20 of the trendiest and geekiest t-shirt designs found on the Internet

22.10.2014, 8:29

Tshirt designs to inspire you

We all love to wear nice clothes. It’s often the reflection of our personality. Sometimes, we just do it to support a football team, or a band we really like and some t-shirts are so iconic they’re actually the representation of one character!
It’s cool to go shopping and buy the t-shirt, hoody or polo you want. But it’s even cooler to actually create yours! This way, no reason to be disappointed ever.
This is what we’re proposing to you: as you may know, we’re offering t-shirts and much more for you to stand out of the crowd with an amazing design. But this wouldn’t be complete without some of the greatest t-shirt designs you can find on the Internet; this for you to get inspired for your next t-shirt!

Untitled

Source: budikwan

by budikwan
© budikwan

Impromptu n°1

Source: Florent Bodart

by Florent Bodart
© Florent Bodart

Omnomnomnivore

Source: Aled Lewis

by Aled Lewis
© Aled Lewis

Passion for Music

Source: dandingeroz

by dandingeroz via deviantart.com
© dandingeroz

Super Mario

Source: Vincent Roché

by Vincent Roché via behance.net
© Vincent Roché

Colorphobia

Source: mathiole

by mathiole
© mathiole

Light Painter

Source: Tang Yau Hoong

by OakOak
© Tang Yau Hoong

80s/90s Game of Thrones

Source: Mike Wrobel

by Mike Wrobel via tumblr
© Mike Wrobel

Breaking Bad

Source: Ale Giorgini

by Ale Giorgini via behance.net
© Ale Giorgini

There is no planet to save

Source: nicebleed

by nicebleed
© nicebleed

Run Boy Run

Source: Robson Borges

by Robson Borges
© Robson Borges

Untitled

Source: Niel Quisaba

by Niel Quisaba
© Niel Quisaba

Untitled

Source: etdraws

by etdraws via tumblr
© etdraws

Le Fils de la Veuve

Source: BMD

by BMD via behance.net
© BMD

Bear

Source: Kamila Sharipova

by Kamila Sharipova via behance.net
© Kamila Sharipova

Halloween Kitten

Source: vladstudio

by vladstudio via deviantart.com
© vladstudio

CLARO MUSICA

Source: SKINPOP Studio, . MOSTACHO ., Raul Urias

by SKINPOP Studio, . MOSTACHO ., Raul Urias via behance.net
© SKINPOP Studio, . MOSTACHO ., Raul Urias

Pixel. Art. 2014

Source: Octavi Navarro
by Octavi Navarro via behance.net
© Octavi Navarro

Batman 75th anniversary tribute

Source: Robert Bruno
by Robert Bruno via behance.net
© Robert Bruno

Dragon Ball Z characters

Source: Tim C
by Tim C via behance.net
© Tim C

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.

PA

The 18 Most Spectacular Time-Lapses the Mind can Imagine!

15.10.2014, 9:02

Photography taken to a whole different level!

Time-lapses, hyper-lapses, flow-motions, a family of photography techniques that make for some of the most amazing videos known to humankind. Don’t believe us? Just take a look at any of the following videos and try not to want to keep clicking on them all!

Hypnotic, alluring, enticing. These videos are awesome amongst the awesome. Enjoy!

Barcelona GO!

Source: Rob Whitworth

Barcelona GO! from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

Urfixed Light Animation

Source: Thomas Schwarz

Urfixed Light Animation from Thomas Schwarz on Vimeo.

Airplanes Look Like Epic Shooting Stars in The Air Traffic 2!

Source: Milton Tan

Airplanes Look Like Epic Shooting Stars in The Air Traffic 2! from Milton Tan on Vimeo.

Moscow Time-lapse Reel

Source: Sergey Yazvinsky

Moscow Time-lapse Reel from Sergey Yazvinsky on Vimeo.

Time Lapse Tattoo

Source: GueT Deep

Time Lapse Tattoo from GueT Deep on Vimeo.

