Posts Tagged ‘graphics design’

12 Questions: Meet Sarah Urbanak (USA)

Ross | September 5th, 2008

In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING community. For these interviews, we pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a better community. Be professional, treat others with respect, help us build something […]

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1 Percent Inspiration, 99 Percent Perspiration

Ross | August 11th, 2008

“Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration” – Thomas Edison. It’s one thing for artists to be inspired by the work of others. It’s quite another to simply borrow without permission or compensation, what someone else has worked hard to create. Last week, Mike posted an article about Girl Talk – the stage […]

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12 Questions: Meet Chrissy Richards (USA)

Ross | July 15th, 2008

This is the third in what will be a regular series in our blog where we’ll feature interviews with someone (a creative and/or a buyer) from the crowdSPRING community. We’ll pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a […]

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12 Questions: Meet Shubho Roy (India)

Ross | July 1st, 2008

This is the second in what will be a regular series in our blog where we’ll feature interviews with someone (a creative and/or a buyer) from the crowdSPRING community. We’ll pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a […]

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Innovative Design – British Currency

Ross | May 30th, 2008

In March 2008, the United States Department of the Treasury unveiled the new five dollar bill. Featuring a purple Helvetica five, the new $5 USD bill was designed by a 147 year old government agency (U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing) which employes 2,500 people and has an annual budget of $525 million USD. The […]

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Concept Copying – A Primer (Part 1 of 3)

Ross | May 29th, 2008

It is easy to tell when something is the exact copy of something else -the two look alike, after all. Even small kids can compare two identical or virtually identical drawings and usually correctly determine whether the drawings are alike or different. It is far more difficult when the copy is not an exact or […]

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