I’m excited for the new movie, but this digital painting is an awesome graphic design! (more…)
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Whenever I’m working on a project, I almost always need some sort of stock photo. Some of these are so hilariously ridiculous I thought I’d share them with the world.
Just updated to the new version of wordpress, pretty cool. It has a sleek new interface and things are more streamlined.
Graphic Designers Blog is a bit of a side project for me. Basically it’s a place where I can post cool stuff I find on the internet that doesn’t really mesh with posting on my personal graphic design site. I also post nice works of art and graphic designs from other artists on our Facebook page, Graphic Designers Blog Facebook. Give us a like on their to be VISUALLY OVERLOADED with cool imagery – by me and other artists from around the web.
You can also follow Graphic Designers Blog on Twitter if you are so inclined, but Facebook is where I post the cool stuff. Thanks again to the two fans of the this page for following us! We’re at 79 fans on Facebook! HOORaY!
So I figured since this is a blog about graphic design that I should post some graphic designs! Below are a few pieces of art – all kinds – design, concept art, graphic design, web design, etc. Check em out!
You probably know where you’ve seen it from: Windows XP, one of the most widely used operating systems in the world. This was the default background wallpaper after you installed or started the OS. You could of course change it, but few people did especially businesses. For graphic designers and anyone who uses the Adobe Suite on a regular basis you’ve probably seen this a lot if you’re on a PC.
The man who actually took the picture was Charles O’Rear, an American Photographer. When Microsoft purchased the picture it was “reportedly the second most expensive photo license ever”.
Many people (including myself) thought the image was computer generated, but Charles took the picture driving through Napa County in California on highway 12/121. After he took it, he submitted the picture to Corbis which is owned by Microsoft. Microsoft only slightly edited it.
You can read more about Charles O’Rear here. I wonder what the first most expensive image license is?
I just purchased and have been reading The Science of Marketing: When to Tweet, What to Post, How to Blog, & Other Proven Strategies - very good book by the way – and I came across a section that listed the most retweeted keywords. (more…)