Street art is quite possibly the most important artistic development in the last 100 years. It has effectively made art something anyone can experience and, indeed, go out of their way not to experience it, bringing it out on the streets. Street art has its roots in graffiti, which was closely connected to hip-hop culture, starting in the 1960′s and becoming truly popular at the same time as hip-hop, in the 1980′s.
LinkedIn is the largest business-orientated social networking service in the world, with 277 million users, more than 178 million monthly unique visitors and headquarters in the U.S., U.K. and Ireland. If Facebook has changed the way we socialize (and interact with all forms of media, but let’s keep things simple), than LinkedIn has changed the way we look for jobs, and the way jobs look at us.
Having a wide variety of vintage elements at your disposal can be a real saver in times of need. This kind of elements is extremely popular nowadays, when vintage or retro designs can be found pretty much anywhere. And that’s for a good reason – they look magnificent and will never go out of style. But there’s a huge difference between high-quality designs and bad designs: the first ones can be used in a lot of different projects, and will look great even many years from now!
I bet there were at least a couple of moments this year when you wished you had a mock-up to show your client and present that design you’ve been thinking of. Showing someone how a specific product will look would ease your work and save you loads of time. But making a mock-up from scratch isn’t easy. That’s why Inky Deals came up with MockupZilla 2 – a brand-new Super Premium Mock-Ups collection that you will definitely love!
When our sister website, InkyDeals, told you that they want to come up with the biggest bundles and discounts ever, they weren’t kidding. And this new Colossal Bundle will prove it once again. This entire bundle comes with an extended royalty license, meaning you can use the resources in an unlimited number of personal and commercial purposes, and even merchandise for sales, such as: t-shirts, hoodies, mugs etc!
Steampunk is a huge cultural phenomenon, spanning books, movies and art. People love the look and “feel” of it, so much that it has sparked numerous conventions around the world. It’s easy to see why this is. The retro futuristic aesthetic is elegant and, to some extent, more easy to understand than regular science fiction premises, seeing as rather primitive technology is used to achieve great feats of engineering marvel, such as flight, time travel and deep sea exploration.
Making a product is just one phase in the process of making money. Depending on who you ask, it is either the hardest or the easiest part. You spend days, weeks, months, or even years designing or putting together a website template, a collection of stock photos, a web application security tool, a typography set, t-shirt logo or design, and the next step is selling your product, and that’s shops come in. In ye olde days, shops were family businesses and they sold what the owners were making.
For the last few weeks, we’ve started posting articles under a topic called Deal of the Week. This new-found habit came from the desire to also bring you top quality resources for your work, at amazing prices. And since there was so much hype on the subject, we thought it would be a good idea to also launch a Freebie of the Week.
Adobe Photoshop is, simply put, the most popular photo editing software around. Virtually everyone uses (or has used) Adobe Photoshop to edit images, either for work, artistic or recreational purposes. The reason why Photoshop is so popular is the fact that it has such a huge number of features that can be used to manipulate images. It’s so versatile, that you can use several images to create an entirely new one. But no one said it was easy.
It can be argued that the true artist can make art with whatever tools he has at hand. Singer and songwriter Tom Waits once said that “some songs come out of the ground just like a potato. Others you have to make from things you found, like your mothers’ pool cue, your dads’ army buddies, your sisters’ wristwatch… that type of thing. You’d be surprised what you can find if you’re, you know, resourceful.”