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This is a great traditional Japanese semi circle seamless vector pattern. A great way to apply an authentic Japanese effect to your design. The pattern comes in two vector formats EPS and AI, as well black and white version to choose from to use throughout your design projects. The pattern is great for both print […]The post Traditional Japanese freeseamless[…]Read more...
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When was the last time you saw someone carrying around a camera to take photos? Lately we are all in the routine of using our smartphones to take photos because it's convenient. We already have the phone with a camera built in, why do I need to carry something else too? Yes, having that smartphone with the camera is convenient and most of the time it takes decent photos which can be used for many things. Here in lies the quandary of what type of image is appropriate for your needs. Below is a review of the types of images available and what the best use for that type of image is.
So in my years of doing graphic design I have come across many fliers, business cards, brochures, etc that are, well.. inundated with many font styles. Immediately I want to put it down and walk away and never see it again upon noticing this. Sometimes people think that loading as many different fonts as possible onto their flyer is designing it and will be more noticeable. Well, it's noticeable alright but for the wrong reasons...font overload!