Ride the Sky

Source: Page Films

Ride the Sky from Page Films on Vimeo.

Deadline

Source: Bang-Yao Liu

J’adore Paris

Source: Paul Richardson

J’adore Paris from Paul Richardson on Vimeo.

Her Morning Elegance

Source: Oren Lavie

A Time Lapse Collection

Source: Simon Christen

A Time Lapse Collection from Simon Christen on Vimeo.

Incredible Pumpkin Stop Motion

Source: Auke de Vries

Incredible Pumpkin Stop Motion from Auke de Vries on Vimeo.

Enter Pyongyang

Source: JT Singh

Enter Pyongyang from JT Singh on Vimeo.

The PEN Story

Source: PENStory

This is Shanghai

Source: Rob Whitworth

This is Shanghai from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

Hoi An – Ancient Town

Source: Rob Whitworth

Hoi An – Ancient Town from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

Samara summer

Source: Vadim Gorolatov

Samara summer / Stop motion 2013 from Vadim Gorolatov on Vimeo.

Above LA

Source: Chris Pritchard

Above LA from Chris Pritchard on Vimeo.

New York Noir

Source: Geoff Tompkinson

New York Noir from geoff tompkinson on Vimeo.

JB

20 examples of astonishing street arts all around the world

08.10.2014, 9:01

Art is everywhere!

It’s everywhere but, at the same time, nowhere… It’s part of our daily-life and we may notice them or not. It also depends on the size of those artworks! While some of them are so tiny, stuck behind the handle of a door, some are so big they need an entire building to be put on!
Wherever they are, they’re very efficient and make us think about our life, our city, what we’re doing, what we should do…

Here are some amazing 20 examples of street art from all around the world! Keep a closer look, they might be at the other end of your street!

Sand Paintings

Source: Joe Mangrum

by Joe Mangrum
© Joe Mangrum

Untitled

Source: A’Shop Crew

by A'Shop Crew
© A’Shop Crew

Untitled

Source: Shark Toof

by Shark Toof
© Shark Toof

Djerbahood

Source: Arraiano

by Arraiano
© Arraiano

On the Wall

Source: Bordalo II

by Bordalo II
© Bordalo II

Stamatis Laskos 2014

Source: Stamatis Laskos

by Stamatis Laskos via behance.net
© Stamatis Laskos

Oh my god, they…

Source: oaKoAk

by OakOak
© oaKoAk

Morocco diptich

Source: Aryz

by Aryz
© Aryz

The Leaning Slice of Pizza

Source: Julian Beever

by Julian Beever
© Julian Beever

Untitled

Source: Slug on the Street

by Slug on the Street
© Slug on the Street

Vandalism

Source: Pejac

by Pejac
© Pejac

Mitre’s Smile

Source: Guillermo Ron

by Guillermo Ron via behance.net
© Guillermo Ron

Untitled

Source: Ljpoisk

by Ljpoisk
© Ljpoisk

Art with Light

Source: Philippe Echaroux

by Philippe Echaroux
© Philippe Echaroux

Sombras e fantasmas em Niort

Source: Herbert Baglione

by Herbert Baglione
© Herbert Baglione

Affichage Sauvage

Source: Sophie Photographie

by Sophie Photographie
© Sophie Photographie

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Source: Sedat Karagöz

by Sedat Karagöz via behance.net
© Sedat Karagöz

Pre-Meeting style // intervencion mural

Source: Guacala
by Guacala via behance.net
© Guacala

Welcome To The Jungle

Source: Dairon Raphaël
by Dairon Raphaël via behance.net
© Dairon Raphaël

Daisy Duck & Co

Source: Urban X Stitch
by  Urban X Stitch
© Urban X Stitch

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.

PA

The best of the best – 15 examples of mind-blowing creativity

01.10.2014, 9:08

Ideas not to forget!

