Paper bags: How to create a Geometric Pattern in Adobe Illustrator?

07.05.2015, 8:46

Transport with style thanks to your Paper bags!

From the range of products Easyprint is providing comes an article that should satisfy both professionals and families: the Paper Bag.
Therefore, on top of the traditional introduction of the item, we wanted to introduce you to a tutorial that can allow you to design your own Paper bag with Adobe Illustrator.

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Beautiful illustrations of famous video games

05.05.2015, 11:01

A great tribute to timeless games!

Some may find it a waste of time, some may enjoy them when they’re with their friends but clearly video games are such a part of our lives we cannot ignore their existence. They’re not only allowing us to sit and play sometimes for hours, they’re also making us dive into some magical adventures where places, the story and characters will always remain in our memories.

It is surely an art like no others and this is why we wanted to share it with you through some beautiful illustrations made by talented artists and true fans. Maybe those could be great inspirations if you’re throwing a gaming party and need flyers to do so? If you’re a gaming YouTuber, maybe you’d be happy to distribute promotional postcards for your channel in your next convention?

Enjoy these artworks of retro and recently released games!

GTA V: Launch Piece

Source: PatrickBrown

by PatrickBrown via deviantart.com
© PatrickBrown

Ukiyoe Character Series

Source: Takao Nakagawa

by Takao Nakagawa via behance.net
© Takao Nakagawa

Minimalist Video Games

Source: Paul Wade

by Paul Wade via behance.net
© Paul Wade

Majora’s Mask

Source: Daniel Shaffer

by Daniel Shaffer via behance.net
© Daniel Shaffer

Bioshock

Source: ron-guyatt

by ron-guyatt via deviantart.com
© ron-guyatt

Borderlands Character Portraits

Source: Benjamin Olive

by Benjamin Olive via behance.net
© Benjamin Olive

Assassin’s Creed Unity

Source: michelefrigo

by michelefrigo via deviantart.com
© michelefrigo

Street Fighter 6 cover

Source: udoncrew

by udoncrew via deviantart.com
© udoncrew

Game On

Source: Rahul Parihar

by Rahul Parihar via behance.net
© Rahul Parihar

Galaxy At Peace

Source: Matthew Ware

by Matthew Ware via behance.net
© Matthew Ware

Games

Source: Benjamin Olive

by Benjamin Olive via behance.net
© Benjamin Olive

Lara Croft – Low Poly

Source: Olivier Van Triel

by Olivier Van Triel via behance.net
© Olivier Van Triel

Our Heroes!

Source: Juan Rivera

by Juan Rivera via behance.net
© Juan Rivera

Vanishing Grace

Source: Nick Carro

by Nick Carro via behance.net
© Nick Carro

Half Life

Source: Lewsis

by Lewsis via deviantart.com
© Lewsis

Illidan vs Arthas

Source: VAHAMAHA
by VAHAMAHA via deviantart.com
© VAHAMAHA

Dark Souls: Artorias the Abysswalker

Source: aerie

by aerie via deviantart.com
© aerie

Madness Returns | AT

Source: DragonOlong
by DragonOlong via deviantart.com
© DragonOlong

Fallout

Source: Bangbez
by Bangbez via deviantart.com
© Bangbez

Revisiting Video Game Symbols

Source: David Goh
by David Goh via behance.net
© David Goh

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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30 examples of beautiful black and white photos

30.04.2015, 10:58

A slice of poetry!

As Ted Grant said: “When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!”.

This is exactly what those photographers, from whom we collected 30 amazing photos, are showing through their art. Taking a black and white picture is sometimes more than catching a beautiful moment. It goes beyond that, emphasizing someone’s expression, showing some texture in a beautiful landscape no one would have noticed before.

Sometimes, you could even be mistaken as some of them do look like paintings.
Be inspired by those stunning examples that definitely proves that black and white photographs are far from being boring and lifeless!

