Beautiful design for your Easter greeting cards

01.04.2015, 9:19

Happy Easter!

Ah, the beautiful season of spring! This is definitely an inspirational one and this thanks to Easter and the summertime getting closer and closer.

The only problem with such famous themes is that you quickly and certainly end up reproducing what others are doing or simply reproducing what you’ve already done before. This is so tricky and difficult to stand out of the crowd and be original when symbols such as the Easter bunny or the eggs are everywhere, inseparable from the concept of such a celebration.

This is where those talented artists make a difference! They cleverly inspired themselves from every Easter-related themes and symbols to make them their own, giving us a different and original approach to them.

These designs could be of great use for your inspiration if you would like to stand out of the crowd this year and make a good impression on your customer. Try this concept with our flyer or postcards!

Koko Black Chocolates

Source: Eirian Chapman

Eirian Chapman via
© Eirian Chapman

Happy Easter from the Rusted Pixel

Source: The Rusted Pixel

by The Rusted Pixel via
© The Rusted Pixel

Easter Type

Source: Zim & Zou

by Zim & Zou via
© Zim & Zou

Suzanna Victoria – Ovos de Pascoa

Source: Rodrigo COA

by Rodrigo COA via
© Rodrigo COA

Happy easter card

Source: Julia Zinchenko

by Julia Zinchenko  via
© Julia Zinchenko

Happy Easter 2011

Source: Izabela Kuzyszyn

by Izabela Kuzyszyn via
© Izabela Kuzyszyn

Easter Bicycle Cards

Source: Magda Nowacki

by Daniel Danger
© Magda Nowacki

Some Bunnies

Source: Q. Cassetti

by Q. Cassetti via
© Q. Cassetti

Vintage Easter Badges and Insignia

Source: Joshua Brian

by Joshua Brian via
© Joshua Brian

High Tea with Easter bunnies

Source: Kenny Lam

by Kenny Lam via
© Kenny Lam

Easter card

Source: Alesya Derr

by Alesya Derr via
© Alesya Derr

Happy Easter

Source: Marco Erre

by Marco Erre via
© Marco Erre

Frohe Ostern / Happy Easter

Source: Sengsavane Chounramany

by Sengsavane Chounramany via
© Sengsavane Chounramany

Easter Egg

Source: Ja Baguioro

by Ja Baguioro via
© Ja Baguioro

Easter Egg Morning Task

Source: Cleonique Hilsaca

by Cleonique Hilsaca via
© Cleonique Hilsaca

Typo Easter Egg

Source: Niteesh Yadav
by Niteesh Yadav via
© Niteesh Yadav

Happy Easter

Source: Mike Greenwell

by Mike Greenwell via
© Mike Greenwell

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.


The most beautiful and original textures for your artworks

12.03.2015, 9:09

Unleash your creativity!

Have you ever wondered how some graphic designers or photographers achieve such nice, textured effects? Well it’s actually quite simple: by the use of layers and the way they treat them people can now add special effects and depth to their artworks, whether it’d be to create a cold, dark atmosphere or to add a little bit of light to an already quite sombre illustration or photo. You can do whatever you like! Textures allow you to be as creative as possible!

In this article, we gathered some very interesting textures that could produce a nice effect for your creations. So feel free to have a look and get as inspired as possible!

*grass bokeh texture*

Source: ewazielinska

by ewazielinska via
© ewazielinska


Source: magikalfolk

by magikalfolk via
© magikalfolk


Source: carlyartdaily

by carlyartdaily via
© carlyartdaily

Digital Texture Artwork 275

Source: mercurycode

by mercurycode via
© mercurycode

Texture 671

Source: Sirius-sdz

by Sirius-sdz via
© Sirius-sdz

Victorian Grunge: VI

Source: ArtOfDecay-stock

by ArtOfDecay-stock via
© ArtOfDecay-stock

Victorian Grunge II

Source: Myruso

by Myruso via
© Myruso

Vintage Sunset

Source: Aurora WienholdSTOCK

by Aurora WienholdSTOCK via
© Aurora WienholdSTOCK

Burst Galaxy: Watercolor Texture

Source: touzaiko

by touzaiko via
© touzaiko

texture : marble

Source: MehreenFreed

by MehreenFreed via
© MehreenFreed

Texture Stock Asian Clouds

Source: Enchantedgal-Stock

by Enchantedgal-Stock via
© Enchantedgal-Stock

cloud texture 5

Source: whookatri

by  whookatri via
© whookatri

Floral Intoxication II

Source: AboveVintage

by AboveVintage via
© AboveVintage

Misc 2

Source: AsunderStock

by AsunderStock via
© AsunderStock

Unrestricted Design Vintage Texture

Source: DivsM-stock

by DivsM-stock via
© DivsM-stock

Clock Parts on Old Paper

Source: John

by John via
© John

Summer background texture

Source: fotojenny

by fotojenny via
© fotojenny

Texture 01

Source: NinStock

by NinStock via
© NinStock

Texture 2

Source: Fall-Out-M

by Fall-Out-M via
© Fall-Out-M

Grunge Texture.

