Ed McGuinness joins Comicraft’s Masters of Comic Book Art with a font inspired by his gamma ray saturated handwriting.
When illustrator Eric Smith was diagnosed with cancer, he chose to turn his illness into a gift and started the Live Now Project, a website that collects inspiring, illustrated quotations drawn by designers and illustrators from around the world.
Even the best designers could run out of ideas sometimes. The good news is, color scheme generators exist to help even the most uninspired choose wisely. youthedesigner.com has listed 20 online tools to help you out.
Here’s something I found that I just HAD to share with you. It’s a great film from Team Cerf.
This post by Scott Miller gave me a chuckle. It was interesting to see a corporate sales reference played out with the cast of the Jetsons duking it out for corporate control. Check it out.
Seems like WordPress is the most used content management tool! WordPress is used by over 13% of the world’s 1,000,000 biggest websites.
MyFonts has posted a great interview of one of my favorite typographer/designers Chank Diesel.
At Fonts In Use they catalog and examine real-world typography wherever it appears — branding, advertising, signage, packaging, publications, in print and online — with an emphasis on the typefaces used.
I always enjoy talking about my graphic novel from the 80′s. If you want get a little info on the back-story, or just wanna listen to me read from my book, stop by the Library on Miami Dade College’s North Campus.
When RockMelt launched its new browser in private beta last November, it was greeted with an avalanche of press. RockMelt is a new social browser built around Facebook, realtime feeds, and faster search. The fact that Netscape founder Marc Andreessen is a major backer probably had something to do with the intense interest also. Reviews [...]