DesignKins

This is my vision
a Clothing line based on
imaginative characters that will
inspire creativity and imagination.
I call them Kins.

To Experience art and feelings
all around simply by wearing a tshirt.
I want my Tees to be exciting like christmas
morning, I want people to feel like they have
something special every-time they wear a
Design Kins Tee or hoodie.

Many stories can be told through illustrated
characters, very subtlety, from the days moods
to outlooks on life. Which is where my Kins
come from. This is what I hope for my
clothing to accomplish.
www.designkins.bigcartel.com

Mater Stool

This handsome stool by Mater is handcrafted in dark stained FSC approved North American White Oak in a small carpentry shop in the Jaipur province of India that participates in the sustainable business program SUSBIZ India. The seat is covered in black Italian leather and the High Stool is available in both counter height and bar height.

Illustrations by Steve Scott

Interview with Photographer Konstantinos Vasilakis

One of the best things of blogging is the opportunity of meeting great artist and, like this time, really talking to them. Konstantinos Vasilakis is a great landscape photographer that uses light in an incredible way. His photos are just like dreams because they have a very surreal look.




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13 Interactive Business Cards

Wicked Cool Illustrations by Ben Templesmith




Ben Templesmith is an Australian graphic artist and writer most widely known for his work in the comic book industry. His most notable works have been 30 Days of Night (which spawned a major motion picture) and Fell. These are some of his artwork paintings and illustrations, in some of these he used a combination of pencil, ink, watercolor, and digital techniques.

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Detective by Kristin Kursiss


A sick video : Detective by Kristin Kursiss for Latvian designers Mareunrol – More Info and video here

Puma Africa


Puma is Celebrating over a Decade in Africa. Take a peek into Puma’s upcoming Africa -inspired product range. via CreativeRoots

Design a Brilliant Product Advertisement

Advertising is one of the primary markets for graphic designers. Companies around the world rely on the talented and creative minds of designers to create visually impactful and memorable product advertisements. Advertising differs from other forms of design, as you often have to incorporate a product, a logo, a company image and other details to meet the client needs. Therefore, being able to manipulate results to match the color scheme, subject matter and target market are essential skills for any designer.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn the steps and techniques involved in creating a brilliant product advertisement. You’ll start with a stock image of an Adidas shoe, extract it from the background, then combine it with various photostocks to create a liquifying product advertisement. You’ll learn how to build around a given product, and how to integrate branding into the design work. Let’s get started!

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Illustrations by Susanita

Mads Perch Photography

Restaurant by Sebastian Mariscal Architecture

Calvin Ho

Calvin Ho (Atomic Attack)

Via: Look in art

Lighting Effects Pack | 50 Free Stock Images and Brushes




This free graphic design pack is filled with 50 different types of glowing light streaks made exclusively by Media Militia. Available in two different formats, Photoshop Brushes and JPEG images. The images have full color intact as well as larger dimensions making them more versatile. The great thing about the brushes is they have a transparent background. Personal and commercial use is welcomed and encouraged!

Download Link: Lighting Effects Images & Photoshop Brushes

15 Photorealistic Paintings That Pop!



What is it about photorealistic paintings that we just can’t get enough of? Maybe it’s the way it tricks us into believing that it’s actually a photo until we find out it’s not. Or maybe it’s the way we come to appreciate the simple beauty of everyday objects. Whatever the case, here’s a set of photorealistic paintings that will blow you away with their beautiful pops of color. Notice the exquisite detail. See more at My Modern Metropolis.