Source: JRMB-Stock

by JRMB-Stock via
© JRMB-Stock

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.


20+ movie posters as seen by talented artists

05.03.2015, 10:03

Alternative movie posters!

The movie industry is one of the biggest industry in the world! It might also be one of the most inspiring ones as every year big, new, interesting and amazing films are released. It’s also a way for graphic artists or photographers to fully express themselves as a good movie always starts with a good poster!

Who never had a poster of his or her favorite movie pinned onto a wall? Like every pieces of art, those posters were often the symbol of our personality and what inspired us in our daily life. Maybe did they contribute in making us the person we now are?

Today, we wanted to introduce you to some talented artists that decided to take all these inspirations from their favorite movies and make them their owns in brand new posters. Maybe this is something that will inspire you to create your OWN posters?

BANG BANG Exhibition

Source: Vincent Roché

Vincent Roché via
© Vincent Roché


Source: HANs.

by HANs. via
© HANs.


Source: Patrick Seymour

by Patrick Seymour via
© Patrick Seymour

Indiana Jones

Source: Cesar Octavio Celaya

by Cesar Octavio Celaya via
© Cesar Octavio Celaya

Star Wars Poster

Source: Juan Esteban Rodriguez

by Juan Esteban Rodriguez via
© Juan Esteban Rodriguez

Batman 75th Anniversary

Source: Patrick Connan

by Patrick Connan
© Patrick Connan


Source: Daniel Danger

by Daniel Danger
© Daniel Danger

Spirited away

Source: Olly Moss

by Olly Moss
© Olly Moss

Once Upon a Time in the West

Source: Mainger Germain

by Mainger Germain
© Mainger Germain

The Wolf of Wall Street

Source: Daniel Devoy

by Daniel Devoy
© Daniel Devoy

The Shawshank Redemption poster

Source: Daniel Keane

by Daniel Keane
© Daniel Keane

“Man is the warmest place to hide”

Source: Vlad Rodriguez

by Vlad Rodriguez via
© Vlad Rodriguez

Fight Club

Source: Ali Heraize

by Ali Heraize
© Ali Heraize

American Beauty Poster

Source: Stephanie Toole

by Stephanie Toole via
© Stephanie Toole

88MPH – part 2

Source: Andy Fairhurst

by Andy Fairhurst
© Andy Fairhurst

Guardians of the Galaxy

Source: Marie Bergeron
by Marie Bergeron
© Marie Bergeron

Grand Budapest Hotel

Source: Peter Strain

by Peter Strain
© Peter Strain


Source: Benny Hennessy
by Benny Hennessy
© Benny Hennessy

The Theory of Everything

Source: Malika Favre
by Malika Favre
© Malika Favre

Se7en poster

Source: drMIERZIAK
by drMIERZIAK via

The Shining I

Source: Matthew J Griffin
by drMIERZIAK via Matthew J Griffin
© Matthew J Griffin


Source: Laurent Durieux
by Laurent Durieux
© Laurent Durieux

Man of Steel

Source: Oliver Riches
by Oliver Riches
© Oliver Riches

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.


30 artistic animated GIFs

19.02.2015, 8:24

When images are alive!

Since the beginning of the Internet, we’ve been able to see, popping up every once in a while and then more and more often, a new type of medium. This medium called GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), slowly developed itself to the point where it’s now considered as a solid form of art, alongside artworks, videos or photographs.

There can be all sorts of GIFs! Those taken from videos, those being cinemagraphs where only on or a few elements will be animated, and those requiring artistic skills.
These are the ones we’re proposing you today as we gathered 30 artistic animated GIFs for your inspiration!