If you are reading this you probably know that we are a printing company and we have a very cool blog about marketing, design and creativity. This means that we get to see a seriously high number of creative works every single day. After a while, you realize that some of them have stuck with you.

This doesn’t mean that the particular examples that we remember are the most amazing works of art ever created by humankind. That’s not the point. What it does mean and the reason it matters is that there was something in them that stroke a chord even in people that get to see hundreds of amazing and creative pieces of art and design on a daily basis. You see, this is one seriously impressive graphic power. And that’s our business!

And so, which are these powerful pieces of creativity that we cannot forget? Well, take a look by yourself!

Adam Lupton’s Artwork

Artist: Adam Lupton
by Adam Lupton via http://www.alupton.com
© Adam Lupton

Impossible Bottles

Artist: Rafael Varona
by Rafael Varona via behance.net
© Rafael Varona

3D Printed Sugar Cubes

Artist: The Sugar Lab
by The Sugar Lab via the-sugar-lab.com/
© The Sugar Lab

Laser Cut Paper Art

Artist: Eric Standley

Virginia Tech: Eric Standley from virginiatech on Vimeo.

Outstandingly Realistic Miniature Food

Artist: FairChildMiniatures
by FairChildMiniatures via fairchildartminiatures.com
© FairChildMiniatures

Miniature Crochet Animals

Artist: SuAmi
by SuAmi via etsy.com
© SuAmi

Whisky 3D on the rocks

Artist: Suntory Whisky

Double Exposure Portraits

Artist: Dan Mountford
by Dan Mountford via behance.net
© Dan Mountford

MELODY® • NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto®

Artist: Alexandra Bruel
by Alexandra Bruel via behance.net
© Alexandra Bruel

Warm-Up

Artist: Ruslan Khasanov

Warm-Up from Ruslan Khasanov on Vimeo.

WTF?

Artist: Minga
by Minga via behance.net
© Minga

CUBEN 2010

Artist: Simon C Page
by Simon C Page via behance.net
© Simon C Page

Weekly Chalkboard Quotes

Artist: Dangerdust
by via
©

Pawel Kuczynski Political Posters

Artist: Pawel Kuczynski
by Pawel Kuczynski via pawelkuczynski.com
© Pawel Kuczynski

OAKOAK Street Art

Artist: OAKOAK
by OAKOAK via oakoak.fr
©

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.

JB

20 Perfect Examples of Underwater Photography

26.09.2014, 14:39

Somewhat frightening but absolutely mesmerizing

Underwater photography is a type of photography that is becoming more and more popular every day. No complains here, some of these shoots are true and absolute art. The special effects enabled by the refraction of the light as it travels through the water, the otherwise impossible poses that make us dream about taking a trip to our fantasies, the absolutely stunning underwater landscapes.

It really is difficult to imagine a more fantastic kind of image. That is, choosing our favorite among the following examples. We dare you to try. They are all so majestic that choosing one is virtually impossible!

Life Below The Surface

Source: Staudinger + Franke & Andreas Franke

by Staudinger + Franke & Andreas Franke via behance.net
© Staudinger + Franke & Andreas Franke

