So I’m not sure where this crazy idea came from, but I thought to myself: You know, I listen to music while designing anything, I wonder what everyone else is listening to? So I posed the question to the design community and here were their answers!
SHOTS Magazineâ€™s call for entries is nearing its deadline. For photographers with unpublished work, this is a great opportunity for self-promotion.
“Game journalism,” quotation marks intended, is not known for actual journalism. More like just rewriting the press releases. As one person put it, “it’s like being told by Deep Throat to follow the money and only writing an article about the existance of money.”
That is why I find this sort of interview refreshing. It isn’t PR bull, but actual questions being answered and some insightful comments into how the industry thinkg when it makes video games.
Hey Everyone, I just thought I would share this awesome piece of motion graphics. Â I was playing through this game with fellow Creative Fluffer, Chris Prince, and when we saw the intro to Call of Duty: World at War, we just had to share it with you guys. Â Not only is it a great intro, … Continue reading Call of Duty: World at War – Stunning & Creative Motion Graphics
Ever wanted to replace the leaf picture that came with the frame you found at Crate and Barrel with work by your favorite illustrator or artist? The Few Gallery presents high quality printed work by a wonderful handful of artists, also acting as a boutique, at the same time offering back into the world a … Continue reading The Few Gallery – Illustration and Design from all over the Globe
Feeling the urge to “geek out” you accessories, then I may just have the thing for you. From the Himeya Shop is a tote bag with a very old school style to it. How old school? 16-bit ear old school.
I’m pleased to bring the public something different from our normal gamut of posts about graphic design, creative illustrations, and kickass web applications. Â Today we’ve been contacted by a famous hometown industrial lighting design studio: Concealed Lighting. Located in both New York City (Creative Fluff’s base) and Buenos Aires, Concealed Lighting has managed to provide … Continue reading Concealed Lighting – Modern Lighting Design