This week’s favourite web findings includes a couple of brilliant Illustrator tutorials, a roundup of interesting online interviews and a bunch of logo design inspiration.

Colorburned

Colorburned

Colorburned hosts this excellent Illustrator tutorial on how to create a vector character mascot.

Instant Shift

InstantShift

Instant Shift presents a cool roundup of various interviews with popular web designers, web developers and website founders. A great way to discover useful insights and new tips.

Build Internet

Build Internet

You’ve seen the fonts, now you get to learn their names! Build Internet has compiled this collection of the fonts used in the logos of famous websites.

SpyreStudios

Spyre Studios

SpyreStudios displays some fantastic design inspiration with a collection of 40 sexy and creative typographic logo designs.

Vector Diary

Vector Diary

Vector Diary recently published this handy Illustrator tutorial on how to draw a vector kiwi. A great resource for picking up new techniques.

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  1. Nice list as always Chris :)

    Well be interesting to read the interviews on instantShift and get some other points of view… I’ve come across this site myself a few times in searches, it’s very good.

    And can’t wait to get my teeth into the typographic logos… delicious =D

    Great viewing for a Friday, thank you!

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  2. I’m always checking out ColorBurned and InstantShift. They ALWAYS have great information to share, just like over here =]

    Going to take a look at the other three. Thank you for the post!

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  3. I’m always checking out ColorBurned and InstantShift. They ALWAYS have great information to share, just like over here =]

    Going to take a look at the other three. Thank you for the post!

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  4. These are definitely great finds! Typographic logos achieve amazing results if you get them just right. I love them. They are clean, sharp and usually very clever. Thanks for the post.

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