Endi & The Drunken Sailor

Source: Micah Reese

by Micah Reese via behance.net
© Micah Reese

WATER IS LIFE! UNDERWATER

Source: AngelikA Fürstler

by AngelikA Fürstler via behance.net
© AngelikA Fürstler

Immersed

Source: Markolf Zimmer

by Markolf Zimmer via behance.net
© Markolf Zimmer

Source: Sarah Lee

by Sarah Lee via behance.net
© Sarah Lee

Rock N Roll Underwater Shoot

Source: Michael Howard

by Michael Howard via behance.net
© Michael Howard

Fish Heads

Source: Tim Tadder

by Tim Tadder via behance.net
© Tim Tadder

Underwater

Source: Mutlu Kurtbas

by Mutlu Kurtbas via behance.net
© Mutlu Kurtbas

Island Era

Source: Jaymi Britten

by Jaymi Britten via behance.net
© Jaymi Britten

Underwater Editorial

Source: Susanne Stemmer

by Susanne Stemmer via behance.net
© Susanne Stemmer

Sense Art Of Underwater

Source: Oonk Madourart

by Oonk Madourart via behance.net
© Oonk Madourart

Underwater

Source: Jirka Pop

by Jirka Pop via behance.net
© Jirka Pop

Underwater Life

Source: Jhump Photography

by Jhump Photography via behance.net
© Jhump Photography

Stingrays and a Girl

Source: Elena Kalis

by Elena Kalis via behance.net
© Elena Kalis

The Sea To Tir Na Nog

Source: Ilse Moore

by Ilse Moore via behance.net
© Ilse Moore

Breathe…

Source: Elena Kalis

by Elena Kalis via behance.net
© Elena Kalis

Underwater Photography

Source: Micha Panesar

by Micha Panesar via behance.net
© Micha Panesar

Source: Flora Borsi
by Flora Borsi via behance.net
© Flora Borsi

Looking Glass

Source: Elena Kalis
by Elena Kalis via behance.net
© Elena Kalis

The Underwater Project

Source: Mark Tipple
by Mark Tipple via behance.net
© Mark Tipple

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.

JB

35 handwritten fonts for sweeping results

17.09.2014, 9:20

Simple, effective and beautiful

Handwritten fonts appear lighter and more fluid than usual and also easier to understand. That’s in fact their purpose! As such, we can usually see them in birthday invitations, headlines in comics or cool party flyers. Too serious text styles would be out of place.

We found 35 handwritten fonts to help you achieve sweeping, and amazing, results. They are all meant for private purposes. The commercial use of the respective copyright should be addressed directly.

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40 amazing HIPSTER fonts, graphics, badges, icons and more

03.09.2014, 10:04

As hipster as long bearded bartenders!

The hipster subculture is characterized by an outstandingly unique fashion consciousness. Alongside it, a strong hipster trend in graphic design constantly give us some of the most amazing works the mind can imagine.

We have found 40 extremely useful hipster ressources that make for an all-inclusive design package. There are icons to discover, fonts, wallpapers, infographics, badges, patterns and much, much, more. Indeed, you will find enough material to achieve the hipster-style by yourself!

Enjoy and let your imagination fly.

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20 of the most colourful images you can imagine

27.08.2014, 11:41

The power of the colors

An image full of color can be one of mesmerizing beauty that reminds of both synchrony and chaos at once! Find below 20 of the most amazing images that took the risk to add a bit of color. No particular type of art, no single technique, no specific kind of taste. Just color. Lots of color!

Go ahead, try your own!

