Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’

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Get Creative With Collage: Trends and Inspiration

Collage is the combination of pieces of diverse materials and media, such as newspaper, magazines, package labels, fabric, paint and photographs, into one composition. The term itself derives from the French "coller," meaning "glue." It was coined by both Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso at the beginning of the 20th century, when collage became a distinct part of modern art.

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Collage promises to be an important creative outlet for many years to come because it allows artists to explore and experiment with creating truly new, exciting and often unexpected results. This article showcases the pioneers of the collage movement, current trends and examples, contemporary proponents of collage and a wealth of resources. Please feel free to use the comments area to suggest other collages or artists you like.

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Out of This World Typography

On the last type-inspiration post, we showcased some incredible black and white typography. We've also gathered the ultimate collection of nature-inspired typography.

Today, we will be showcasing outer space typography. This is probably my favorite style of design. There is so much that you can do with the outer space, galaxy style. While it is not really appropriate to use in most client projects, it is a very fun effect to implement on your own personal projects.

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Incredible Black and White Typography

I love the use of different colors in design. Designs that use vibrant colors really attract my attention. I've definitely done my part in showcasing colorful designs.

Today, we will be focusing on black and white. In the world of design, black and white definitely have their place. Using black and white can definitely add a touch of class as well as a classical element to a design. Just take for instance, black and white movies. Because of the lack of color, these movies automatically generate a classic feel.

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The Outstanding Work of Jon Malkemus

I've been following Jon Malkemus for quite some time now. The quality of his work never ceases to amaze me. He is based out of Orange County, CA. Jon does art direction, motion graphics as well as interactive websites. You can view his website here.

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Creative Toy Story Artwork

I love the Toy Story series. I remember watching it when I was younger. Well, this past month, I found out that Toy Story 3 is actually going to be released on June 18, 2010. Although I'm 22 now, I still can't wait to watch that movie. I guess my little kid side is coming out.

I decided to showcase some amazing and creative Toy Story artwork. I guess I'm not the only Toy Story fan as I found 100's of Toy Story fan art. Here are the best Woody and Buzz artwork that I could find. Oh, and make sure to look at all of them and you will see a surprise at the end.

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Ask the Expert – Maintaining Multiple Websites with Nick La

Ask the Expert is a weekly series here on Design Informer. Maintaining multiple websites is the theme for this week. Nick La is this week's expert.

Nick La is a Toronto based freelance illustrator and web designer. His main focuses are designing stock icons, illustrations, and beautiful CSS websites. Nick's work has been featured in many online portals and design publications such as: Computer Arts, Web Designer Magazine, Practical Web Design (.Net magazine), DIGIT, and Web Design Index.

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What an Animal – Illustrations of Turkeys

This is part 3 of the "What an Animal" series here on Design Informer. Since Thanksgiving is in a couple of days, today's showcase will feature turkeys.

The turkey has always been associated with Thanksgiving. If you want to know why, don't ask me. Just look it up on Wikipedia or something. Let's take a peek at 20 fantastic and bizarre illustrations of turkeys.

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