Collection of 3,000 original logos, collected and selected by the renowned LogoLounge.com website, this collection provides an endless resource of ideas and inspiration for graphic designers. Organized thematically with the broader focus of Shapes and Symbols, the collection features logos that cover all categories of logo design, including typographic, illustrative, pattern-driven, and photographic.
Après le succès de la série d'ouvrages consacrés au design des logos, cette compilation regroupe les meilleures réalisations dans plusieurs domaines commerciaux : loisirs, associations, commerces, agences créatives, etc.
When a fashion designer creates a collection, their focus is on the personal profile of the individual who will wear their garments. This book explores the creative mind of top fashion designers and asks the question, who would their "It" boy or "It" girl be and what would they wear? In 1 Brief, 50 Designers, 50 Solutions in Fashion Design, fifty designers create their own stylistic definition of what is "it" in fashion. They bring us through their creative process and share with us the final results.
Take an inside look into the creative world of masters of the science fiction and fantasy art genre. Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy Art reveals the strategies, techniques, influences and inspiration of today's established and up-and-coming artists, including Brom, Jim Burns, Ken Wong, Greg Spalenka, Galan Pang, Marta Dahlig, James Gurney, and many others. It celebrates the inspiring and far-reaching work of these visionary practitioners, who have created images for published works, television, movies, gaming, museums, theme parks, and beyond.
You can't judge a book by its cover, or so the saying goes. We beg to differ.
Each of us is exposed to several thousand messages a day. To be successful, covers not only have to stand out amongst all the clutter, but they also need to make an instant connection with viewers. Designing covers isn't an easy task. It's a minefield of requirements, constraints, and subjective opinions, oftentimes resulting in what we like to call the «design-by-committee pit of despair.» Make the logo bigger. The CEO's daughter doesn't like orange; change it. The sales team begins art directing. Welcome to the land of mediocrity. We've all been there, and it requires ninja-like skills to traverse and emerge in one piece. Despite the challenges, some covers clearly rise to the top. You can't help but pick up the magazine, open the brochure, or buy the book. They draw you in through their cleverness, simplicity, or boldness. These are the covers contained herein.
Of the more than 2,000 covers received, the authors had the dubious task of selecting about 350 to be featured in The Best of Cover Design. The chosen covers were selected based on their initial visual impact and effectiveness in conveying the message within. It is an inspiration feast for the eyes.
Les processus de création du packaging depuis le choix de la forme, de la couleur et des matériaux jusqu'aux considérations marketing. Ce livre présente aussi les nouvelles créations au travers de multiples exemples
This is the first volume of the Design Elements series each focusing on a core element of the designer's toolbox. Created with the design student in mind, the series offers a comprehensive reference for understanding and effective application of the core building blocks for designers. Volumes will break down the rules and elements related to each specific subject and outline how and when to apply effective usage and when it's OK to break the rules.
Both text book and design reference, this is a library which every designer needs. It promises a solid understanding and usage rules for the core elements of design and providing application-oriented inspiration as a crucial teaching tool.
Creative ideas are elevated by experience and expertise. This book sets forth a challenge to fashion designers-continue to expand your horizons, exercise your skills and experiment with strategies. The idea behind collecting and cataloging the essential principles of fashion design, is to build a framework for artful examination that the designer can revisit regularly for inspiration and instruction.
Fashion Design Essentials is divided into five easy to reference categories:
I. THOUGHT - This section presents intellectual exercises that are intended to serve as catalysts for channeling creativity.
II. INVENTORY - This section helps define and re-think the uses of tools and raw materials for fashion design.
III. TECHNIQUE - This section identifies a varied assortment of fundamental techniques for executing a fashion designer's idea.
IV. ARTISTRY - This section is designed to conjure and cultivate the artistic instincts of a fashion designer.
V. NAVIGATION - This section provides the fashion designer diverse strategies for negotiating a path to success.