Few things in life are as challenging to design as a logo. A company logo is often a monumental task, despite the tiny size, because there are so many different things to think about. Sometimes it needs to look good against a black and white background. Often, it needs to look good rendered at both large and small sizes. The personality of the brand can often be enormously influenced by the design of the logo, and so that’s a huge consideration too.
Every decent designer needs a set of high quality social media icons. By compiling them into a continuously updated font, your good friends at Haeck Design have taken that worry away from you. Simply download or Git the Get Social Icon Set and you’ll have the cleanest version of all your favorite social media icons…
A huge collection of crisp and diverse icons for web designers and developers.
The fact that the colors you see alter your moods and have a visible effect on your emotions and view of the world is, by now, commonplace. Everybody knows that. Most likely, so do you.
The only way to make a decent income on stock websites is to work a lot and provide many quality files, and your leftover designs don’t really qualify as quality files. Let’s take a look at what makes a file popular on stock websites.
In the 1960s, Motorola commissioned a series of ads illustrated by the late Charles Schridde with a running theme of the “house of the future”. These futuristic paintings are amazingly detailed. Viewed from an architecture / interior design angle, they really give an insight to the American imagination of that period. Swanky bachelor pads, spiral…
Here’s a collection of impressive oil paintings created by the talented Californian artist Christopher Murphy. Currently he is represented by the Lora Schlesinger Gallery in Santa Monica, CA.