Creative industries

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How do we see ourselves? How do others see us? How do we think other people see us? These are questions I have been contemplating my whole life.This project evolved from one I did in photography class back in 1986. We had to take two self portraits. One…

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kenzie dawn
Design Visual, Graphisches Design, Book Design, Print Design, Image Design, Fonts Design, Design Studio, Editorial Design, Editorial Layout

Papercut illustrations recreate compositions made of different layers of paper which means depth and specific textures are must-have elements. What I always loved about papercut illustration is the bold, striking, expressive and very graphical visual language. So in this post I`ve gathered 25 striking illustrations that achieve the whimsical look of actual papercut art.

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Steve Amir Vojdani
Barcelona-based graphic designer and creative director Paula Rodríguez has created a two-part speculative design project, based in a dystopian near-future, that invites users to reflect on the potential consequences of undervaluing design work. Taking place in the year 2027, the first part of the project proposes that – due to the immediate need for visibility – there is an excess of unpaid work and collaboration proposals in the creative industries. As a consequence of this, the ‘Instagram Wall Speculative Design, Instagram Wall, Project Proposal, Typographic Poster, Corporate Branding, Creative Industries, Proposals, Consequences, Dystopian

Barcelona-based graphic designer and creative director Paula Rodríguez has created a two-part speculative design project, based in a dystopian near-future, that invites users to reflect on the potential consequences of undervaluing design work. Taking place in the year 2027, the first part of the project proposes that – due to the immediate need for visibility – there is an excess of unpaid work and collaboration proposals in the creative industries. As a consequence of this, the ‘Instagram…

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Studio Chong