More free fonts added to the ImJustCreative free and opensource font library. This time a double helping from Pablo Caro, with two interesting styles to choose from. One being a rounded geometric font and the other a very cool, paint brushed effect slab serif. Read on and download for free and use.
Time for something different to giveaway. No Helvetica Moleskines, or Type Trumps, instead, this most essential resource book for type fiends everywhere. Yes, you too can have a copy of the ‘Typographic Desk Reference’ book sitting on your bed stand, as you lovingly caress it’s textured hard surface, and you marvel at the sheer majesty of this epic publication.
FriendFeed. I was there almost at the beginning, but as with most other new social media platforms, interest sort of faded. For some reason, I never fully embraced it. Numerous times I flocked back to give it another crack, determined to not feel left out of all the fuss, hype and publicity. Here is a self-submitted list for your pleasure.
This is just a snapshot of a logo design I have finished for a project called, Zulu Safari. The Snapshot’s main purpose is to provide brief and to the point information on that design. It will be linked to the images currently existing in my portfolio.
When you are needing a good shot of logo and identity inspiration in your veins, don’t get caught up with the seemingly endless variety of logo and design inspiration galleries. So much focus is placed on these sites, that we seem to assume these are the only places to get current inspiration. This is far from the truth. Reading Case Studies is the way to go. Don’t believe me? Read on.
IlliadSans Font made by Fábio Duart Martins – www.loligovulgaris.com. IlliadSans Font is far from complete, but does have a full compliment of lowercase characters in all 3 weights: Extra Light, Book and Black. Available as a Beta font for download here on ImJustCreative.
Here we have a new typographic based poster design, free for download, based on one of my favourite quotes. “The probability of somebody watching you is proportional to the stupidity of your actions.” Have been fond of this quote for years, and have used it numerous time in my personal blogs.
This is a rather special self submitted list. Are you stupid? Are you a stupid failure? Are you a stupid and utter embarrasment to colleagues and friends? Are you in fact so stupid, that you have perfected the art of cloak and dagger, you are in fact a closet secret failure. On the outside apparently cool, calm and collected, with nothing but a string of good fortune behind them, but secretly hide a shame that’s just too awful to contemplate?
Zag regular and bold are free custom sans fonts which are applicable for any type of graphic and logo design – web, print, motion graphics etc and perfect for t-shirts and other items. These are OpenType format. There are 7 styles in the family, two of which are free to download. The remaining 5 can be purchased from MyFonts.
Due to some pretty serious Mac issues over the last few days, I have lost all emails relating to some blog posts that I have been doing on a regular basis. This means that if you have previously sent me an email for any of my logo posts in the last few weeks, I no longer have these to hand.
Sure a lot of you have already heard this fist thumping rock track, titled ‘Make the logo bigger, make the logo bigggger’ performed by Burn Back. I for one have only just stumbled on this beast. Talk about Glam Design.
This is one of a few ideas for a brand new identity. It’s focus right now is on the main logo, but the project will expand into other areas, including marketing, advertising, interior and exterior decoration. Creating the right identity for her is crucial at this point to distinguish herself above regular mens barbershops. The client is opening a new male hairdressers, or barbershop, here in the UK.
Blackout font is a new release, as it popped into my inbox this morning, so grab it whilst it is still fresh and start playing with it. If you have not visited The League of Movable Type yet, then I would take a minute or two to check it out and sign up to their RSS feed. It’s a class site, and they are encouraging people to design and make available class fonts for the Open Source community.
MonoExpression is a fun photography based creative side project that I set up last year. It’s goal: to collect as many black & white portraits of creative souls. For no other reason than, because I can, I love photography and I especially love black & white portraits. Here are ten portraits I picked to show you what is going on over there.
This is the eighth part in a series showcasing a collection of logos and brand marks, self submitted by a bunch of freelance designers and creative folk in many creative areas. These designers use the logos to sell, promote, brand and market their various skills.
Found this on Twitter yesterday, so if it was you who Tweeted it, just leave a comment below and I will add a credit to you in the text here, because this is just too hilarious or disturbing. A classic example of a innocent, good meaning logo turning bad due to sexual connotations.