This week, let’s take a look at the work of Ryogo Toyoda, who creates amazing 3D illustrations. For the print lovers, I found two magnificent examples using copper foil and translucent paper – a branding design and a poster creation.
Last November 11 was Origami Day in Japan, so why not celebrate it with a selection of sweet pieces. As dessert, Antoine Geiger and its disturbing photos of people getting sucked into their phone screens.

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This week, discover the new illustrated leaflets promoting the trainings provided by IRAM. Glyphs Company is a new platform to find nice and clean SVG icons
And a lot of illustrations, with the amazing works of Javier Perez, Inkration Studio, and Mark Powell.

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This week, let’s start with a nice selection of the best places to find mockups, because it’s always useful. As usual, some inspiring resources, with a cute illustrated brochure and a selection of photographies submitted in response to the 2015 National Geographic contest.
Having fun with lettering is also crafting your own Cola Pen; an easy tutorial will help you through.
And tomorrow is Halloween, perfect time to review the worst fears designers encounter !

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This week, back to the print with two luxury invitation cards. Tutsplus provides a free tutorial (courtesy of Affinity) to get started with Affinity Designer.
I also discovered the work of two artists : Kevin Peterson and his surreal paintings, and Derek Hugger with his amazing latest kinetic sculpture.

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This week, I discovered a great tool to edit photos when you don’t have Lightroom or any desktop photo editor installed : Polarr Photo Editor 3 for the web. Also, if you want to get started with SVG files, check out the beginner’s guide linked in this post.
To get inspired for your next branding and packaging projects, have a look at the lovely work of Olena Fedorova for Coffee Station, or at the packaging concept of Do Eat.
And, typographic reminders are always welcome, especially nicely illustrated ones like the glossary of typographic terms.

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This week, we take a look at the new Medium design, with a particular focus on its new fonts. A great resource to organize your projects, providing useful checklists for designers, and a review of the faux watercolor trend in branding.
Finally, two links about infographics : what it looked like before computers, and an amazing timeline of History.

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