55 examples of creative resume with clean design style.
Haroshi makes his art pieces recycling old used skateboards. His creations are born through styles such as wooden mosaic, dots, and pixels; where each element, either cut out in different shapes or kept in their original form, are connected in different styles, and shaven into the form of the final art piece. View website
Very creative, original and colourful artwork using recycled clothing.
I like this type of illustration and graphic treatments by Carol Rivello.
David Gilliver’s Light Paintings are all created using very long exposures, and are primarily taken at night. Nothing is ever added to, or subtracted from images using Photoshop.
This site is brilliant for generating css3 code for lots of different elements – shadow, curves, font etc. CSS Generator
Charis Tsevis has some interesting artwork on his site.
Really interesting and creative examples of typography use in web and email by UK based Designer Mike Kus
Supakitch and Koralie – Metroplastique. Painting a wall mural, including a video…
Some desktop wallpapers I have done, to expand my creativity and to try out some tutorials.
Some scribbles using my new pogo stylus and adobe ideas app on ipad.
Mokoh design create handmade cards which have a contemporary, Aussie style.
This site has some great business card and other print designs. Love the use of graphic shapes, photos and colours. Something a bit different…
Charlotte Mann is a British artist known for her wall drawings and drawn room installations.
Beautiful brushless portraits by David Walker. View more here >
Some designs inspired by other wallpapers and using some of my own photos.
To get into the easter spirit here is a sample of my easter wallpaper and some rough designs done on my adobe ideas app.
Another nice collection of wallpapers for inspiration from Smashing Magazine…
“The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.”
A couple of links to really interesting typography and lettering sites.
This site has an interesting collection of record centers – useful for inspiration and typography.
I never really understood the difference between using the hyphen, the en dash – and the em dash —. I found this article from list apart which explains it really well. In a nutshell the basic uses are: Hyphen used to join two compound words (re-read) En dash used for a range of things such…
Inspirational March wallpapers from Smashing Magazine…
This site is a good source of interesting information, graphics and wallpapers, interesting topics, tips and links to blogs: www.anidea.com
www.artyulia.com www.neilduerden.co.uk www.stval.fr www.rikcat.com www.goodwivesandwarriors.co.uk www.wacom.com
I find these sites are great for inspiration and new ideas… www.behance.net www.australianinfront.com.au creattica.com www.thefwa.com www.coolhomepages.com www.theinspirationroom.com www.changethethought.com siteinspire.net www.bisazza.it www.vmusic.com.au facultyofdesign.com www.digitalthread.com
These are good sites for tutorials, inspiration, galleries, photoshop and illustrator tips and all things related to graphic design. Also links to their current magazines… www.commarts.com www.computerarts.co.uk www.desktopmag.com.au www.digitalartsonline.co.uk
Sue Tilley does some amazing advertisements, posters, stamps and packaging artwork using just fruit and vegetables. The results are fantastic. Based in Melbourne, Australia, her client list, world class experience and qualifications are all extensive – working with the country’s premier photographers and advertising agencies to produce innovative, memorable and stunning campaigns in every media…
Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the titanic…