Heres a logo/flag I designed for the Indianapolis Bike Polo Club. I combined the Indianapolis flag with white polo mallets and an orange/red polo ball.
If you are looking for a fun way to spend some time playing a game that combines an Atari Classic with google Image search, type “Atari breakout” in Google image search!
The images in the window become the “bricks” in the game. To win, break them all!
This is the first in a a series of pictures I drew for my sister to put up in her kitchen. I used Illustrator and had a lot of fun coming up with foodie phrases, and designing the happy characters to go along with them.
There comes a time when you go to launch Photoshop and realize that your trial period expired the day before. Instant dread. Well, today is a fabulous day, as Adobe has reset the clock for free trials on all of its Creative Cloud apps. Source: Free Trials Were Just Reset on All the Adobe Apps […]Continue reading →
At it’s heart Blendoku is a puzzle game. Solve the colors and learn real color skills. Also, it’s free to download! Source: blendoku My girlfriend turned me on to this color gradient tile game. It’s fun, mildly addicting and it is a good way to test your color gradient arranging ability. I recommend it, download […]Continue reading →
Next Saturday, June 13 is the second annual PBS kids in the park. Kids in the park is a free family event that allows kids and their families to meet some of their favorite PBS characters. Clifford the big red dog will be there, Zoe from Sesame Street, Curious George and many more who I am […]Continue reading →
A game to help you master the pen tool As most designers know, the pen tool is one of the most difficult tools to master in Photoshop and Illustrator. The Bézier Game is an online tool to to help you master the anchors, curves and nodes of the pen tool. Developed by Mark Makay for Method of […]Continue reading →
Explore fonts within a website, try and download them ! Fontface Ninja is a browser extension/bookmarklet that can show you the name of each typeface used in any website. From Paris-based studio Creaktif, Fontface Ninja shows the font name, line spacing and point size for any non image based text. Source: Fontface NinjaContinue reading →