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Get to know Powerhouse Factories: a midwest branding agency with deep roots in gig poster design. Find out how they moved from bands to building brands—and their secret to staying grounded and consistently creative.
Creativity keeps Blik constantly innovating. With a booming business of wall decals and surface skins, Blik’s co-creators know a little something about design inspiration.
Create stock photography with your smartphone. Put your smartphone photos to work for you with the mobile microstock photography app 123RF on-the-go.
A home restored to its mid-century charm houses this Brazilian design firm. Greco Design decided to use what was already available to get inspiration in re-designing their new location.
Mattson Creative developed vibrant illustrated animation sequences for CBS prime time TV shows like “Two and a Half Men,” “CSI,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “60 Minutes” and “Survivor.”
An old basement space without windows was revamped into the ultimate design education experience. Old shipping doors were turned into enormous windows to bring in the light and offer a view of Savannah’s port.
Heat, a San Francisco agency, makes its workplace feel more like a home. Instead of taking the corporate, cubicle route, they decided to give the room a little inspiration of their own.
George Nelson was a celebrated mid-twentieth century multidisciplinary designer who created iconic designs still celebrated today in a range of media from architecture to exhibitions and film to furniture. His versatility was inspired by his belief that “good design is …
In 2004, designer Jennifer Hill embarked on a project to create a series of modern travel posters. What set this project apart was that all of the places featured were places she’d never actually visited. Since then, the project, known …