2016 for graphic design has been heavily focused on the term modern retro – basically anything from the 1970s to the 1990s. You’ll notice that even interior design is going down the route of 1970s inspired Scandinavian living and the same is true for how graphic design has been approached this year. One of the biggest influences of the modern retro vibe is geometric and isometric shapes. They are everywhere. Geometric shapes are popular tutorials to teach beginners how to use Illustrator, they create a clean and simplistic look to your designs, but they also give off this indie......
As designers we’re always encouraging our clients that less is more. Less text, less words and less rambling will make what you’re selling all the more appealing. We can’t...Continue Reading
Hopefully by now you’re aware of the show Stranger Things. If not, where have you been hiding for the past few weeks?! In case you missed the memo, Stranger...Continue Reading
When the Olympics comes around once every four years everyone around the world is even more glued to their television screens for the duration of two weeks. It’s the...Continue Reading
We hope the District23 that is unveiled today will resonate with you or your loved ones as we take this journey together seeking to change the way people think...Continue Reading
It’s safe to say that recent events have shaken people, making us confused, angry and feeling every emotion under the sun. Without getting too political or opinionated I will...Continue Reading
The summer of sport officially kicks off today with the beginning of the UEFA European Championship. Then it’ll be time for Wimbledon and the much anticipated Olympics! With any...Continue Reading
In October I sought out to investigate whether print was dead in the digital age with an emphasis on editorial design. In doing so I looked at newspaper and...Continue Reading