Finding the right way to tell your brand’s story can be a difficult task to do so unless you know the right way of pairing words and imagery together.
With last weekend's big Super Bowl event featuring the San Francisco 49ers & the Kansas City Chiefs now behind us—spoiler alert: the Chiefs won!
One of my favorite Illustrators that I've been following and been inspired by over the last couple of years is the spectacular Diana Stoyanova.
This interview is an excerpt from an episode of the Design Break Podcast, where I sat down and interviewed my friend Tom Froese, a fantastic illustrator and designer.
Color is one of those tricky things, its not something that you just jump into and find the correct solution in one go.
Since that first time hearing them speak at Creative South, I've heard them speak many times and I have to say that if they're speaking or holding a workshop near you go see these two amazing creatives! (:
I've been following Yu Nagaba's work for a while now but I honestly didn't know a whole lot about him until I started digging around and found this video interview he did on YouTube. When you look at his illustrations and take note of the style, its so very simplistic, elegant and filled with personality—something that I myself try to encompass in my own doodles as well.
Today we're going to discuss how to use your inspiration to help improve your skills—drawing, illustration, animation, etc.
There are many people out there, many creatives, who aren't fans of inspiration and instead try and find their way to express creativity.
It's easy for people to say, "you were born with it; you were born with the gift of being creative." My typical response is that it has nothing to do with being born with anything.