Knowing how to mix fantasy, surrealism and realistic drawing without making a mess is really a hard trick, but Michael Marsicano is one of this unique illustrators that made a long way to master his style. Working a lot for the editorial and advertisement market, Michael a really introspective and mysterious way to tell stories thru his artworks, today we had the pleasure to have this conversation with him. You can reach Michael on the following links: Website Behance Tumblr Twitter 1) First of
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Adam Elmakis is one of the best concert/band photographers I know. He was kind enough to “sit” with us for an interview. I had no idea how demanding his job was. DIYP: Can you tell us about your background and how you got into photography? AE: I was born in California, and my parents moved [...]
Rebecca Litchfield is somewhat of an un-categorized hybrid, she shoots fashion (and does it darn well), but she is also very well known for her urbex (urban Exploring) photography. I’ve been following Rebecca Litchfield’s work for a long time, but it was only when I saw her great talk over at the photography show that [...]
YouTheDesigner has the amazing opportunity to interview freelance illustrator, Maike Plenzke. Originally from Berlin, she …
Notre équipe a infiltré les workshops des Samsung Design Awards, réunissant les 10 groupes finalistes avec les tuteurs, Anthony Lebossé, designer chez 5.5 Designstudio et Patrick Avril, service designer chez Use Design. Durant ces trois jours d’atelier au Samsung Design …
Rebecca Mock is a Brooklyn based illustrator whose clients include Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time and …
Mardi 3 décembre 2013, nous étions invités par les équipes de Samsung à participer à la conférence de lancement du concours des Samsung Design Awards en présence de Camille Hammerer, directrice du design center Samsung France, Anne-Marie Boutin présidente de l’APCI, Anthony …
Mike: I think it’s a mixture of both. When you have to build a site with very specific features for a client, you can take away the development part and make it much easier for the client to use it. However, the training that I’ve been doing is for a more general purpose. The people who I train are looking to build and manage sites for themselves or the companies they work for. They need to know a reasonable amount about WordPress (for example, how to build or configure a site with i
Today, we’re joined by freelance designer Brent Galloway in an audio interview. Brent’s a freelancer, a blogger, and is working on some really great new projects, including a new blog for freelancers (details in the audio interview). Here’s just a few things we talk about in this interview: When should I start freelancing? What holdsKeep reading
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Cute monsters, dragons, Disney characters and Grumpy Cat. These set of things pretty much sum …
Anthony Burrill is one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary graphic design, known for his thought-provoking posters, printed traditionally in letterpress. He has never worked for another design firm, and his first studio was “at home, at my kitchen table.” Upon graduating in 1991, he has worked independently in loose collaboration with friends, designers, artists and a number of institutions such as the Design Museum. Some of his most famous work is self-published making gr