Woodblock printing emerged in China in 220 as a method for printing onto textiles and later paper. The method is simple, but highly effective. An image is carved into a wooden block ‘in reverse’: areas that appear white in the print are cut away and those that appear black, or a particular colour, are left at surface level. The wooden block is then stamped, rubbed or pressed onto a piece of textile or paper to create a detailed image.
In the numerous hours you’ve spent surfing the Internet, I’m sure you’ve come across countless online content with titles that start with numerals and go along the lines of these headings like “40 Most Inspiring…”, “65 Incredible…”, and “10 Most Popular…”.
A current trend in logo design is to use fold effects that give a three dimensional appearance. Some of these logos resemble origami or folded paper. In this post we’ll feature more than 30 logos for your design inspiration.
Les nouvelles typographies est un sujet récurrent souvent sur MaRevueWeb. Je trouve qu’il s’agit d’un aspect de grande influence à la réussite ou à l’échec d’un design tant dans le domaine du web que de la publicité. Il est donc de mise de se maintenir à l’affût des nouvelles polices de caractères qui influencent grandement…
To create grunge designs you need to learn the basic skills and have some good material. This article gives you both and you have no excuse for not getting started right away.
In this tutorial I will explain how to create a burning flower using Adobe Photoshop CS3.
Striking international logotypes and logomarks via a 1970s edition of “World of Logotypes”. Selected for their strong graphic quality and timelessness. Includes designs by Bob Noorda, Benno Wissing, Nishiwaki Tomoichi and Ueda Akisato.