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Balance - Woman in blue dress

Balance is one of the important points the success of a design. Everyone loves the convenience (not lame) to what they see. Balance in graphic design can be achieved by adjusting the visual weight of each element, both in terms of scale, colour, contrast, etc.Read More →

Logo for Doctor Who

Doctor Who is a British science-fiction television programme produced by the BBC since 1963. The programme depicts the adventures of a Time Lord called “the Doctor”, an extraterrestrial being from the planet Gallifrey.Read More →

Illustration Teardowns: Bay Area Illustrators

As a resident of the Bay Area, I’m excited to present to you some of the area’s finest illustrators… Rob Levin for Mavenlink—Centralized single source of truth design system This will be another post with very little commentary from yours truly.Read More →


Balance is the weight distributed on the page by the placement of elements.Read More →

Graphic design principles: Definition and basics you need for good design

What are the graphic design principles? Let’s start from the graphic design definition. Graphic design means the planning of imagery and even lettering or fonts, in order to create a visual image that draws attention. Read More →

Professional photographer and film director Platon Yurich makes surrealistic photographs. He uses models and unearths unique places to give his shots a mysterious and dreamlike genre. His work is to discover on Instagram.Read More →

Explore the Golden ThĂłrsmörk, Iceland with Marina Weishaupt AoiroStudio Mar 02, 2018 We are exploring the Southern part of Iceland today with photographer Marina Weishaupt. She is from Germany and truly a passionate about nature, animals, and environment.Read More →

Design Trend: Vignettes

Design Trend: Vignettes If you’ve ever taken an art class, it’s likely you’ve drawn or painted a still life. We’ve noticed designers and illustrators returning to this staple in visual representation, but giving them a new voice.Read More →

solitude, “the harvest of the quiet eye”

IN THE YEAR 1845 Henry Thoreau went to live on a small farm at Walden Pond near Concord Mass.  Having written nothing of significance, he was still unknown outside the circle of his Concord friends.  Intuitively Thoreau recognised he must find solitude to discover himself.Read More →

Isol on Experimental Picture Books, Visual Literacy and The Infinitely Yielding Picture

From where does visual literacy first spring? Picture books. A child splayed comfortably on a parent’s lap, is exquisitely attuned to “reading” every element of design: typography, line, shape, colour. Heard aloud, the spare text of a picture book hangs over the scene, casting it in amber.Read More →