Bulgarian based industrial designer Yuliyan Mikov’s releases images of his latest piece, the Roots Chair. Referencing tree roots to develop a sculptural chair, (we can’t imagine this being too comfortable), the Roots Chair is a beautiful standalone piece.
21 year old aspiring comic artist/illustrator, Mikkel Sommer, creates this piece that conjures up memories of fat Crayola crayons and Sesame Street coloring books..except he’s added a dark twist.
Read more about it at My Modern Metropolis.
DHNN (Design Has No Name) received this mega assignment to develop the corporate id and brand manual Fox International Channels. From the slogan “We enterain people” they began to work on the idea of entertainment and movement steering away from the TV screen standards but rather trying to transmit entertainment and motion in static spaces. This was achieved by layering juxtapositions and cuts to comunicate the dynamism of the images captured in full motion as shown in these two exceptional posters.
Some of the pieces range from basic design id cards, to the design of cds, dvds beta cassettes, t-shirts, stands, infographics, etc.
Advertisements and posters are one of the primary markets for graphic designers. Posters must be eyecatching, professional, and convey an important message about a product, service or event, all while maintaining the viewier’s interest.
Today, we have a roundup of 47 tutorials for creating professional posters and ads. Whether you’re a beginner in the field of graphic design, or you’ve been doing it for years, there is a tutorial in this list for you.
Special thanks goes to all the talented designers out there who take the time to write a tutorial and share their wisdom with the rest of us!