Tag: graphic design

Icons: The Best of

If they keep making music long enough, every music icon will eventually release a “Greatest Hits” or “Best of” album. These albums cover some of their best songs. In a similar vein, this week’s post is a bite-sized recap of some of the best icon-related posts (get it?) that may have slipped by you since […]

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Fugue is a free icon set created by Yusuke Kamiyamane–free for personal and commercial projects. Let’s look at Fugue and how you can quickly add icons from the set to your site via the Fugue CSS Sprite Framework. Fugue – A Huge Icon Set This icon set currently has over 2000 16×16 pixel icons (in […]

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Creative packaging can make the difference between whether a product gets noticed or is just passed by. Just think of the variety of product materials used in the designs at TheDieLine.com. If you’re looking for something really unique to print your designs on, consider natural wood veneer. Real Green Packaging Northern Sheer Veneer (based in […]

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Previously, we showcased 5 great online graphics apps that could do in a pinch if you don’t have Photoshop handy. Somehow, Sumo Paint missed the list. Sumo Paint is a great online graphics editor. I’ve been using it since version 1 and it just keeps getting better. Sumo Paint is now in version 2 with […]

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There are a lot of different effects you can achieve with your camera. Depth of field is just one of them that I can’t seem to get enough of. Here are 20 amazing examples of photos from DeviantART that make good use of depth of field.

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