Posts from September, 2011

Retro Style Geometric Lines Poster Design Tutorial

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In the recent typography inspiration showcase a design by Jordan Metcalf particularly caught my interest, which reminded me of the design style used in the Mexico 1968 Olympics branding. I decided to combine these inspirations and create my own poster design artwork in a similar style. Follow this step by step tutorial to create a flowing composition of geometric lines based on the retro style of the Mexico 1968 Olympics branding. We’ll use Illustrator’s powerful vector tools to create the pattern, then switch over to Photoshop to weather the design for that awesome retro style appearance.

TicketStub WordPress Theme for Premium Members

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TicketStub is the latest theme available exclusively to Access All Areas members. The design of this theme may look familiar if you’re a reader of Line25, because the whole process of the theme build was described in a three part tutorial series. TicketStub is based on a movie review type blog, but it’s clean and simple enough to be used for any kind of website. Members can log in and download the theme as part of their ongoing membership.

Inspirational Showcase of Amazing Typography Designs

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I’ve seen some insane typography related designs and artwork pieces lately, which spurred me on to create some kind of roundup post to share this inspiration with others. This post pulls together an awesome collection of over 50 inspirational typography designs to help keep your creative fire burning. Follow each link through to the designer’s portfolio or showcase website, where in most cases you can find more inspirational design gems!

Art & Design Inspiration Fix for September 2nd 2011

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The Art & Design Inspiration fix pulls together a collection of my favourite graphical images that I’ve come across over the past week to give you a fix of creative inspiration. This week we have designs from El Grand Chamaco, Graham Erwin, Erik Marinovich, James White and Metric72.