The February 2012 collection of business card inspiration features a variety of business card print styles like letterpress cards, edge painted cards and embossed cards. The designs vary from minimal and typography based, to bold, textured based designs. I particularly like the thick letterpress business cards like the Studio Graphik card.Read More
For a while now I have been really tempted to get my logo monogram turned into a wooden or rubber stamp, monograms and sweet typography always looks so good when made into stamp format. Needless to say my inspiration for having my own stamp was started when browsing over some of the rubber and wooden stamp designs of Dribbble.Read More
Typography is growing to become an absolutely huge part of design as we know it. Gone are the days of cluttered designs and horrible colours! The majority of designers knows everything about web 2.0, from how different it’s changed over the past 4 years and how it’s made a huge effect on modern fashion.
There are many t-shirt printing companies out there that produce absolutely outstanding quality t-shirt designs and the printing on them is equally as good – and usually with great quotes or tag lines!
Take a look at 25 outstanding typographic t-shirt designs.Read More
Using background textures in web design is a great way to add an extra feeling of depth to your designs. The sites I have collected all feature very subtle background textures that may not be so obvious at first glance but all perfectly compliment each web design. Using subtle textures in your designs is often much better then using ‘in the face’ background images and patterns that only serve to distract the user from your website content, take a look at these subtle background textures and see how you could use them in your next design.Read More
If you want to achieve great results and be productive as much as possible you must find a comfortable and cozy environment to work in. Work takes a lot of time in our lives and we would like to make it enjoyable and interesting. It doesn’t matter if you’re working from home or office your workplace should be inspiring and motivating space where you can let your imagination go wild.Read More
Simplicity is the key to effective and memorable logo design. Creating a logo design you should consider less is more rule and make your logo as simple as possible and creative enough at the same time. Perfect technique to achieve this effect is to use negative space which can help you to achieve brilliant results. Negative space may be most evident when the space around a subject, and not the subject itself, forms an interesting or artistically relevant shape, and such space is occasionally used to artistic effect as the “real” subject of an image.
Negative space logos are becoming the next trend in all kind of industries. For that reason I’ve collected 30 clever logo designs with negative space used. Hopefully you will find this collection entertaining as well as inspiring.Read More