Since late 2007, the US economy has been in trouble. According to the Dollar Redesign Project, “the ‘only’ realistic way for a swift economic recovery is through a thorough, in-depth, rebranding scheme – starting with the redesign of the iconic US Dollar”.
Continue reading: US bank note redesign
We have an election in Melbourne in 2 weeks time, and I don’t believe I’ve seen any advertising for one candidate or the other. If a candidate were to take a leaf from the M&M’s book of advertising, I think they’d have me.
Continue reading: Vote #1 poster designs
Design software comes with a huge array of tools to master now a days. I think it’s fair to say that the pen tool is the signature feature of Adobe Illustrator, and while it’s a great tool, it can be a bit unwieldy until you get the hang of it.
Continue reading: Practice makes perfect – Using the Illustrator pen tool
It’s been a good 20 years since I had my face painted as a child. With art this good, you might just be able to convince me to do it again.
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I’ve seen my share of fields and farms throughout Australia. If only they had illustrations in them like these Japanese rice fields, to keep people entertained along the way.
Continue reading: Farmers get creative with rice field illustrations
Of all the various styles / genres of design, Art Deco is probably my favourite, the shapes used and particularly the muted colours. Bioshock 2 brings this to the world of video games.
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Glenn Jones is an illustrator and graphic designer from Auckland, New Zealand with a hugely diverse portfolio of clever, retro and wacky illustrations.
Continue reading: Illustrations by Glennz
I’m not usually a fan of the whole swirly-vector style of illustration that gets used over and over for everything, but this series by Si Scott definitely stands out from the crowd.
Continue reading: Amazing illustrations by Si Scott