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  • Top 10 FREE font sites

    By Oana on March 23, 2009
    I’ve mentioned in a previous blog entry that typography is considered an art itself, and that is not far from truth, taking into consideration the importance it has in everyone’s daily life, even if we realize it or not. Because… fonts are everywhere we go… and many times what we read might exert the influence not only through the message, […]
  • The good, the bad and the thrill of contest sites. Part 3

    By Oana on March 12, 2009
    This is the third, long delayed, and final installment of my series of articles talking about the ups and downs of contest sites.In my first article I highlighted the way in which artists/designers can make the most out of contest sites, even if they don’t get the big prize, my second one was all about the way in which voting […]
  • Everybody loves HeavyPrints…

    By Oana on February 27, 2009
    …Because he is such a nice guy that you can’t help it. Nick Steimling, aka HeavyPrints is right now a freelance illustrator/apparel designer, website coder, very talented writer, passionate snapshooter, better father, loved husband, very friendly person, huge guy you don’t want to upset, etc. Catch my drift? The man does it all with passion and he gets good at […]
  • The good, the bad and the thrill of contest sites…part 2

    By Oana on February 19, 2009
    As some of you might remember, in my last article i started talking about my feelings regarding design contests – i talked about why you, as a designer, need to enter contests, what are the advantages and disadvantages of participating and how getting into one might improve your stats as a professional. As I announced, the first point i want […]
  • Mixed feelings – the good, the bad and the thrill of contest sites

    By Oana on February 16, 2009
    First of all, let me say that I am not in any way trying to bash a certain design contest site, or to praise some other. This post will be about the things I like when entering the contest and about the ones that bother me – and others. Let’s start posi: As an artist/designer, you SHOULD enter contests with […]

    By Oana on February 10, 2009
    People nowadays are attracted more and more to non-standard t-shirts, with designs that draw attention and make them stand out of the crowd. We know that the number of designers is continuously growing, and, for them, there is a place for competition, a place where they can get the chance to print their design and probably see it on the […]
  • How to change colors palette from CMYK to Pantone in Corel Draw

    By Barkone on February 8, 2009
    Since we’ve received  lots of requests regarding our t-shirt designs and how could they  be easily color separated for screen printing and printed, we will start with a small video tutorial we did for Corel Draw users (of course we will also make one for Adobe Illustrator). I did this tutorial because one of our clients did not manage to […]
  • 3 NEW Tattoo vector sets! Ink’em on ya’T!

    By Oana on January 30, 2009
    Wow, I wanted a tattoo so badly when I was a kid. I even started drawing some weird stuff on me until my parents saw me walking outside like this and grounded me. And I still love the art of tattoo, but, unfortunately I get bored very easily, and I don’t think I could bear to live my entire life […]
  • Most popular 5 t-shirt design elements

    By Oana on January 19, 2009
    Everyone has a “favorite t-shirt”. And that is because the design on it makes it meaningful to the one who wears it.  Wearing a t-shirt that means nothing is not cool. Most popular 5 t-shirt design elements ! We tried to figure out which are the most popular 5 t-shirt design elements, and we tried to explain a little what […]