iPhone / Photoshop Touch Projects

Source: Chuck Anderson

 by Chuck Anderson via Behance.net
© Chuck Anderson

Chapel of Thanksgiving

Source: Terri

by Terri via deviantart.com
© Terri

Color

Source: Masa Inaba

 by Masa Inaba via deviantart.com
© Masa Inaba

Absorbing Rainbows

Source: Tim

by Tim via deviantart.com
© Tim

IBM: Chef Watson

Source: Leta Sobierajski

by Leta Sobierajski via Behance.net
© Leta Sobierajski

C u t e

Source: Dana Askar

by Dana Askar via deviantart.com
© Dana Askar

Sherwin Color Travels

Source: Brice Linane

by Brice Linane via Behance.net
© Brice Linane

Roller Coaster

Source: diensilver

by diensilver via deviantart.com
© diensilver

Water Wigs 1

Source: Tim Tadder

by Tim Tadder via behance.net
© Tim Tadder

Color Games

Source: Julius Ise

by Julius Ise via Behance.net
© Julius Ise

Watercolors

Source: Sacha Kalis

 by via deviantart.com
© Sacha Kalis

The Birth of Color

Source: Lillian Blouin

by Lillian Blouin via deviantart.com
© Lillian Blouin

African Blues

Source: Martin Leon Barreto

 by Martin Leon Barreto via Behance.net
© Martin Leon Barreto

Splash of Color

Source: AP Fashion Illustration

 by AP Fashion Illustration via Behance.net
© AP Fashion Illustration

Water Wigs 2

Source: Tim Tadder

by Tim Tadder via behance.net
© Tim Tadder

PROJECTIE

Source: Nadia Wicker

 by Nadia Wicker via Behance.net
© Nadia Wicker

Dye For It

Source: Fabian De Lange

by Fabian De Lange via Behance.net
© Fabian De Lange

Reconstructive Surgery // Melting

Source: Lisa Moran

by Lisa Moran via deviantart.com
© Lisa Moran

Colorful Butterflies

Source: Wlodzimierz Kuklinski

 by Wlodzimierz Kuklinski via deviantart.com
© Wlodzimierz Kuklinski

Ayata Colorful

Source: Aufar Caesar Rachmadi

by Aufar Caesar Rachmadi via deviantart.com
© Aufar Caesar Rachmadi

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.

LS/JB

10 Amazing Examples of Rejected Graphic Design

20.08.2014, 11:06

Rejection is oftentimes very subjective

You work day and night to come up with the best design in the planet! You improve your initial concept to a level that you yourself know is nothing short of pure awesomeness. Then comes the day of the meeting with the client and your design is not the winner. Don’t feel too bad about it. Many rejected pieces of design are actually rather awesome.

Think about it. Some of the posters for the movie „Gravity“ were rejected because they represented the fear of being in space „too well“. It goes to prove that oftentimes rejection is nothing else than a very subjective decision.

In this spirit to show you that we truly mean it we offer you 10 examples of really, but really, really, good rejected graphic design. Enjoy (and yes, be inspired)!

Shelby Concept

Source: Brook Banham & Middlecott

 by Brook Banham &  Middlecott via Behance.net
© Brook Banham & Middlecott

Rejected Logo 2011

Source: Brad Todd

 by Brad Todd via Behance
© Brad Todd

Pin Dog

Source: Paul Saksin

by Paul Saksin via Rejected Logo Competition
© Paul Saksin

Samurai Champloo

Source: Nuno de Azevedo

by Nuno de Azevedo via Flickr
© Nuno de Azevedo

Milk

Source: Jacob Parr

by Jacob Parr via Rejected Logo Competition
© Jacob Parr

Rejected App

Source: Assembly Co

by Assembly Co via Dribbble.com
© Assembly Co

3D City Infographic

Source: Konstantin Datz

by Konstantin Datz via Dribbble.com
© Konstantin Datz

Rejected Lads

Source: Mike | Creative Minds

by Mike | Creative Minds via Dribbble.com
© Mike | Creative Minds

Papagaios Remake

Source: Nuno de Azevedo

 by Nuno de Azevedo via Flickr
© Nuno de Azevedo

The Cutting Room Floor

Source: RaiseNoChicken

by RaiseNoChicken via Dribbble.com
© RaiseNoChicken

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.

JB

16 examples that prove free images can be fantastic!

13.08.2014, 10:23

Free and Awesome

Have we told you that we love photography? Yes we have! The possibilities are endless. Travel agencies can print brochures that showcase those locations we dream about visiting. Restaurants can achieve menus that make you want to skip work just to grab a bite. Designers are able to merge photography and design in ways that make you dream. And yes, indeed, fashion magazines and model agencies add jaw-dropping images to their brochures and magazines.

The point is. If you have a business, photography is probably a good resource to present yourself in the most alluring of manners.

Often, however, our budget or photographic abilities are a limitation. Nothing to worry any longer. We now have access to a broad range of images on the Internet, some even free to use commercially. In this article we present you 16 outstanding images labelled as free to use for commercial purposes at the time of writing.

Get ready to be amazed!

