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My Personal Brand – Or, “What Not to Do”

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I haven’t shared much of my personal work here on this blog, so I thought I’d start off by tracking the development of my own personal brand. My professional image has finally reached a point where I’m happy with it, but it certainly didn’t start out that way. Don’t consider this post a walkthrough of my design process so much as a field guide for other designers and students who aren’t sure what direction to take themselves in. Read the rest of this entry »

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Christophe Szpajdel – Lord of the Logos

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I have a secret passion that’s not shared by many of my graphic design brethren: heavy metal. I mean HEAVY metal. So when I first came across Lord of the Logos, a book published in 2010 that contains hundreds of death and black metal logos, I thought “awesome, I definitely want that”, especially since I’d heard several of the bands. But then I noticed something else – All of these logos had been designed by one man. Read the rest of this entry »

Made With Mischief

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Image taken from madewithmischief.com

“Mischief” is a new digital painting software, and it comes to you from Sarah Frisken, Ron Perry, and 61 Solutions. You might be asking yourself what’s so special about this new program, since there’s already a plethora of other products that have been used by digital artists for a couple of decades now. Read the rest of this entry »