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Beautiful 16 graphic design blogs and pages
Which are your favourite designer blog and pages? Now there are so many Designblogs that your top listing will certainly be a little different. We' ve put together 16 great designer sites here that always offer their audiences high-quality work. They' re full of great ressources, inventive materials, thought-provoking items or well-constructed designerutorials that let you grow as a designer.
Ad these pages to your feedreader if they are not already there! I' m not sure how many folks know about this blog, but I found it recently and liked what I saw. Are you looking for good inspirations for your package designs? You have come to the right place.
They can even choose to cast a ballot for themes you'd like to be shared. OK, maybe that's a little bit brazen self-portrayal, but at least Outlaw Layout Blog has a great deal to say about graphic work. In addition to free-lance graphic designer ressources, you'll also find a burgeoning library of Photoshoputorials.
A number of printed product related job designs are currently under development and will be published shortly. It' another up-and-coming graphic arts blog that' definitely deserving of a look. It' really just another designer blog presenting both web and graphic designs and some other design-related novelties.
Quite a lot of current summaries of things like iconsets, posters, etc. Another blog of a smaller company. What's great about this graphic arts blog is that you won't find the same old thing here. The blog is more dedicated to the authors' view of graphic art in everyday use.
The beauty of this is that the writer usually emphasizes a shape of graphic in an article and then divides some of his thoughts about it. It' a good reading if you are fed up reading the same old designer blog. What I don't know is what kind of graphic designer doesn't really love looking at advertising.
It' s a kind of porno for design, in my mind. I' m a personal addict to the shit. Ad Goodness Blog presents some of the most imaginative advertisements that need to be designed. The blog's most beautiful characteristic is that they try to attract as many as possible to the work they do.
One more great thing is that you get beautiful large pictures that you can look at instead of smaller ones that are usually found in blog posts. I' m not really sure how you would describe Cameron Moll's blog, but it's one who has to create this one. I' ve been following this blog for some time and recently began to follow it on Twitter.
Cameron' s blog is the blog for his portfolio/business page. However, this does not mean that it is full of self-portrayal and profanity, although there are some. In this blog you will find a multitude of themes and posts about graphic art, story, theories and more.
I' d liken this blog to something like a more private copy of the New York mag. He has written many essays in which he expresses his views on web and graphic work. It would be difficult to find a graphic designer who doesn't know anything about Smashing Magazin, but this would not be a full listing without it.
The site may well have established the Web Rounddup Format standards for the Web Rounddup style posting on all things web and graphic related. Whatever you are looking for in terms of graphic art, you will probably find it in some way in Smashing Magazine. When you are a corporate designer looking for a good corporate identity blog, you have probably noticed that there is a very restricted choice on the subject.
I' m following one of the lesser-known logodesign blog's that is part of a serious name in the Twitter fellowship, I'm just creatively. This blog is his own blog for his company designing logos. Everything from inspirational contributions and shop windows of his own work to logos and typographic items is included. When you are big on type and appreciate an organically minded way of designing your own logos, this is your husband.
The blog of the designer David Airey stands in total contradiction to the above recommendations. I' m saying total contrasts just because of the fact that almost everyone in the signage-community knows who they are. Apart from its widespread use, David's blog is full of useful and interesting articles for graphic and graphic artists.
There are many private papers about type, brands, logo designs and businesses. Well, if so, you probably tripped over the corporate blog. It is not your normal blog of the designer. This blog is almost another area of the enterprise. The blog offers a wealth of really great information for all types of graphic artists.
Whether you're a comic-strip designer or a t-shirt designer, there's a kind of story or intro on this page that will help you improve your abilities and learn all kinds of sophisticated moves you won't find anywhere else. I' m surprised you don't listen to any more of Core 77's stories because there are many long and extensive graphic arts stories here.
Don't make a mistakes, the Core 77 blog is full of tonnes of great articles covering a wide range of subjects that graphic artists will appreciate. It covers a wide range of subjects, from top designer interview to display cases with exceptional designs, packages and much more. There' certainly a lack of graphic art blog entries that illustrate Illustrator in all its splendour.
Fortunately for us there is blog Spoon Graphics. I think this blog is one of the best places to find Illustrator-related Tutorials (apart from our own Vectortuts+ page, of course). Whilst there are a ton of large vector-related Tutorials on this blog, the most interesting ones I find are those where blog owners share their designing practice with Chris.
He has a series of briefings in which he communicates his designing processes from conception to completing a number of his own individual and funded work. This is a great place to find a lot of graphic art related information, inspirations and useful graphics related sites in one place.
Graphic designers blog streaming many trendsetting related designs. Writer definitely has a look and feel that he loves and that divides all the fun things he finds on the web. Many designer gadgets, heads, bright colours and well...perverse designer gadgets. This is a fun blog to explore new things around graphic art.
As one of those designer who refuse to buy a typeface or top dollars for a still, you've probably never really researched the Veer website. And one of these ressources is the blog of their website. This blog deals with a multitude of graphic themes.
One of my favourite posts that they make are those that present imaginative poster and advertising campaign. The thing I like about these pictures is that they often tell the background behind the designs, which always makes for interesting reading. A number of fashionable graphic arts blog posts seem to span a wide range of subjects.
There is no exceptional case for the designer blog Anamorphose. Whilst the blog itself is easy to create, the contents that adorns its contributions are great. The thing I'm really interested in this blog is that they actually post stories about what's going on, things that inspire them, etc. While other graphic arts blogging sites just divide a photo they like, or give you a link to other sites.
It would be much more cool if this blog were to be more refreshed, as the contents on it are really very instructive. You will find many inventive and imaginative job creation guides on the subject of printing designs. This is not your fundamental creation of a flyer-type tutorial, but more experiential and pedagogical ones that will help you become a better designer by showing you how to think outside the box. What's more, you'll learn how to make the most of your flyer-type experience.
Here there are many designer theoretical essays that are more creatively composed and not like dull textbook text.