Travel

Source: Moyan Brenn

Travel by  Moyan Brenn
Credits. Moyan Brenn (Unmodified – CC BY-ND 2.0).

Patan Square | Kathmandu

Source: Esmar Abdul Hamid

Travel Photography | Patan Square | Kathmandu | Nepal by  Esmar Abdul Hamid
Credits. Esmar Abdul Hamid (Unmodified – CC BY 2.0).

Saint Jean de Luz by Night

Source: Grand Parc

Saint Jean de Luz by Night by Grand Parc
Credits. Grand Parc (Unmodified – CC BY 2.0).

Sweet Girl in Sunset

Source: Viktor Hanacek

Sweet Girl in Sunset by Viktor Hanacek via picjumbo.com
Credits. Viktor Hanacek via PicJumbo (Unmodified – Source T&Cs)

Traveling Light

Source: Arden

 Traveling Light by Arden
Credits. Arden (Unmodified – CC BY-SA 2.0).

Mountains & Sky

Source: Robin Benad

by Robin Benad
Credits. Robin Benad via unsplash.com (Unmodified – CC0 1.0).

Travel | Kathmandu | Nepal

Source: Esmar Abdul Hamid

Travel | Kathmandu | Nepal by Esmar Abdul Hamid
Credits. Esmar Abdul Hamid (Unmodified – CC BY 2.0).

Phewa Lake Sunset

Source: Mike Behnken

Phewa Lake Sunset - Pokhara, Nepal by  Mike Behnken
Credits. Mike Behnken (Unmodified – CC BY-ND 2.0).

Hoi An – Vietnam

Source: Rafael Fabricio Chiti

Hoi An - Vietnam by Rafael Fabricio Chiti
Credits. Rafael Fabricio Chiti via unsplash.com (Unmodified – CC0 1.0).

Horsey Hug

Source: Little Visuals

 by Little Visuals
Credits. Little Visuals (Unmodified – CC0 1.0).

Laundry Room

Source: Ryan McGuire

 by Ryan McGuire via GRATISOGRAPHY
Credits. Ryan McGuire via GRATISOGRAPHY (Unmodified – CC0).

Chicken Skewers in a Pan

Source: Foodie’s Feed (Jakub K.)

Chicken Skewers in a Pan by Foodie's Feed (Jakub K.) via picjumbo.com
Credits. Foodie’s Feed (Jakub K.) via PicJumbo (Unmodified – Source T&Cs)

Volkswagen

Source: Ryan McGuire

 by Ryan McGuire via GRATISOGRAPHY
Credits. Ryan McGuire via GRATISOGRAPHY (Unmodified – CC0).

Chinese Colorful Meal with Noodles

Source: Foodie’s Feed (Jakub K.)

 Chinese Colorful Meal with Noodles by Foodie's Feed (Jakub K.) via picjumbo.com
Credits. Foodie’s Feed (Jakub K.) via PicJumbo (Unmodified – Source T&Cs)

Nepal – Behind Begnash (Pokhara)

Source: Dhilung Kirat

 Nepal - Behind Begnash (Pokhara) by Dhilung Kirat
Credits. Dhilung Kirat (Unmodified – CC BY 2.0).

B&W Trees

Source: Ryan McGuire

 by Ryan McGuire via GRATISOGRAPHY
Credits. Ryan McGuire via GRATISOGRAPHY (Unmodified – CC0).


Hungry for more? Please see this interesting article about free stock photos and their websites here!


*Note. There are some associated guidelines that must be followed when using any images even if these are free for commercial use. These guidelines change depending on the license that covers an specific image. This article does not intend to suggest the usage of any particular image for any specific purpose but solely to demonstrate that there are indeed high quality images amongst those with licenses that cover commercial usage. Please read thoroughly the licenses of any image that you intend to use and consult with an expert if you have any doubt about how to properly use them.

Whilst the images are licensed as free to use at the moment of usage, we do not claim any ownership over any of these design. 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.

JB