A monogram is a motif made by overlapping or combining two or more letters to form one symbol. Monograms are often made by combining the initials of an individual or a company, used as recognisable symbols or logos. From the middle ages they have been used as signatures by artists and craftsmen on paintings, sculptures…
A sneak peak of the fun collaboration with Hopebox to create a new illustration for their fall hopebox. Such a great idea! #hopebox #vectorart #doodleart #taziart | www.hopebox.com @sendhopebox
I’ve been working on a bunch of cute icons and illustrations for Jacki @ www.mynamelabel.com.au #funproject #vectorart #taziart #icons #gotafewfavs
Developing your own unique style helps to make your art distinguishable from other artists … This article on the Society6 blog gives some great examples of the types of things that you can consider when developing your own unique style and that can help you stand out from other artists: Art medium Subject matter Style…
This is a great article where various experts in the fields of logo design and branding share some design thinking about the differences between graphical logos and logos that incorporate letters and words. These days, many large brands have complex identity systems that may include both image-only logos and combination logos that include a letter…
Stunning Dior Collection at the NGV #dior #ngvmelbourne
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My digital banners with inspiring quotes. “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” ~Confucious “Minimalism is not a lack of something. It’s simply the perfect amount of something.” ~Nicholas Burroughs
At Airbnb HQ, A Wall Filled With Hand-Illustrations Of Employee Experiences.
For lovers of beer and typography: ‘Beer Press’ coasters.
Creatively utilizing hands to express ideas and talk to consumers, the following ads incorporate hands into their designs in myriad ways—from painting them to look like animals to forming them into symbolic gestures.