Posts Tagged ‘creative’

Travel advertisement artwork

// July 17th, 2011 // No Comments » // 01. My Designs

Thực hiện cái này với 2 designs trong 1 đêm, thức đến 4h sáng, kết quả K.H hoàn toàn happy (tôi thích công việc này vì tính chất khắc nghiệt của nó là như thế) :)


// July 9th, 2011 // No Comments » // 05. Messages

Tôi nhớ khi tôi bắt đầu biết đến nick Uotmi là trong khoảng thời gian tôi tham gia diễn đàn zideanArt, lúc đó tôi vẫn chỉ mới là 1 đứa mới bước đầu làm quen với cộng đồng những người yêu mỹ thuật, thiết kế đồ họa… Tôi còn nhớ 2 nick đầu tiên khiến tôi quan tâm nhất đó là Rongvang và Uotmi, tuy chưa bao giờ gặp mặt ở ngoài đời nhưng thông qua những tác phẩm của họ đã nhen nhúm cho tôi một niềm đam mê sáng tạo bắt nguồn từ những ý tưởng của bản thân mình.

Chị – tôi không rõ Uotmi lớn hơn hay nhỏ hơn hoặc có thể bằng tuổi với tôi cũng nên, nhưng nhìn vào những sự sáng tạo của Uotmi trong suốt quãng thời gian từ khi tôi biết Uotmi đến bây giờ thì những thành quả đó đáng để tôi ngưỡng mộ, khâm phục và gọi Uotmi bằng “Chị”.

70 Wonderful 3D Typography That Truely Inspires

// April 29th, 2011 // No Comments » // Creative Ideas & Tutorials

Imagine an artwork without type – you can only make assumptions what the graphics are trying to deliver. Type enhance and ensure you get whatever message the campaign is delivering. Typography design on the other hand, is what many designers are striving to improve and excel. Getting to the next level in typography design, at most of the time, may be tricky and challenging. Font, colors, style, keywords and placements are all the crucial factors to form a great typography design.

 70 Wonderful 3D Typography That Truely Inspires

But how do you spot a good typography design? We feel that any artwork that catches your attention and delivers the message across quickly is a good design. (more…)

100 Extraordinary Examples of Paper Art

// April 28th, 2011 // No Comments » // 09. Miscellaneous, Creative Ideas & Tutorials

Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago.

From complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design that is hardly talked about.

These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers.

Some of the artists featured here use simple materials, such as A4 printing papeel, while others resort to unexpected materials, such as actual books, as their prime materials.

In this article, we’ll take a look at 13 remarkable artists and showcase their truly amazing pieces of paper art.

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22 Beautiful Example of Brochure Designs

// April 28th, 2011 // No Comments » // 09. Miscellaneous, Creative Ideas & Tutorials

A Brochure is a small booklet or pamphlet, mostly containing promotional material or product information.

Here  is a showcase of  22 Beautiful Brochure Designs for another list of inspiration.In this post you will see some example of a good brochure designs.

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Neon Colors: In the home?

// February 23rd, 2011 // No Comments » // Creative Ideas & Tutorials, Home Designing

The blaze of crimson light from the tube told its own story and was a sight to dwell upon and never forget. – William Ramsay

Stimulating and energetic or dizzying and overwhelming? Would you use neon colors in your home?

Though we refer to more than one color as “neon”, technically speaking neon is only the bright reddish-orange color produced with the gas neon. All other colours are generated with the other noble gases or by many colours of fluorescent lighting.


Hộp quà từ tạp chí

// September 7th, 2009 // No Comments » // Creative Ideas & Tutorials

Chuẩn bị vật liệu:
– Tạp chí
– 2 que xiên tre nhỏ
– Hồ
– Thước kẻ
– Bút chì
– Kéo, dao
– 1 cái hộp nhỏ có nắp (more…)

Thiệp đôi

// September 1st, 2009 // No Comments » // Creative Ideas & Tutorials

Cung cấp thêm ý tưởng:

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Versace Atelier Fall 2008 – 2009

// June 23rd, 2009 // No Comments » // Creative Ideas & Tutorials, Fashion

Sự sáng tạo là vô biên. Khả năng con người là vô hạn :)

Chiêm ngưỡng và trầm trồ thôi!

Versace Atelier Fall 2009

atelier versace summer 2009 5 by spintosguru.


Cool business card designs

// November 7th, 2007 // 2 Comments » // 12. Photography Skills, Creative Ideas & Tutorials

You want a new business card, don’t you? Of course. This is the most important element of your visual identity. It’s the first thing people see when they meet you.

Here is a collection of cool business cards to inspire you. Most of them are from the Business Cards flickr pool, some of them from Ads of the World.

Update: I added 6 new great card ideas. Check the very end of the post.

Make your partner work for your contact details. Let them scratch.

Let them find your easier. Make a mini map.

Decorate your card with a bit of fluff.

Cute fold out. Brings back old childhood memories.

Make it look like the product you’re selling.

Ooops. It’s an impression from my notes.

Add a bit of class and expense. Have gilded edges.

Add teeth impressions if you’re a dentist. Thumb prints for a detective. You get the drift.

Spoof a famous logo.

Use shiny metal surface.

Write fun copy.

Pay extra for stylish embossing.

Use metallic ink and a metallic hole.

Teeth floss? Gross!

Combine different papers.

Stay minimal and positive.

Use a thread.

Make an 3D plastic card.

Come up with a fun die-cut.

Dog tag theme.

Cat tail theme.

Use office scrap.

Use fun typography.

Blind date theme.

Simply square with no ink.

Funky shape.

Interchangeable insert in a generic cover.

Free one way ticket to the moon.

Demonstrate your skill.

Forensic evidence?

Metal card. Doubles as a cake cutter.

Is this scratch and sniff or just generous use of white space.

Try the retro look.

Elegantly long and thin. Reminds me of a card I designed for a perfume shop that looked like a scent tester.

Transparent thin.

Transparent thick.

Camera obscura. In case the Nikon breaks it comes handy to get the job done.

Folded and playful.

Expandable rubber to test your strength. One more time. And, one more. One last time. Good job. Now, what was the number again?

Reuse old cards for a second hand shop.

Get rid of the evidence you ever met the headhunter.

A clear message from a debt recovery agent. If you don’t pay I’ll break your bones. Here’s the x-ray of my last client broken finger as proof.

Business card for an acupuncturist with small holes to demonstrate what will happen to your skin.

Perforated cards demonstrate what a separation lawyers does.

If you don’t want to separate you can consider marriage counseling with a help of scotch tape.

There is nothing better then a little freebie. In this case a few seeds demonstrating how lush can make your place greener.

A balloon visiting card for a chest physician that is only legible when inflated demonstrates how important it is to have healthy lungs.

Pieces of broken pottery are used to hold the name and phone number for a greek restaurant.

A set of semi-transparent layers allows you to mix and match clothes on the illustrated girl. (Click the image for a larger size.)

Finally, allow me not to explain the meaning of this card for the Toronto hemp company. The target will know exactly what it means.

Source from Creativebits