Happy 2015 animated gif

Source: Tom Haugomat

by Tom Haugomat via
© Tom Haugomat

7 Days Loop

Source: Radio

by Radio via
© Radio

Gif Animation Collection

Source: Duong Tran

by Duong Tran via
© Duong Tran



by STUDIOJQ Photography via

Winter Story

Source: Oamul Lu

by Oamul Lu via
© Oamul Lu

Selected Gifs

Source: Nancy Liang

by Nancy Liang via
© Nancy Liang

Self Promotional Work

Source: Rafael Varona

by Rafael Varona by
© Rafael Varona

“Back in the Days “ Lettering + Gif

Source: Aleksandr / Tuf / Bykov

by Aleksandr / Tuf / Bykov via
© Aleksandr / Tuf / Bykov


Source: Eran Hilleli

by Eran Hilleli via
© Eran Hilleli

LOGO Technologic Inventions

Source: Ercan Nailoglu

by Ercan Nailoglu via
© Ercan Nailoglu

The X Files

Source: Lucile Patron

by Lucile Patron via
© Lucile Patron

Veilig Internetten

Source: Jing Zhang

by Jing Zhang  via
© Jing Zhang

Woolly and Shaggy – Gifs

Source: Lynn Chen

by Lynn Chen via
© Lynn Chen


Source: Patricia Mafra

by Patricia Mafra via
© Patricia Mafra

Your Favorite Day of the Fall

Source: Tania Yakunova

by Tania Yakunova via
© Tania Yakunova

Tiresia of the Eye

Source: Xulia Vicente
by Xulia Vicente via
© Xulia Vicente

Animated map – HAST

Source: Guillaume Kurdjian

by Guillaume Kurdjian via
© Guillaume Kurdjian

Das Kreative Haus

Source: Burkhard Müller
by Burkhard Müller via
© Burkhard Müller

One cat’s animated adventure in Paris /

Source: Charlotte Smith
by Charlotte Smith via
© Charlotte Smith

Octo animated gifs

Source: Fede Cook
by Fede Cook via
© Fede Cook

Waiting Time

Source: Maria Chiara Banchini
by Maria Chiara Banchini via
© Maria Chiara Banchini

Character’s animation

Source: Andrew Nesterov
by Andrew Nesterov via
© Andrew Nesterov

Miscellaneous pictures

Source: Alexander Zavrin
by Alexander Zavrin via
© Alexander Zavrin

The people of Jerusalem (animated gif)

Source: Pierre Kleinhouse
by Pierre Kleinhouse via
© Pierre Kleinhouse

Fictional Neon Lights

Source: Alejandro Smal
by Alejandro Smal via
© Alejandro Smal

Hidden Typography

Source: mounstar
by mounstar via
© mounstar


Source: Dusan Cesek
by Dusan Cesek via
© Dusan Cesek

Solo gif animations #1

Source: Solo Studio
by Solo Studio via
© Solo Studio

Way Out II (full version)

Source: Yukai Du
by Yukai Du via
© Yukai Du

Alphabet Town

Source: Omar Shammah
by Omar Shammah via
© Omar Shammah

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.


How to make a T-shirt design in Adobe Photoshop

03.12.2014, 8:42

A useful tutorial!


In this tutorial we will show you how to make a design in a simple way, in Adobe Photoshop. Follow these steps and you will be able to make your own T-shirt designs.


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Open a file of the size of an A3 paper.


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Open a photo and duplicate it once by holding Alt key (to duplicate) and Shift key (to move it on the same line as the original) and then drag it to the right. Right click on it and click Flip Horizontal. Then duplicate both pictures and drag them down. After that, right click again and Flip Vertical.


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After the photo is fit to the artboard merge all 4 layers.
Then go to Image>Mode>Grayscale


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On one new layer, play with some shapes and set the blend mode to Multiply and the Opacity to 80%.


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Now, to center your shapes, select the whole image with the Rectangular Marquee Tool, then click on Move Tool and center vertical and horizontal.


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Add your text and then right click on the text layer and click on Rasterize Type. Now you can erase things you don’t like inside the font and make it exactly the way you want.


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Take your time to adjust the text and make it look the way you want. Play with it and let your imagination do the work.


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Make a selection with the Rectangular Marquee Tool on the border of the artboard, right click on it, then click on Transform Selection. After that, make the selection smaller.


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Right click on the selection and go to Stroke and set the Width to 20px.


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The last thing you should do is adding a texture. Open your texture and set the Blend Mode to Multiply and Opacity to 75%.

That’s all! Save the file and set the color mode to CMYK.
This design is for Heat Printing.

