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Converse has given its wordmark a redesign but the famous Chuck Taylor logo remains intact. Given that the star-shaped piece of ankle decoration is one of the most recognisable pieces of Americana, arguably up there with McDonald’s Golden Arches, it’s...
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If you were waiting for the bus, and you saw yourself magically appear in that Gap ad at your stop, wouldn’t you be shocked? Absolutely. And so were the victims of this delightful Photoshop prank by artist Erik Johansson and...
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If you’ve spent your career to date focused on digital-only design, you may be unsure about what to do when sending a design to print. So in this post we round up five fundamental things you need to know, with...
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This article is about Luminosity and Color Blend modes in Photoshop and how to spot differences between them. You may start using them more frequently after you understand their strengths and cases when you should use them. Blake Rudis from...
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Good news come from Getty Images and InVision. They have launched an exciting new free tool that allows Photoshop and Sketch users to grab stock images from inside their graphic design platforms. More at: invisionapp.com/craft That’s right, thanks to Craft Stock from...
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Seven million jars of Nutella in February appeared on shelves in Italy, all of them boasting a unique label design. And here’s a weird twist: Every single one of those millions of labels was designed by…an algorithm? Yes, algorithm. The...
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Logo styles can be divided into five basic categories: wordmarks, lettermarks, brandmarks, combination marks and emblems. In this post, we explain how each of them is defined, give some famous examples, and explain when and why you should use them....
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How it’s actually printed is as least as important to the final look of the product, and a keen understanding of printing techniques is vital. (For a refresher, check out this article on printing terms every designer needs to know.)...
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Couple of firms are willing to share figures, and even if they do, it’s difficult to distinguish the cost of designing the logo from the cost of the rebrand as a whole, which can include marketing, advertising and other associated...
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  From the legendary Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Company and Field Notes to the inspiring Paula Scher; from world famous letterer and illustrator Jessica Hische (think West Anderson title sequences) to the talented Jessica Walsh of Sagmeister & Walsh...
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