S’porean Designer’s S$7 Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop Key Chains Super Popular Worldwide


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It is created by Yu Xin, a 25-year-old full-time computer graphics game artist. The origins of it?

The key chains are designed by a former Nanyang Polytechnic/ Digipen graduate, after she was subjected to making major revisions for one design project she was working on that lasted almost a year. Continue reading »

Designer Reaches Out To Potential Employers With Adobe-Inspired Chocolate Bars

Based in Brooklyn, graphic designer April Hansen came up with a way to end an interview on a sweet note—she has created chocolate bars that are designed to look like the icons of Adobe’s core design programs. Continue reading »

Adobe Has Just Launched A Clothing Line With The Worst Stock Photos

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Adobe team has just launched a line of clothing featuring some of the worst stock images ever, and the weird part is that they actually look pretty cool (on slender and attractive models at least). The range is called Adobe Stock Apparel, and Adobe came up with the creative idea to promote their new royalty-free image service called Adobe Stock. Head over to the Adobe website to peruse the full range. They’re not for sale though, which is a shame, because if there’s one thing missing from my wardrobe it’s a t-shirt with a picture of a laughing woman eating a healthy vegetable salad on it. Continue reading »

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for the new Adobe international campaign “Adobe &”. This campaigh highlights the power of their tools used by their potential clients of different fields, like developers, designers, typographers, film makers and any kind of creative profile. Continue reading »