I’ve been working on a corporate blog lately and I find that creating a corporate blog have a lot of things that you will need to take into consideration. You have to make sure the layout design stands out and at the same time the color usage, the font, visuals have the brand essence. There are also time where you will face some clients that like to giving ideas to enhance the blog’s design which most of the time don’t really work. Worst is you will have to follow what the client said and squeeze your creative juice till the last drop to make their idea works.
So, if you’re happened to be working on corporate blogs and need some inspiration, this article might be what you’re looking for.
15 Excellent Corporate Blogs to Learn From by Erica Swallow(Mashable)
A showcase of photography work by Eugene Jam from Russia. Please visit his portfolio site at www.jamart.ru.
Christopher Uminga is a talented and gifted painter/illustrator from New Haven, CT. Uminga has re-created lots of comic book heroes, monsters, villains and many others characters that we loved in his own unique illustration style. In this post, I’ve featured some of its painting. You can see more of its work in his personal portfolio site or his deviantArt site. Enjoy!
I’m an illustrator/painter. I see monsters in my head and I put them on paper or canvas and let them play. When I started painting, I wasn’t sure if there was a place for my work in the world of "fine art", but than I realized fine art to some people might be tattoos, graffiti and even comic books. This is my art; I paint and draw things that make me happy. Enjoy.
- Christopher Uminga
I’ve came across this site where they have a list of 100 free stock images that most designer might need. It is all legal! So why wait? Go get it now! :) (Link)
Ben Heine who is a Belgian painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and also a photographer did a set of experimental artwork which he named it as Pencil VS Camera. Ben uses traditional art which is pencil sketches together with photograph to create a very interesting artwork. You might find the idea is very similar with aimless-thing’s “When Poladroid meet Digital” that I featured last year. With a bit of creativity, you can turn something normal to a very interesting outcome and that’s what Ben Heine and aimless-thing did. Please visit his Flickr site to see more of his works.
In this post, Freaksigner brings you 6 creative and inspiring alcohol packaging design. Feel free to click on the images to learn more about the packaging design. Hope you’ll like it.
The Mixed Emotions cocktail is a student work from José Luis García Eguiguren. The concept behind this project is to sell emotions through a product.
Session Lager is a conceptual beer study that specifically targeting snowboarders designed by John Patterson.
A very creative gift for the clients at Christmas and to act as a new business introduction by The Creative Method from Sydney, Australia.
An eco-friendly packaging designed by Spear Design Group from New York.
5) Aladdin Bottle
A very adorable Aladdin Sake bottles. Found this from Notcot.
Nice packaging design designed by Reut Ashkenazy from Israel.
“Alcohol designed for women. Based on the phrase: “in vino veritas” [in wine there is the truth]. Much like in this project the phrase suggests that one tends to reveal his true feelings under the influence of alcohol.”