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Do you want to take a short pause from your work to get a breath of renewed inspired and a new meaning of perspectives? That' s why we will now be putting together some of the best blogging for a wealth of educated and smart inspirations for graphics work. You will be introduced to Mirador by Say What Studio, a graphics designer pair headquartered in Paris.
ForumFiftyFive, Made by Folk was created in 2007 by a group of artists, programmers, illustrators and creators who want to gather and distribute the best designs they've come across. Today an internationally renowned shop window for creativity, it is a must for any fashionist who wants to keep up with the latest fashions or simply be influenced by great work.
The Abduzeedo is a collection of single authors who exchange essays on architectural art, styling, photography and UX. Established in 2006 by Fabio Sasso, a brasilian based artist, it is particularly focused on working in 3-D, which is not much noticed in most studios. Established in 1986, until 2011 it was the UK's premier designmagazine and then went live exclusively on-line.
Furthermore it brings you high qualitiy, well spelled messages and inspirations in the areas of grafics, brands, interior decoration, digitals, products, and more. Create, published by Adobe, is Adobe's creative and creative journal, available on line and as a portable application. Please check them out for inspirations and Tutorials on topics such as photography, illustrations, graphic art (yes, please!), web art, Motion Prints, audio/video, and more.
Creative Review was established in 1980 and is the world's premier online marketing journal for commercial, graphic arts and cultural media. The Dieline has everything under control for all the fans of outdoor package designs. It has recently had a website update and is packed with market inspirations and satisfactorily large images.
Gabby Lord takes you to OMGLord, a blog and a week-long email message (which is really inspiring) about everything that makes her say "OMG Lord". Towards innovation, creative thinking and processes. The Eye Magazine, the global graphics arts journal, is a monthly printed journal about graphics art and cultural imagery. It and its associated blog offer a series of critically well-founded articles on contemporary art and contemporary art.
Digitally Arts is a UK on-line journal for professionals focusing on technology, best practice and useful resource. The Shillington campus provides an cutting-edge educational environment combining shorter, intense classes with hands-on, industry-oriented study. There is also an own blog with a number of inspirational designs and interesting posts.
Underconsideration is a graphics company that creates its own designs, initiative and contents while taking on a small number of customer tasks. New Blog is known for chronicles and reviews of working with company and brands identities. Another great blog from Under Consideration, Arts of the Menu, catalogs the unprecedented creativeness of menu creations from around the globe.
Paris artist Martin Joubert's idea, pm, offers fans of creative printdesign a fresh source of inspirations on a day-to-day basis, mainly on the basis of artistically appealing volumes and journals. Another blog from Under Consideration that' definitely deserving of a note. Ford is celebrating the fact that printing isn't just death by presenting the latest and greatest printing initiatives.
It' s not only the work that is ultralative, but the authors also penetrate deeply into the tares and reveal many beautiful details about the designs and printing manners. New website and publication of a series of books promising to encourage and commemorate the latest designs, budding artists and the creative world.
The BP&O logo is synonymous with branding, package and opinion and provides all these things with a mix of inspirational images and detailed analyses. It is the idea of Richard Baird, a UK based free-lance fashion stylist and author specialising in brands and packagings. It is a collaborative effort created by Jonathan Ring and Bethany Baker, two budding graphics artists with a love of everything to do with the world of fashion.
Designed to present gifted artists around the globe, this blog encourages creative people around the globe to post their work. The Grain Edit collection focuses on classical designs from the fifties to the seventies as well as modern designs inspired by this period. Contains interview, article, designer library, designer yearbooks, ephemera, poster and old children's book.
It is headquartered in California and is headed by Dave Cuzner, Ethan Davis and Grace Danico. It is an independant research and documentation agency under the direction of Sam Berlow, Stephen Coles and Nick Sherman. It aims to improve typographical competence and esteem. The Readdd is a reader guide for stylists, refreshed every day with informational plays on the theme of style, edited by Julian Hutton.
