Kong Wee Pang: How to push boundaries in your client work

Kong Wee Pang: How to push boundaries in your client work

by Julia Sagar 1 Comment

“I’m always excited about breaking the rules,” states illustrator and art director Kong Wee Pang. “Illustration allows you to create your own world.” The Malaysian-born, Memphis-based creative isn’t joking...

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Bob Ewing: How to Design Your Career

Bob Ewing: How to Design Your Career

by Julia Sagar

Creative giants: Talented Indianapolis-based designer Bob Ewing explains how he went from architect to respected lettering artist, and shares his best advice for how to design your own career.

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Brian French: How to Make Your Clients Come Back for More

Brian French: How to Make Your Clients Come Back for More

by Julia Sagar 1 Comment

French Papers’ sixth-generation salesman Brian French explains how a small, 150-year-old, family run paper mill won over designers and agencies to become America’s go-to for custom paper and envelopes.

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Jeana Hadley: Step away to supercharge your creativity

Jeana Hadley: Step away to supercharge your creativity

by Julia Sagar

Fresh from submitting her stunning illustrations to Zurich Museum of Design's prestigious poster collection, San Francisco-based Jeana Hadley shares top advice for how to make the very best work you can.

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Glenn Jones: How Taking a Risk Led to Global Illustration Success

Glenn Jones: How Taking a Risk Led to Global Illustration Success

by Julia Sagar

Creative giants: The Auckland-based illustrator behind cult T-shirt brand Glennz Tees and print shop Glenn Jones Art talks risk, going solo and how to run a globally successful business from home.

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Mark Searfoss: Why the Most Important Thing is to Start

Mark Searfoss: Why the Most Important Thing is to Start

by Julia Sagar 3 Comments

Creative giants: The senior art director and Farmhand studio founder shares pro tips and advice for getting a new creative venture off the ground – and explains why sleep is overrated.

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5 Ways to Use Photocopy Textures in Your Work

5 Ways to Use Photocopy Textures in Your Work

by Dustin Lee

When we were making the Photocopy Hate Machine texture bundle we experimented with tons of different ways of using them. Here are five of my favorite ways you can use photocopy textures in your graphic design work.

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Lenny Terenzi: Go Big or Go Home

Lenny Terenzi: Go Big or Go Home

by Julia Sagar 8 Comments

Creative giants: screenprinting master Lenny Terenzi explains how he turned his life and career around, and achieved his creative dreams against the odds.

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45 Inspiring Retro Character Design Tutorials

45 Inspiring Retro Character Design Tutorials

by Julia Sagar 3 Comments

Inject your characters with personality and depth with this collection of the best retro and vintage character design tutorials for Photoshop and Illustrator.

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50 Best Retro and Vintage Photoshop Tutorials

50 Best Retro and Vintage Photoshop Tutorials

by Dustin Lee 4 Comments

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, level up your skills with our ultimate collection of the very best retro and vintage tutorials for Photoshop.

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60 Free Retro and Vintage Fonts

60 Free Retro and Vintage Fonts

by Dustin Lee 23 Comments

Quickly find the perfect typeface for your designs with our epic collection of high-quality, free retro and vintage fonts. There’s something for every project...

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Retro Photoshop Brushes: 50 of the Best

Retro Photoshop Brushes: 50 of the Best

by Julia Sagar 1 Comment

It’s easy to find retro Photoshop brushes online. Picking high-quality ones, however, is an entirely different story. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of the best retro and vintage Photoshop brushes for designers and illustrators.

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