week, my Twitter stream was filled with "Save Coco" or "We Love Conan." Personally, I never really watched him and I don't really feel sorry for him (he's making millions from this), but because of all the hoopla surrounding this debacle, I decided to look around and see what designers have done. Usually, if there's something big in the news, you can be sure that designers have already fired up Photoshop or have taken their pens and papers and have already started designing and creating something dealing with the issue.


Out of This World Tutorials

As promised, here are some amazing outer-space tutorials for your learning. This is part 2 of the "Out of This World" series. I'm sure that you have seen some of these tutorials before, but hopefully, you will find a few that are totally new. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and choose a few of these tutorials and try them out for yourself.

Part I: Out of This World Typography
Part II: Out of This World Tutorials


The Benefits of Experimentation

"The true method of knowledge is experiment." - William Blake

I spend a fair amount of time working on web design. After a full day at the office, it’s not uncommon for me to come home and work on my own site, blog or other personal projects. It’s also not uncommon for people to ask me how I “find the time” to do this type of personal work. My response, especially to other Web designers, is this. How can you not find the time to do this type of work?


The Unique Portfolio of Serial Cut

Serial Cut is a studio based in Madrid. It was established in 1999 by Sergio del Puerto. They work on a wide variety of different projects, but they focus mainly on Art Direction. You should check out more of the studio's work by visiting their website.

"Image and type are a great combination that we like to use on all the projects we work on. Typography plays an important role in the end product."


What an Animal – Illustrations of Lions

This is part 2 of the "What an Animal" series here on Design Informer. Today's showcase will feature the lion.

The lion is perhaps one of the most feared animal in the animal kingdom. The lion is known as the king of the jungle. I have always been fascinated by these powerful and fierce creatures. Let's look at 15 ferocious illustrations of lions.


Delicious Foodscapes by Carl Warner

Carl Warner is a London-based photographer who makes foodscapes: landscapes made of food. Check out more of his work on his website.

"Although I’m very hands-on, I do use model makers and food stylists to help me create the sets. I tend to start with a drawing which I sketch out in order to get the composition worked out."

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