Even if they are sometimes difficult to please, having an art director to show your work to can be a great way to grow as an artist.
After taking Pantone's color test, it's difficult to tell which one of these two is more difficult…!
Sometimes, a brand chooses a very simple logotype and coincidences can be more frequent, but what about more complex logotypes like Starbucks'?
Logomaker, the logo creator website, has published a useful guide so that you can see what these big logo changes were about!
Terence Eudarte has embarked on a 100-day project, in which he is illustrating portraits of people only asking for a deep secret in exchange.
The ingredient that has made this color possible is the same that has been used in black ice cream (which became a trend earlier this month): activated charcoal.
There's plenty of fish in the sea, and this also applies to clients: you shouldn't hold on to a project that is making you extremely unhappy.
His photographs taken during the 4-day trip to Disneyland turned out really beautiful, but somewhat melancholic and even lonely, at times.
"Gijinka" is a Japanese term used in the artist community to indicate when someone draws the human form of an animal, object or imaginary being!
Her art gives off a sense of peace and stillness, but you can see how alive these stones become after going under her magic skills.
Color chips are used to explain that if a language has a limited number of words for colors, the most elemental are always the same ones, in the same order.
Olly Gibbs, a graphic designer, has gone to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and taken a few photos of the paintings to give them a smile filter.