5 Tried and True Design Devices for Logo Designers

Thanks to Bill Gardner and LogoLounge and judges Aaron Draplin (Draplin Design Co.), Von Glitschka (Glitschka Studios) Su Mathews Hale (Lippincott), Andreas Karl  (Karl Design) Chad Michael (Chad Michael Studio), Emily Oberman (Pentagram), Yo Santosa (Ferroconcrete) Felix Sockwell, Alex Tass, and Alex Trochut for all their insights and opinions into the logo design trends and insights […]

Should You Design Your Own Logo?

DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31You’re a designer, so everything you design—not just what’s in your portfolio—is an example of your work.When your prospects and clients go to your website or online portfolio to look at your work,they will certainly assume that you’re the creative behind your logo design.So how could you not design your own logo?All of […]

10 Essential Poster Design Tips

Laying deep inside the creative brain, poster making ideas are sometimes hard to unhatch. Former Target creative director and poster maker extraordinaire, Allan Peters, tells us his top 10 tips for ideation and creation.My name is Allan Peters. I went to art college because I wanted to draw every day for living. I didn’t want to […]

5 Vintage Design Styles Every Designer Should Know

Learn about the 5 must-know vintage design styles so you can reinvent them for contemporary projects. Discover Bauhaus, MCM, and more. The post 5 Vintage Design Styles Every Designer Should Know appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog. ]]> View the original article here

Using the Creativity in Naive Art for Your Design Style

Explore how “Naive Art” bypasses the foundations of design, or simply disregards them, and find your inspiration in a lack of formal skill. The post Using the Creativity in Naive Art for Your Design Style appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog. ]]> View the original article here

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