Camargue

Source: Achim Lippoth

by Achim Lippoth via behance.net
© Achim Lippoth

Castles made of sand

Source: Andy Lee

by Andy Lee via Behance.net
© Andy Lee

Wisdom for my children, life lessons though…

Source: Brandon Kidwell

by Brandon Kidwell via behance.net
© Brandon Kidwell

Mystery Garden / Le Mile Magazine

Source: Elizaveta Porodina

by Elizaveta Porodina via behance.net
© Elizaveta Porodina

Lyubov Andreyeva and Denis Klimuk

Source: Vadim Stein

by Vadim Stein via behance.net
© Vadim Stein

Dark Hours

Source: Rupert Vandervell

by Rupert Vandervell via behance.net
© Rupert Vandervell

TOKYO

Source: Alexandre Mounayer

by Alexandre Mounayer via behance.net
© Alexandre Mounayer

Watched

Source: Marta Bevacqua

by Marta Bevacqua via behance.net
© Marta Bevacqua

Portraiture

Source: Gülnur Duruzoy

by Gülnur Duruzoy via behance.net
© Gülnur Duruzoy

Armenian Mountains

Source: Eliza Malkhasyan

by Eliza Malkhasyan via behance.net
© Eliza Malkhasyan

Dreamland

Source: Vassilis Tangoulis

by Vassilis Tangoulis via behance.net
© Vassilis Tangoulis

Like little dancers

Source: Dani Stites

by Dani Stites via behance.net
© Dani Stites

“Florence” / Polyptych

Source: Alex T

by Alex T via behance.net
© Alex T

Space & Beyond

Source: Nick Frank

by Nick Frank via behance.net
© Nick Frank

Trees

Source: Snow Robert Peek Fotographie

by Snow Robert Peek Fotographie via behance.net
© Snow Robert Peek Fotographie

Experimenting with some new fig leaves

Source: Emanuele Marzocca
by Emanuele Marzocca via behance.net
© Emanuele Marzocca

Lands of Nowhere

Source: Sten Schneider

by Sten Schneider via behance.net
© Sten Schneider

Mackelli Campaign 2015

Source: Henrik Adamsen
by Henrik Adamsen via behance.net
© Henrik Adamsen

Obscure Lights

Source: Ranko Blazina
by Ranko Blazina via behance.net
© Ranko Blazina

Near Light

Source: Nuno Andrade
by Nuno Andrade via behance.net
© Nuno Andrade

B&W shots in Rocca Sinibalda

Source: Emmanuelle Marzocca
by Emmanuelle Marzocca via behance.net
© Emmanuelle Marzocca

Relax

Source: Miki Takahashi
by Miki Takahashi via behance.net
© Miki Takahashi

D’Orsay watches / relojes d’Orsay

Source: Eduardo Perucha Esteban
by Eduardo Perucha Esteban via behance.net
© Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Ivory and Ebony

Source: Laurent Baheux
by Laurent Baheux
© Laurent Baheux

Portraits of animals

Source: Lukas Holas
by Lukas Holas via behance.net
© Lukas Holas

Colorado Landscapes CLG Folio

Source: Craig Getchius
by Craig Getchius via behance.net
© Craig Getchius

Beautrees

Source: Kashish Tandon
by Kashish Tandon via behance.net
© Kashish Tandon

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Bottle tags and tent cards, two new products for your table

28.04.2015, 9:37

For an elegant table!

Place cards

Our product range is growing bigger and bigger this year with new products and we’ve just added two new ones to our gastronomy product range. As an addition to the place cards, menu cards and place mats, we are introducing you to the bottle tags and tent cards, two great printing products ideal to reinforce your brand and to add an elegant element to your table.

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Arla Skyr – The Messenger | Video of the week

27.04.2015, 10:18

Running, and running, and running...

We’re now more and more connected. We can carry our phones everywhere. Coffeeshops are now places were you can plug your laptop and even benefit from free WiFi. Notifications are being sent from everywhere at the highest speed so that you will receive them either or your phone, your computer… and now your wrist, if you own a smartwatch!

This video shows us in a funny way this wasn’t always the same as a tiny Icelandic village had to rely on just one phone and a young boy to act as everybody’s messenger. This is hard to believe by today’s standard but we’re sure you will like this lovely video’s glimpse into the past to see how it used to be. Enjoy!

