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Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro talks Gamasutra through the design of his new studio's first game, The Missing, and how he hopes it will prove him a good game designer -- not just an interesting storyteller. ...
American artist and designer Daniel Arsham has crystallised the flying car from Back to the Future, and bagged and bound Mickey Mouse for his latest exhibition, which imagines the world in the next millenium. Read more
Photos that pop. It's what many of us want from our own images, we want something that jumps off the screen or off the wall. Photographer Sean Tucker is often asked how he creates images that "pop." For him, he believes it often comes down to mastering contrast. In the video below, Tucker outlines five different ways you can add contrast to your images using Photoshop. A challenge when incr
As part of Phlearn Pro, which is available for as low as $8.25 per month, Aaron Nace creates a lot of great video tutorial content. On the Phlearn YouTube channel, Nace releases free excerpts from different paid tutorial series. While they aren't the full content, of course, they often offer some great tips and tricks. The latest free excerpt is all about landscape photography and how you can
the cafe hosts six intimate tiered platforms providing a series of private areas and layered division of the high open space. The post pop & pac decorates designoffice’s ‘higher ground’ cafe in melbourne with mountain views appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This week, we got into the sadness of crummy email marketing, the delight of writing productivity, and the puzzle of why anyone ever treated marketing and selling like they were two completely different things. On Monday, Stefanie Flaxman talked about how weak email marketing is even weaker than Nickelback. (Wow.) Apologies in advance for any Read More... The post Turn Off Bad Pop Music and Turn
unlike kubrick's 'korova bar', the store won't drug you but will let you enjoy a fun and modern design. The post ryusuke nanki covers pop up store ‘milk land’ in shibuya in cow pattern appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
it all makes perfect sense, as if it were real. the glass could cut you. the water could quench your thirst. The post pop culture dystopia part II: a new dimension of textures and references appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Jesús Ramirez with the Photoshop Training Channel has a new video to help you make your colors pop using Photoshop. In the video below, he covers five methods and techniques you can use to bring the most out of your color photographs inside of Adobe Photoshop. The techniques vary from incredibly simple to slightly more complex, but they are all covered in detail below so anyone can follow
As part of an ongoing video series about their software, Luminar, Skylum Software has released a new tutorial about mastering exposure and digital relighting in their flagship photo editing software. In the video below, we are joined by portrait photographer Laura Tillinghast as she edits an edit to turn it from flat to dynamic. There are many tools within Luminar we can use to enhance an image a


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