The best design articles from 2013
- December 23rd, 2013
This is our annual tradition continued. We round-up the year by having a look back at some of our personal favourite design blog posts, which we have published on Creative Nerds through out 2013. Its been a great 2013, and we have bigger and better plans to pump out even great content through out 2014.
A powerful collection of some jaw dropping graffiti designs. There’s a lot of people who really dislike gratifti and look it more as crime rather than art. This is defiantly a popular misconception, and is certain one of the finest forms art. This post is a great compilation of 40 of the best graffiti designs from all around the world, each graffiti design pays a great attention to detail, which makes them unique and great designs.
A sweet social media icon set with a subtle glossy fade effect. The icon set individual size is 64px by 64px. The perfect size for web design projects or even interface design. The icon set includes 12 of the most popular social media website from Twitter to Facebook. The icon set is free and can be used in commercial design projects as and how you wish to do so.
This post is a great collection tutorials, which will educate you on how to use Photoshop and illustrator to create unique t-shirt designs. It’s fairly easy to create good designs to use on t-shirts these tutorials will show you several techniques, which will turn you into a master when it comes to creating t-shirt designs.
A burger, the king of fast foods! Who doesn’t like burgers? Everyone does! For those designers that are hungry a new tutorial, how to draw a burger in Adobe Illustrator.
This blog post is a compilation of the very best free fonts, which where created within 2013 this is the perfect design resource for any webdesign or print designer. A must bookmark asset for any font addict.
About two years ago we created rising smoke brush, for Creative Nerds readers. This was a personal favourite of mine, which i still heavily use to this day. I thought it would only be wright to finally released vol 2 of the rising some brush set. The brush set is free to use, and can be used in commercial design projects ,as well as for personal use.
Freepik, love freebies and helping designers and developers with the best graphic resources, and here you have an example. Today they have kindly shared with Creative Nerds this amazing 400 arrows icons set just for free. The pack contains the ai files so you can customize the icons, adapting them to your designs.
This post is a flash back to 80’s looking at ever so popular design trend then neon style movie poster designs. We have decided to showcase in this article our personal favorite designs inspired this design trend, which first started in the 90’s. Please your thoughts, and feedback in the comments section below.
This is a must download free design resource. This is certainly a great set of design assets to add to your design inventory. The free design resource includes well 100 home icons in png and in a scalable vector file format. This icon set can to be used in commercial amd non commercial design projects. Download the icons, and please fell free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Dexter is probably one of those cartoon characters that don’t need an introduction, but anyway, for those who never heard about him, Dexter is boy genius that has a giant secret laboratory filled with his great inventions. In this simple tutorial I will show you how to draw this character inside Adobe Illustrator.
Our annual tradition on Creative Nerds is to showcase the best Photoshop tutorials from the current year. We have scoured the web , in order to roundup the top 80 best photoshop tutorials created this year. The post has a variety of various tutorials from text effects to photo manipulations. The post is a great resource for building and developing your design skills, perfect if you’re beginner or a veteran designer.
This is a collection of truly powerful real life photos, which each tell their own unique story. I love looking at photographs and trying to put together the back story behind that photo what the person was thinking when the photo was taken? What where their emotions?. A great collection of powerful photos, for which each are worth a thousand words to describe the photo.