Artist of the Week: When Fairy Tales Become Reality by Margarita Kareva

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Margarita Kareva is an incredibly talented photographer from Russia, Yekaterinburg. She specializes in taking surreal photos that makes you think fairy tales are real, that fables walk among us. Her inspiration is all that is fantasy. From books, movies, comics, short stories, anything that is related to the genre, she takes it, and creates beautiful art. She is the living example of how you can grow as a creative professional doing the thing you love.

Artist of the Week: Body Paintings by Emma Fay

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Emma Fay is one incredibly creative talent. She is known world wide for specializing in make-up and concept artistry. Her surreal art works that combines her artistic, theatrical and business background blend in so perfectly, that you wonder for a bit if the paintings you see in front of you are real.

6 Secrets Designers Won’t Tell

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Trade secrets are really hard to find out. Designers try to keep them as secret as they can, but to no success. Well, they won’t get any help from us. We are here to share tips and tricks so every creative professional’s dream comes to reality. We have rounded up 6 secrets designers won’t tell.

Typefaces Based on Handwriting of the Homeless

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In Barcelona, Spain, a charity has appeared, and it is not your ordinary charity. The Arrels Foundation is trying to help the homeless by marketing their handwriting as fonts, when pitching new projects to brands. The typefaces can be used for personal gain for 19€, or for commercial use for 290€. Each font is named by its creator, and the homelessfonts.org website has a page for each and one of them, telling their story so you can better understand what it is like to actually be a homeless person.

15 Most Creative Package Designs

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The simple truth is: packages sell products. Whether it is wine, boardgames, sandwiches, or books, people look at packages, and are drawn to what is inside them, so designing one is equal parts cool and hard. To give you a bit of design inspiration, and get those creative juices flowing, we have set out to make a list; a list that is comprised of some of the most creative package designs we could find out there.

Top 8 Mind Mapping Tools for Designers

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We all know how frustrating it is to put ideas on a sheet of paper and organizing them efficiently, without making a mess out of it. Well, mind mapping tools help you out greatly. They are great to use if you are planning on creating a logo design, if you are working out how to build an app or everything design related. We have rounded up 8 mind mapping tools to help you out.