Color Psychology: What Do Your Brand Colors Say About You? #infographic

Color Psychology: What Do Your Brand Colors Say About You?

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This pin is similar to the first pin, it has those fine white lines that show the proportion of the bird. I like how it shows the original image and then it transforms into a pixelated bird. Low poly, looks like a fun or frustrating exercise to do.

Good visual arrangement is puts together design objects in ways that attracts attention. Learn how to achieve elegant and attractive content using whitespace and layouts here.

Layout Cheat Sheet for Infographics : Visual arrangement tips

Good visual arrangement is puts together design objects in ways that attracts attention. Learn how to achieve elegant and attractive content using whitespace and layouts here (infographic)

Rolling pin print

carve a rolling pin for a continuous design. For youngers, draw a continuous on papaer roll! (smb: a large, unmounted stamp could also be glued (repositionable spray glue) onto rolling pin.

LATELY OBSESSED: HATS / Cocorrina

LATELY OBSESSED: HATS

beautiful use of shape and colour

Designer: Long Gu This series reminds me of simple asian paintings, that I have seen in books and on cards. Very relaxing to look, in my opinion. Ultimate Graphics Designs is your one stop shop for all your Graphics And Video Solutions!

Stuff like this makes me happy

Clever logos

The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.

designer unknown- I think this is a beautiful design. I love the variation in the light size, it creates a nice flow from the top the bottom of the piece. The biggest light is close to the middle, which draws the viewers attention to the center. The background is also a very dark navy, which complements the yellow.

Everything You Wanted To Know About Fonts

Art Inspiration: Surreal Illustration by Tang Yau Hoo. This one really caught my eye. The use of negative space makes you think is this a city skyline.or just a bunch of hanging light bulbs?

Collaging sillouettes - cut out the image, and then turn it over

Photo Collage Puzzles made from your own photos. Make a Photo Collage Puzzle from your own pictures.

Happiness in those wheels, forever.

Using the tires to create an infinity symbol was a nice touch on this logo. Hence the bike "forever" quote. Simple yet effective logo

CO2 Poster

“One-third of all animal species are at risk of extinction by 2050 unless greenhouse gas emissions are reduced by The Consequences of Emissions. (by Joe Scorsone, Alice Drueding, United.

Coro is an Italian design company. The project is a print campaign. The concept was created to show the functionality and resistance of the products in every season

Save The Arctic by Mauro Gatti

Best Graphic Design of 2014

Save The Arctic Illustration by Mauro Gatti Milan, Italy based illustrator Mauro Gatti created this illustration for the Greenpeace campaign “Save The Arctic”. More of his illustrations can you find.

This Pixelnotes wallpaper, by designer Duncan Wilson, consists of four layers of varying grey tones. Each layer is like a post-it note and every time you split a layer, the individual pixel gets darker.

12 Most Creative Home Wallpapers - wallpaper home, creative wallpapers

This Pixelnotes wallpaper, by designer Duncan Wilson, consists of four layers of varying grey tones. Each layer is like a post-it note and every time you split a layer, the individual pixel gets darker. (Diy Wood Work Home Office)

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