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27 Inspiring Letterpress Posters
Graphics / 12 May 2009

27 Inspiring Letterpress Posters

There has been a rather sudden revival of letterpress artwork in the past few years. No matter how much technology advances or how fast our laser printers get, one can’t help but admire the texture and beauty of this medium.

This week, we want to show you some brilliant letterpress posters. Some of these are printed using handmade wooden reliefs, some using metal type, some even using photopolymer plates (the preferred medium for letterpress plates these days). Whichever medium is employed – all of them are most certainly breathtaking!

Best of 2008 – Graphic Design Tutorials
Articles / 16 Dec 2008

Best of 2008 – Graphic Design Tutorials

As we arrive at the last month of yet another year, it’s time we revise and reflect on all the goodies this year had to offer. At the same time  it’s great to practice the tips and lessons learnt for the years to come!  We have brought together a series of what we feel are some of the best tutorials of 2008 from around the web.

We’re starting off with the most useful graphic design tutorials of the past year. In no particular order, read on to see 33 that have stood out in particular.

Creating Fading Site Dividers
Graphics / 8 Dec 2008

Creating Fading Site Dividers

You might have seen these fading dividers/separators on various sites, which seem to fade both horizontally and vertically. Here is an example of what I mean:

They provide a great way to split content up, doing so in a subtle and non-intrusive manner. I would like to share a simple way to create these fading dividers using Photoshop.

RSS Feed Icons
Articles / 15 May 2008

RSS Feed Icons

Cool RSS Feed IconsThe RSS feed icon has become somewhat iconic in web design, and is arguably one of the most recognized symbols. This great article has a huge collection of RSS feed icons – from a photorealistic style as shown here, to small buttons to hand-drawn sketches.

Creating an iPhone Website Icon
Articles / 17 Jan 2008

Creating an iPhone Website Icon

With the latest software update to the iPhone, it is now possible to add ‘WebClips’ to your home screen. This is essentially a quick bookmark to a website, complete with an icon. By default, the iPhone will take a tiny screenshot of the site to use as an icon – with a little work however, you can customize the icon used to make it look just as you’d like.

Cross Browser Transparency
Articles / 18 Jul 2007

Cross Browser Transparency

There are many complicated methods to create transparency effects across the various browsers available (Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer), but it can be simple to achieve this effect using a few CSS tricks. Albeit with a couple of limitations.