The best Photoshop tutorials on the web

23.04.2015, 10:24

Be creative!

When you think about it: how crazy all the things we can do via Photoshop or any other digital art software are! This is now so simple and so easy to obtain a hyper realistic style in digital painting… and you don’t even have to buy the acrylic paint for it! As for some photographers, doing some retouch of a beautiful portrait, adding some makeup, changing the eye or the hair color is something completely doable – this with great, natural results!

Today, we wanted to show you a few tricks regarding Photoshop (and other software you can use) both in photography and design to unleash your imagination and make sure it knows no boundaries. We wish you all to be inspired and to increase your artistic skills in order to create even more awesome and beautiful artworks!

Create an eerie eye photo manipulation in photoshop

Source: Adrian Scheff

by Adrian Scheff
© Adrian Scheff

How to create anaglyph 3D images that really work!

Source: Blog Spoon Graphics

by Blog Spoon Graphics
© Blog Spoon Graphics

It’s time to create a “Neo-Constructivist” poster with photoshop

Source: Alvaro Guzman

by Alvaro Guzman
© Alvaro Guzman

Making of “Victorian Gaol”

Source: Andy Walsh

by Andy Walsh
© Andy Walsh

Disintegration Effect: Photoshop tutorial

Source: Photoshop tutorials

Disintegration Effect: Photoshop tutorial from Photoshop tutorials on YouTube.

How to change eye color in Photoshop

Source: Phlearn Photoshop & Photography Tutorial

How to change eye color in Photoshop from Phlearn Photoshop & Photography Tutorial on YouTube.

T-shirt design in illustrator using owl and skull vector art

Source: Hydro74

by Hydro74
© Hydro74

Create a fire and rust text effect using the flame filter in Adobe Photoshop CC

Source: Rose

by Rose
© Rose

The Dancer: create a dynamic liquid splash effect

Source: 123RF.com

by 123RF.com
© 123RF.com

How to colorize a black and white photo in Photoshop

Source: Photoshop Video Academy

How to colorize a black and white photo in Photoshop from Photoshop Video Academy on YouTube.

Easy double exposure in Photoshop – Simple Design Tutorials

Source: Patrick Schmidt

Easy double exposure in Photoshop – Simple Design Tutorials from Patrick Schmidt on YouTube.

“Red Dream” photo manipulation tutorial

Source: DesignStacks

by DesignStacks
© DesignStacks

Abstract photo manipulation Photoshop CS6

Source: ABDUZEEDO

by ABDUZEEDO
© ABDUZEEDO

Ironman view interface effect

Source: ABDUZEEDO

by ABDUZEEDO
© ABDUZEEDO

Create a vivid winter aurora landscape

Source: Jenny Le

by Jenny Le
© Jenny Le

Dripping honey on toast text effect

Source: textuts.com

by textuts.com
© textuts.com

Adding color to your photography in Photoshop

Source: Jessica Kobeissi

Adding color to your photography in Photoshop from Jessica Kobeissi on YouTube.

Photoshop manipulation bulb water – photoshop tutorial

Source: 99easy

Photoshop manipulation bulb water – photoshop tutorial from 99easy on YouTube.

Photoshop tutorial Photo Effects – Dramatic Color

Source: Nam Tran

Photoshop tutorial Photo Effects – Dramatic Color from Nam Tran on YouTube.

Photoshop: how to make a comic book, pop art, cartoon from a photo

Source: Blue Lightning TV

Photoshop: how to make a comic book, pop art, cartoon from a photo from Blue Lightning TV on YouTube.

Create a stunning city skylight made of text

Source: Benjamin Rama

by Benjamin Rama
© Benjamin Rama

Curled Ribbon Text Effect

Source: textuts

by textuts
© textuts

Create an abstract ecology scene with 3D render

Source: 10steps.sg

by 10steps.sg
© 10steps.sg

How to create a mysterious matte painting landscape in Photoshop

Source: Maria Semelevich

by Maria Semelevich
© Maria Semelevich

Create a vintage style pop art cartoon in Photoshop

Source: 123RF.com

by 123RF.com
© 123RF.com

Our clipboards and writing cases: perfect for your business!