The AilsleOne is an inspiring asset that focuses on aesthetics, type, minimalism as well as the modern. It is the work of Antonio Carusone, MakeSpace Project Manager for Productsign. In 2009 Good Makes Me Happy started as an inspiring magazine for the printmaker Hannah Dollery. Like the name implies, it is a blog full of enthusiasm for its topic, and the meticulously crafted work is always of high fidelity.
Founded by Dana Tomic Hughes, Yellowtrace is an on-line magazine that provides "design insight and a source of resources for imaginative and nosy people. It is the blog you will be visiting again and again. Presented by the awarded winner Tobias van Schneider. The Gurafiku blog is devoted to the story of Japanese graphics art.
Introduced to you by Ryan Hageman, it aims to "overcome the barriers of languages and introduce Japan's graphics art to an internationally acclaimed public. While we' re on the topic of Land of the Rising Sun, you just have to include Made In Japan in your blog listing.
You' ll never tire of discovering the richness of your designs in terms of editing, products and packing. There is even a job exchange for those who want to work in Japan. The Mindsparkle Magazin advertises the "most attractive and inspirational projects" in the areas of graphics and web as well as film. A clear and satisfactory own style makes it a day-to-day source of inspirations, and you can be sure that the founder shares only the best.
The Designcloud share the best arts, designs and innovations from all over the world. Featuring a graphics theme section, your contents are organized in a beautiful raster layout so you can quickly search and store what strikes your eyes. Attractively crafted, industry-leading and one of the best ways to keep pace with graphics everywhere, It's Nice That is still one of our favorite titles.
Recently refreshed, The Fox is Black is a "place for style, arts, lifestyle ans inspiration", kindly endorsed by Bobby Solomon. Excellent typographical works, inspirational tales about the most important letter forms and interviews with font makers from all over the world. Want to just search for exquisite web designs?
It is a source of inspirations that presents "totally rocky websites" made by designer everywhere. Recognised by the Times as one of the world's leading designblogs, The Designs Files cover Australia in all its shapes - from architectural and interior designs to gardening, foodstuffs, arts and crafts. And, of course, the graphics as well.
This is another beautiful blog by David Airey, this year with a focus on logos from all over the globe. The Inspiration Grid is an on-line publication that celebrates talented artists from all over the globe and offers every day arts, illustrations, typography, photographs and... of course graphics designs. There is a clear, attractive look and everything is easily found.
Bennett is a curator of inspirational graphics designer assignments around the globe. Milton Glaser is a recent example of this. The journal also contains informative one-on-one with some of the world's top designers . AIGA, also known as The Professional Association for Sportesign, has a beautiful blog named Eye on Sport which is full of inspirational work.
Easy, visually and full of inspirational graphics designed, the Baubau Haus is a blog with few words. Woman of Grafic Designs is celebrating and promoting womens graphics work. The focus is on poster and draft editorials by Tori Hinn and Kathleen Sleboda together with a collaborative group. Ambalaj was created in 2008 by Kristina de Verdier, a Swede based stylist, and is primarily a blog for package designers, but also shares the latest innovative designs.
8 Faces Magazine's offical blog, this blog offers inspiring type ography, nice captions, review, interview with top design professionals and more. The Swissmiss is the work of Tina Roth Eisenberg, a New York-based young artist who also established and managed CreativeMornings, as well as New York-based company brands and brands such as Tatly, CreativeMornings and TeuxDeux. It' s full of optical inspirations, some of which can be quite unusual, but never insipid.
Wrap is primarily a half-yearly printed publication committed to creating modern illustrations. There is also an award-winning blog on Tumblr, where it publishes colorful and curious works by artists and artists from all over the world. Featuring its own section devoted to graphics development, Taxi is well known for keeping up to date with the latest trade releases, latest developments and the latest information.
The Lovely Package cures the best in package styling. Organized into practical classifications such as alcohols, textbooks and electronic, it has been an important designer asset since its introduction in 2008. This is a nice blog and printed journal that focuses on creative work, with a section dedicated to printed music.