Computer graphics

Computer graphics cards have sold out in Toronto as gamers embrace stay-at-home orders

A year spent in quarantine has led to endless hobbies for people looking to keep busy. More recently, gamers have found themselves the new hobbyists stuck in a world where supply is not meeting demand as computer graphics cards have sold out everywhere. Much like the similar issues seen with sourdough starters and Queen’s Gambit-inspired […]

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Forever 21 Clothing Line Features Artwork by ASU Graphic Design Alumnus

It put a spotlight on Nesbit’s work — and boosting sales — even as she struggled emotionally with Floyd’s murder and its aftermath in her hometown of Minneapolis. She was featured in several national magazines and started working with national brands. This year, her success continued with the Forever 21 collaboration, and she’s grateful for […]

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Anyone can use basic graphic design skills. Here is how to learn.

[ad_1] Prices and availability of the offer may change after the publication date. TL; DR: Learn graphic design skills you can use whatever your job with the Graphic Design Beginner Course. Starting February 19, get one-year access for just $ 19.99, a savings of 79%. If you’ve never dabbled in graphic design before, it sure […]


Recognizing the Photographic Legacy of an Influential Bobcat: Chuck Stewart

[ad_1] Recognizing the Photographic Legacy of an Influential Bobcat: Chuck Stewart By: Emily Votaw Posted on: Friday, February 19, 2021 You might not know it, but you’re probably already familiar with the photographic work of Ohio University alumnus Chuck Stewart (BFA ’49). During his 70-year career, Stewart’s eye has framed and photographed iconic images of […]


Clark Art Institute examines early photographic techniques

[ad_1] Théodore Rousseau (French, 1812-1867), “La plaine à Plante-à-Biau (The Plain of the Plant at Biau)”, 1862, printed in 1921. WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. – The Clark Art Institute has opened a new exhibition that highlights an innovative photographic technique in “A Change in the Light: The Cliché-verre in Nineteenth-Century France”, presenting 44 cliché-verre from a recently […]

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7 graphic trends to cheer you up in 2021

[ad_1] Every year, we see plenty of graphic design trend predictions, with industry experts sharing the styles, colors, fonts and more that (they believe) will emerge over the next few months. But it’s especially interesting to see what is being predicted for 2021, after a year that has turned out to be quite unpredictable. The […]


Photographic book Edward Van Halen by Ross Halfin to be published by Rufus editions

[ad_1] In the wake of his photographic tribute to bass legend Pete Way, acclaimed rock photographer Ross Halfin has once again teamed up with Rufus Publications, this time for a tribute to Eddie Van Halen, who died in October. In a press release, the editors describe Edward Van Halen by Ross Halfin as “a 320-page […]


Online Exhibition: Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Award

The directory Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Award, which now celebrates thirteen years under the patronage of Taylor Wessing, is one of the most prestigious photography prizes in the world and features new work submitted by some of the most exciting contemporary photographers. The winning photographs and those selected for inclusion in the exhibition were chosen […]

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New Procreate Pocket Update Takes iPhone Graphic Design to New Heights

[ad_1] If you’re a digital artist using iOS, you’re probably familiar with Procreate. The hugely popular iPad app is one of the best tools for illustrators and graphic designers, and the iPhone version is no slouch either. The latter just got a whole new update – and it’s a big update. The application has received […]