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The best of 2013 for designers

In 2013, we covered a ton of new apps, resources, and more for designers and developers. In fact, we covered hundreds of resources! So rather than you having to go back through our archive of posts, we’ve gathered up the best of what was new over the past year in one place! We’re not including…

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René Magritte, il sabotatore tranquillo.

Nella vita tutto è mistero. Cit. Magritte     René François Ghislain Magritte  (Lessines, 21 novembre 1898 – Bruxelles, 15 agosto 1967)   I suoi contemporanei lo soprannominarono “saboteur tranquille”, per la sua capacità di instillare dubbi sul reale. Rappresentandolo. Magritte non avvicina il reale per interpretarlo, né per ritrarlo. Magritte avvicina il reale per…

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5 Steps to Being More Creative [INFOGRAPHIC]

5 Steps to Being More Creative [INFOGRAPHIC]

Having trouble coming up with new ideas? Feel out of touch with your creative self? Don’t worry – the creative process is not out of your reach. By following these five steps you can learn new ways of thinking and add some unstructured structure to the way you create new ideas. 1. Gather the Raw Materials Step…

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Candy Apple: A New Vector Graphic Design App for Mac

128bit Technologies has announced the release of Candy Apple for Mac OS X, a tasty vector based graphic design and illustration app available exclusively on the Mac App Store for a limited time discount of 50% off. Candy Apple is a fun way to easily design creative artwork and illustrations, and quickly enhance photos and add…

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3D Printed Letterpress Machines

3D letterpress a portata di mano     Ever dreamt of a pastamatic spitting out beautiful letterpress cards? We did! Mixing vintage letterpress wood types with super brain concentrate, a 3D printer, 3 levers and some lush uncoated cotton paper here is for you: Stampomatica. Avete mai immaginato un pastamatic che spara biglietti da visita in…

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A Brief History of Video Game Title Design

A Brief History of Video Game Title Design

from Art of the Title   A brief history of video game title design, created to accommodate our “Talking Titles: How The Language of Cinema Changed Video Games” presentation by Editor Will Perkins and Managing Editor Lola Landekic at gamercamp.ca. — Editor: Ian Albinson (artofthetitle.com) Website: artofthetitle.com Twitter: twitter.com/ArtoftheTitle Facebook: facebook.com/ArtoftheTitle Music: Anamanaguchi “Endless Fantasy” ++++++++++ Full video game…

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Design Theory: 5 Basic Principles of Typography

This post by ANDRA, appeared first on pixel77.   The word ‘typography’ has its origins in Greek the words ‘typos’ (form) and ‘graphe’ (writing). It’s the art and technique that consists of arranging type with the purpose of making language more visible. What does a typographer do? He makes sure the text is easy to read. It may sound easy,…

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25 Illustrator Tutorials For Creating Animal Illustrations

This post By TimothyBlake, appeared first on creativenerds. A collection of the webs best illustrator tutorials for creating animal illustrations all in one place. A great collection of beginners to advanced tutorials for mastering craft in creating animal illustration using one of the cream of the crop illustration tools. I hope you enjoy this post and we would…

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The Evolution of the Geek [infographic]

This post by by LENA LONG, appeared first on dailyinfographic.   First off, there are not enough infographics out there about Dungeons and Dragons, will someone send me one if they find a good one please? Second, screw this infographic. It started off really well with where the term “geek” came from, good deal! Then continues over to…

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