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Spotted: New Logo for Midland Center for the Arts

New Logo for Midland Center for the Arts


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Bundle: 625+ Beautiful Design Elements and Fonts – only $21!Now…

Bundle: 625+ Beautiful Design Elements and Fonts – only $21!

Now you can make breathtaking designs with one resource-packed deal! This amazing deal from the talented Joanne Marie, features more than 600 unique design elements in 1 super-discounted deal. You’ll get everything you need to create gorgeous designs including logos, graphics, papers, fonts, backgrounds, Photoshop tools, marketing sets and more! It’s the perfect package for every project from wedding invitations to company branding.

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OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava“A new art book celebrating…


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava


OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava

OFFF Unmasked Book Design by Vasava

“A new art book celebrating the 15th edition of Barcelona’s OFFF festival is as unique as the event itself. Featuring contributions from renowned illustrators and graphic designers, OFFF Unmasked is a journey into a parallel world, portraying the OFFF community as a mysterious cult with its own legends and rituals. Readers must peer behind the layers of myth to discover the real story of OFFF, its founders and its early supporters. The approach is in tune with the ethos of OFFF, which has always invited its guests to look beneath the surface of creativity.”

The main emotion that drives Vasava is boredom. Boredom with the ordinary. The run of the mill. The “just OK.” Vasava hate that stuff. They like to run riot with ideas, trample convention and turn the upside down upside down. Above all, they design because they can’t stop. It’s what they do. It’s who they are. For Vasava, every project is important, and every process is a playground.

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