Since the hipster style and culture has become more and more popular, we’ve started to see design work for barber shops become increasingly common! In today’s design showcase I present 55 great examples of Graphic Design projects based on this particular industry. Some of the designs are from live client projects, while others are personal works, but they all feature a mix of logo designs, business cards and product packaging that form a unique brand. Many of them are perfect embodiments of the retro/vintage theme, but others take on a much more distinctive style.
Access All Areas members have a great looking poster design template to download this week, courtesy of Design Something. The Ink & Typography template combines an abstract ink graphic with modern typography to create a stunning design that helps you quickly and easily create exhibition posters, greetings cards and more. The Smart PSD is fully editable to allow you to customise the typography.
When presenting your work design work through a computer screen, you just don’t get the full tactile experience as you do when holding a physical product in your hand. Mockup Templates help bridge the gap by simulating how your designs would look in the real world, which helps put your work in context. This new Gigantic Mockups bundle contains templates for almost any item, including books, posters, t-shirts and prints, but also contains extensive scene generators, which allow you to build a whole environment around your designs to present it in the most effective way. With 99% off the total $3,793 value, it’s a truly incredible offer at just $29!
In today’s tutorial we’re going to play around in Adobe Photoshop and have fun creating a faceless man with a window to his soooouuuul! We’ll use some simple photo manipulation techniques to digitally cut away the face and tidy up the edges, then we’ll place a vibrant cosmic space image inside the head and finish it all off with some refinements, lighting effects and a complementary quote to produce a surreal piece of artwork.
This week Access All Areas members have a brand new premium icon set to download, courtesy of 1001FreeDownloads. This exclusive collection E-Commerce icons isn’t available anywhere else! It contains 37 graphics in a variety of formats, including vector AI, EPS & SVG, along with transparent PNGs. Use them to highlight call to actions within your web designs, or use them as design assets for infographics and projects with a monetary theme.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’m going to take you through the entire process of designing a business card, from the initial print file setup through to receiving the freshly printed business card product. Using this live project for Treck Dog Walking as an example, I’ll show you what to look out for when creating your designs and explain how your digital design is converted into a physical CMYK print.