Welcome back to Design Finds, our collection of creative news and interesting things from the past week. This week is all about alternative movie posters, fun new work from Snask, famous brands reimagined as vintage print ads, handlettering on anything and the latest gorgeous work from Chad Michael Studio.
What happens when you illuminate a city with interactive art installations? Cincinnati found out: Everyone comes to see it.
While Reddit may be an extreme example of a redesign and repositioning, there are takeaways for every designer faced with the challenge of satisfying a passionate audience.
From learning how to create patterns to brushing up on Illustrator skills, these graphic design tutorials can help you stay on top of your game in 2018.
This latest edition of the Top 10 Websites for Designers includes a new creative critique platform, a fun color picker for the real world and more.
A single code element kept Florida’s hurricane shelter list from being translated for Floridians who needed it most during Hurricane Irma.
IdeaWork Studios recently did this digital brand development project for Charlie Palmer Steak, a multi-location restaurant headed by the eponymous chef.
Learn how taking advantage of plugins, artificial intelligence and bots can help you be more efficient—and work smarter, not harder.
Whether you use visible or invisible digital watermarks, you need to learn how to protect your work using them, and about the pros and cons of using them.
Here are five considerations for the future of design thinking that will facilitate the interaction between humans and machines.