22.04.2015, 8:41

Be always on the go thanks to our practical products!

Clipboards and writing cases

These week we are introducing two really helpful new products to keep your documents in order even when you have to move or stand for long time, for example, in trade fairs and events. Discover our new clipboards and writing cases!

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Better For It – Inner Thoughts | Video of the week

20.04.2015, 9:11

Believe in yourself!

We all know it! It’s hard to exercise to have an healthier life. Sometimes, it’s an everyday life battle that asks our body a lot. And most of the time, we feel like we can’t fit in, that it isn’t made for us, that it’s too difficult, that we can’t…
This is exactly what those women are living in this very clever and well-made advert. As they exercise, they feel they’re losing the faith in what they’re doing because of different reasons such as the exercises demanding them a lot or being surrounded by good-looking people. But you will see that, at the end, it’s all a matter of will! Enjoy this very positive video!

Great artworks of your favorite comics!

16.04.2015, 9:29

Perfect for your inspiration!

Superheroes are everywhere, mostly in comics and now in movies or series! But some amazing stories can also be found along the wonderful pages of some other great comics! This can be the case with some masterpieces such as „Fables“ (Bill Willingham) telling the story of famous fable characters now living in New-York or „The Walking Dead“ (Robert Kirkman) which follows a group of survivors in a world infested by zombies. Comics are therefore also a great medium for amazing stories and adventures without superheroes!

Today, we wanted to make a tribute to not only our favourite superheroes but also to some great stories that can be found under the comic format. And what a better way to do so than collecting some awesome artworks from hard-core fans? We hope you will enjoy their talent as much as we do and that you will also be inspired to create great things yourself! Enjoy :)

DREDD

Source: EonForgery
by EonForgery via deviantart.com
© EonForgery

Fables

Source: soanvalentine

by soanvalentine via deviantart.com
© soanvalentine

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Source: TylerChampion

by TylerChampion via deviantart.com
© TylerChampion

Vendetta

Source: legofish

by legofish via deviantart.com
© legofish

The Walking Dead

Source: diabolumberto

by diabolumberto via deviantart.com
© diabolumberto

Sandman watercolour scan

Source: rogercruz

by rogercruz via deviantart.com
© rogercruz

Sin City – Marv

Source: LRitchieArt

by LRitchieArt via deviantart.com
© LRitchieArt

This is Constantine

Source: Reza-ilyasa

by Reza-ilyasa via deviantart.com
© Reza-ilyasa

Watchmen

Source: FernandoLucas

by FernandoLucas via deviantart.com
© FernandoLucas

Superheroes

Source: Aykut Aydogdu

by Aykut Aydogdu via behance.net
© Aykut Aydogdu

Commissions

Source: Pepe Larraz

by Pepe Larraz via behance.net
© Pepe Larraz

Superman

Source: Haining-art

by Haining-art via deviantart.com
© Haining-art

The mightiest

Source: nicebleed

by nicebleed via behance.net
© nicebleed

Deadpool

Source: PhantomxLord

by PhantomxLord via deviantart.com
© PhantomxLord

X-Men

Source: kevinwada

by  kevinwada via deviantart.com
© kevinwada

Sinestro and Hal

Source: el-gallo

by el-gallo via deviantart.com
© el-gallo

Aquaman

Source: BOMBATTACK
by BOMBATTACK via deviantart.com
© BOMBATTACK

Super heroes avatars

Source: Diana Hernandez

by Diana Hernandez via behance.net
© Diana Hernandez

SAGA

Source: luilouie
by luilouie via deviantart.com
© luilouie

IRONMAN

Source: noistromo
by noistromo via deviantart.com
© noistromo

We do not own any of these designs. This is just a collection for your inspiration. Our sources are as stated. If you feel like we used your design wrong, please contact us.

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Be up-to-date with our Bookmarks and Dividers

15.04.2015, 8:19
See and be seen!

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This week we introduce you to the Bookmarks and Dividers. Although provided with different formats, those two articles are unique and will help you classify your work tasks or find your favorite book’s page easily. Personalize your business with style with these products customized to your own taste!

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