Company Folders, Inc. has announced the launch their brand new Folder Design Gallery, which showcases unique presentation folder designs for inspiration and discussion. This new resource provides graphic artists with an easy way to bring increased exposure to their work, while also giving potential design clients a chance to seek out designers with a style that matches their goals and vision. Additionally, the gallery allows browsers to vote, comment, rate, and submit folder designs.
Presently offering hundreds of folder designs, the gallery allows users to sort by industry, design style, and imprint method. Artists who submit a design will also be automatically entered into a contest, where they can win a discount from Company Folders as well as special recognition on their blog.
This mind blowing yacht takes all of the most luxurious, modern design elements and puts them right on the water with you. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
Murat Suyur is a 29-year-old photographer / digital artist living and working in Istanbul, Turkey. He has an unmistakable pictorial idiom based on his playful sense of humour and an unlimited power of imagination. Nevertheless, his compositions remain simple and clear. The multiple levels of interpretation in Murat’s work point to Surrealist art as the creative source of his inspiration.
Graphic Designer, Dan Freebairn, is giving away 4 Dribble invites. All you have to do is send him a link to your portfolio via twitter or Instagram, it’s as easy as that! Dan is announcing the chosen ones at 1:30pm (UK Time) on Tuesday 5th May so don’t wait around! Links to Dan’s social networks can be found below.
Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti presents what you may call an international manifesto of grandmothers’ love: since all grandmas worldwide first need to make sure you’re well fed, Gabriele saw this as something worth capturing and turning into an adorable photo series.
Have a look at some tutorials which will unveil to you the wonderful capabilities of the Adobe Illustrator that can be explored to make your designs more amazing than ever before.
Watch: The Camera that Changed the World
The summer of 1960 was a critical moment in the history of film, when the fly-on-the-wall documentary was born. The Camera that Changed the World tells the story of the filmmakers and ingenious engineers who led this revolution by building the first hand-held cameras that followed real life as it happened.