Politics is a very important aspect of our day-to-day lives, even though we are not equally involved in it. But it’s a fact that we all are. Even those who claim not be interested at all in it. They’re just lying to themselves, don’t worry. And to the ones who disagree with what I’m saying, I dare you to start a discussion about politics while hanging out with people, whenever, wherever you want. And then let me know how that went.
I know some of you will probably wonder what the hell am I doing writing a post about spring when winter is clearly not done with us yet. Well, to be honest, I don’t exactly know why I’m doing this either. But I do know one thing: that I’m constantly craving for that beautiful spring weather, the blossom trees, the butterflies and warm rays of sunshine. I also like to think that what I do might somehow convince spring to arrive earlier.
I decided to share with you today one of my oldest obsessions: Japanese culture. Ever since I was this little I was fascinated by all those tales of dragons, Geishas and ninjas, they were a big part of my childhood and my love for them is far from gone even up to this day.
And since everything we are influences our work, I will show you now 10 amazing Japanese design resources that are just waiting for that graphic designer who would make the best out of them.
Knowledge is power, we’ve all heard this before. But when knowledge meets technology and talent, amazing things happen. And to prove my point here, I’ve put together for you guys today an amazing collection of 10 Infographic examples that what will most surely blow you away.
I’ve hand picked 10 awesome vector illustrations with some of the most popular movie characters of all time: Superman, Frankenstein, Edward Scissorhands and Sherlock Holmes, to name a few. I’m sure you’re going to enjoy seeing them again and hopefully they will also fit as unconventional, yet awesome design resources in your current projects.
I’ve prepared a showcase of free vector skulls for you guys today. Most of them share a scary, grungy look, but I’ve managed to also sneak in a more varied free vector pack and a sugar skull, which would be perfect for one of your design projects related to Mexican culture, religion and the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos). Also, you can always use them as a starting point and even central element of T-shirt designs, posters, wallpapers and much more.
For all designers and design enthusiasts out there who are looking for some badass inspiration, I’ve got exactly what you need! I’ve put together for you today a showcase of awesome Japanese themed vector illustrations with ninjas and samurais, that I hope will inspire you. Also, I’m going to share with you a couple of amazing vector packs that will surely prove to be useful design resources.
Advertisements are one of the greatest sources of design inspiration out there. So many mediums from the audio-visual field come together to form a complete package, which manages to create an impact on viewers. Today we’re going to focus on the visual with some amazing illustrations and a bit of photo manipulation, created for one of the most widespread companies in the world: Coca-Cola.
What better way to start the day than by taking a look at a mesmerizing showcase of (literally) out of this world wallpapers? Magical landscapes with beautiful castles, fairies and unicorns – they’re all part of the amazing collection of design resources I’ve prepared for you guys today!
I dreamt last night that I was living in a world with all my favorite Disney characters from when I was a child. Mickey Mouse was there with Minnie and Goofy, the little mermaid Ariel with Flounder and Sebastian, Winnie the Pooh with all his friends… I just had to share it with you guys somehow. And what better way to do that than through a showcase of free vectors with all my cartoon friends?
Today’s post is dedicated to the most complex aspect of our lives, the thing that can lift us to the sky or make us feel lower than the deepest ocean: human emotions. And because inspiration flows mostly from the things surrounding us, I’ve put together a showcase of vector illustrations depicting the most common feelings and states. Anger, fear, love, thoughtfulness, concern, sadness, contentment – if you felt it, we’ve posted an illustration depicting it.
I thought we would pay a tribute to Mother Earth today through some meaningful vector illustrations: from animals telling the sad tale of how pollution affects their lives and an abstract image of cities’ contamination to vector shopping tags, maps, backgrounds, stickers and icons – we’ve got what it takes to paint today’s environmental picture.