Posts from February, 2014

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All The Vintage Design Resources You Could Wish For!

As a follower of my blog I’m guessing you share my passion for vintage style design, so I’m sure this resources bundle will blow your mind! There’s a number of talented design shops that sell some amazing retro & vintage resources, now imagine the top sellers from all those retailers combined into one huge 6GB vintage design bundle. That’s exactly what Design Cuts have managed to pull off as their latest deal. 900+ premium quality items in one vast bundle, squeezed down in price by 93% to just $29.

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30 Beautiful Hand Lettering Typography Illustrations

Once style of typography that really inspires me is hand lettering that is manipulated to form a complete illustration. These hand crafted pieces of art blend typographic content with illustrated elements to reinforce a message. Being hand drawn means they’re full of character with plenty of irregularities and text that is squashed and stretched into place. This showcase features 30 beatiful examples of these inspiring hand lettering typography illustrations from various talented artists.

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Just Grabbed Myself These Awesome New Fonts!

Designers can never have enough fonts! If you’ve ever splashed out on premium fonts before you’ll know just how much better in quality they tend to be than the run of the mill freebies you find on the web. No ugly paths when you look up close and no horrendous kerning issues! The trouble is these pro grade fonts are usually so high in price it’s difficult to acquire a decent collection. However, there’s currently a bundle of beautiful professional fonts on offer for 94% off at Design Cuts. Take this opportunity to grab yourself some complete font-families for just $24.

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How To Create a Grainy B&W High Fashion Photo Effect

In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to play around with various image adjustments to recreate the emotive style of high fashion black and white photography. Typically these photographs feature many of the characteristics of old school 35mm film, such as heavy film grain and low contrast. Follow this step by step guide to quickly transform your own photos into artistic black and white pieces of art.