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‘Social Media’ Is Reimagined In Illustrator’s Adorable And Relatable Graphics -

‘Social Media’ Is Reimagined In Illustrator’s Adorable And Relatable Graphics

Canadian illustrator Scott Martin, who goes by the working alias ‘Burnt Toast Creative’, reimagines ‘Social Media’ in this eponymous series of cute and highly relatable graphics. Martin boasts clients such as Google, Dropbox, and Red Bull under his portfolio, which you can view here. If you take to Martin’s illustration style,...

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Apple Event Speaker Gets Epically Mocked By Kitchenware Brand For Identical Logo -

Apple Event Speaker Gets Epically Mocked By Kitchenware Brand …

At Apple’s September event on Wednesday, former NBA star Steve Nash stepped out with an AI-based basketball app, ‘HomeCourt’, that he had invested in—but his appearance wasn’t the only surprise. On Twitter, visual artist Alex Medina praised the app’s logo design, which cleanly formed a basketball court with its initials, ‘H’...

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Uber’s New Identity Doesn’t Resonate With Some Who Claim It’s Too ‘Vanilla’ -

Uber’s New Identity Doesn’t Resonate With Some Who Claim It’s Too ‘Vanilla’

Ride-sharing app Uber has revealed a brand new identity a mere two years after its last redesign. The company has taken up a more amiable, rounder logo and custom typeface called ‘Uber Move’ that aims to leave its troubled reputation in the past by starting on a clean slate. It has...

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Designers Protest US Font Copyright Law Changes That Hurt Their ‘Livelihoods’ -

Designers Protest US Font Copyright Law Changes That Hurt Their ‘Livelihoods’

A new US policy that makes it difficult for designers to copyright typefaces has been widely opposed by creative professionals. According to a letter sent by design law firm The Martinez Group PLLC to Senator Charles Schumer of New York, the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is in the...

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Photoshop’s Redesigned ‘Content-Aware Fill’ Realistically Removes Any Object -

Photoshop’s Redesigned ‘Content-Aware Fill’ Realistically Removes

The ‘Content-Aware FIll’ tool is evidently one of Adobe Photoshop’s most powerful features. In spite of this, images aren’t always blended correctly the first time around. They often end up looking like the image below, which sees part of a horse’s leg cast on a field. At long last, Adobe announced a...

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Why Supreme Isn’t Allowed To Trademark Its Iconic Box Logo -

Why Supreme Isn’t Allowed To Trademark Its Iconic Box Logo

Even though streetwear label Supreme’s heavily sought-after logo enables it to place eyebrow-raising price tags on staple apparels, it apparently can’t claim ownership over the branding, despite several trademarking attempts. Why is that? Possibly the most renowned reason is that the cult brand wasn’t the first to pull off the iconic look. The...

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Donald Glover Announces New Partnership With adidas In Animated MV Sequel -

Donald Glover Announces New Partnership With adidas In Animated MV Sequel

Not long ago, Childish Gambino, also known as Donald Glover, released his new song Feels Like Summer. The animated music video features Kanye West wearing a MAGA hat, Michelle Obama consoling him and other numerous cultural references. In this sequel, Gambino announces his new partnership with sports giant adidas. Gambino...

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Finally, A Decent ‘Space Force’ Logo And Flag Design Surfaces Online…

It wasn’t long after Trump’s proposed ‘Space Force’ logos surfaced online earlier this month that internet users took it upon themselves to reimagine the design. The suggested lineup of “unoriginal and juvenile-looking” logos for this outer space-focused military unit had sparked hilarious responses online, and even inspired a troll design by the Russian embassy. While Bloomberg...

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Pentagram Gets Dynamic In Its Lively Identity For Human Performance Brand Barwis -

Pentagram Gets Dynamic In Its Lively Identity For Human Performance Brand Barwis

Pentagram partner Michael Bierut and his project team comprising Aron Fay, Daisy Dal Hae Lee and Tess McCann have given an energetic rebrand to human performance company Barwis. Formerly known as “Barwis Methods,” the brand—founded by leading strength and conditioning coach Mike Barwis—has had its name simplified to aid...

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