Graphic designers face greater client demands and keeping up with graphic software on the daily basis. Being great and ahead of the curve requires discipline, skills, technical ability to learn new software quickly and efficiently and lots of patience and determination. The infograph based on You the Designer survey results showcases the skills and services designers offer and what they prefer to do in order to stay competitive.
Floyd’s Pub has been Sharp Pencil Studio’s client for two years now and the relationship has been fruitful. During these past couple of years we’ve created a website and a mobile child, social networking profiles that drew attention of the customers’ and brought new and returning business, and, of course, we collaborated on many design projects. Below we are presenting recent posters Floyd’s has been sporting inside and out of their bar for miscellaneous parties and events bar throws for its loyal clientele on a continuous basis.
The iPad has been lacking image editing software since it’s birth. Up until recently it hasn’t had Photoshop. There was an attempt to fake it with Photoshop Express but quite honestly it felt like I’ve been tasking virgin Bloody Mary instead of the real deal. Photoshop Touch, which was available to Android users, finally hit the app market for iOS geeks.
Photo booths are pretty cool. They bring back great memories and magical moments of instant gratification. Maybe you were at the festival, maybe in the club or an arcade, maybe with friends or maybe with a lover. Regardless of where you were, you remember how much fun you had after closing that little curtain and going bananas with your facial expressions.
Street art has always been my passion. Typically, the term refers to traditional graffiti, stencil art, sticker art, wheatpasting and street posters, art intervention, guerrilla art, flash mobbing and street installations. This form of art is raw, honest and captivating. Here is a little selection of street art works for your inspiration which I hope you’ll enjoy as much as I did.