Your T-shirt is now ready to be printed! So go ahead and go to our website by clicking this button:

Create your T-shirt

When futuristic mechs meet 1920s Poland | interview with Jakub Rozalski

12.11.2014, 8:54

A mixing-eras artist

1920 - on the road by Jakub Rozalski

1920 – on the road by Jakub Rozalski

„I just paint the way I feel and I like.“

When it comes to mixing classic and traditional paintings with robots and mechs imagery, Jakub Rozalski is the specialist. This talented Polish artist, with a love for his country and its history, wanted us to have a taste of it! And we’re definitely having it! Who could be indifferent to these peaceful landscapes and people while a few gigantic robots are passing by? Who couldn’t be amazed by this desolated yet enchanting depiction of a harsh winter emphasized by a few mechs in the background?

Today, we decided to ask Jakub a few questions about his artworks, his life as an artist, his love for Poland and so much more! Join us in this new mixing era adventures:

Where is your passion for painting coming from? Did you study or are you self-taught?

I paint and draw since I can remember. Choosing artistic studies was the natural order of things. I have a fine art background and education. However, I learned most of it as a self-taught by studying my favorite artists and paintings. My first steps as an artist was on canvas and paper, long time before discovering computer graphic designs. Through my work, I try to combine classical painting style, modern design and interesting concepts. For me the most important thing in my work is to always create a unique atmosphere via telling some kind of story, showing everyday situations in an unusual environment.

What type of medias do you prefer to use? Are you more comfortable with a graphic tablet and photoshop or are you more into traditional paintings?

I feel comfortable with both techniques. Currently I prefer to work on a computer and a tablet, as it allows me to save a lot of time and money. I can then have more time for my family and my daily life.

We can see your paintings are quite cold-toned which is giving a great atmosphere to your artworks! Why such a choice?

Yes it’s true, I like the more subdued, discreet colors, as well as the more static not so dynamic compositions. I do not know why, I have never thought about it. I just paint the way I feel and I like. It is probably a reflection of my own nature, what I like and what interests me. I like wild environments, open spaces, discreet and natural colors, winter, animals… I think you can see all of these in my pictures.

1920 warlord by Jakub Rozalski

1920 warlord by Jakub Rozalski

Your paintings are inspired by early 20th century Polish paintings and yet you’re introducing mechs and robots. What inspired you for such an interesting project?

The whole „1920+ project“ is based on historical events: the Battle of Warsaw in 1920 and the Polish–Soviet War (February 1919 – March 1921). This battle is considered by many historians as one of the most important in the world’s history, since it changed the fate of Europe and stopped the Red Revolution. After the first world war, the atmosphere in Europe was filled with revolutionary thoughts. Bolsheviks decided to take advantage of this situation and started to move forward to the west with a huge army.

Poland was the first country to really be able to show them resistance. Our independence had only been restored for two years. Anyone hardly knows about this and it is a very interesting historical period. This is also the last time cavalry was so significantly used. I love giant robots and mechs from my childhood. I think this started when I saw Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back for the first time. Those are very interesting and inspiring painting themes for me. They also give a good idea of well built scales and offer an interesting contrast of the classical landscapes and situations. My desire is to show the history and culture of my motherland in the most original and interesting way for a modern audience; so mechs work perfectly.

1920 before the storm by Jakub Rozalski

1920 before the storm by Jakub Rozalski

“1920 – before the storm” is one of the best examples of this paradox between peaceful pastoral early 20th century paintings and a futuristic, quite threatening robotic world. What’s the message behind it?

I think this is showing a certain longing for the world of wildlife which has been aggressively taken by technology and civilization. I also want to show war from the perspective of regular, normal people, maybe in a not so epic and brutal way. I grew up in a small polish village. I live and work in big cities for so many years now but I really miss this peaceful countryside life and atmosphere. Looks like I’m some kind of „Hobbit“ (laughing).

1920 into the wild by Jakub Rozalski

1920 into the wild by Jakub Rozalski

Wojtek, the bear seems to be an important part in many of your paintings. Can you tell us more about it? What does Wojtek represent to you?

I’m a big fan of Wojtek. I think it’s a great story and these paintings are my tribute to him. A lot of people through these artworks became interested in Wojtek’s story, and thus in our soldiers and the battle of Monte Cassino. This is making me very happy and proud.

In your opinion, how is art represented in your country?

Very strongly, especially painting and graphic design. Many polish graphic designers are amongst the world’s top-class and work with the biggest productions. The game industry has grown rapidly in my country for a few years. In Poland, there is a lot of talented and hard-working young people.

Do you have any other projects at this time? What are you working on?

I have many ideas, but at the moment I would like to focus on the „1920+ project“. I currently have a lot of interesting offers, exhibitions, games, books, maybe a movie. We’ll see what comes up. I would like to also continue the story of two brothers in arms, a viking and a samurai, in some dark medieval-fantasy world. You can find several works of this series in my gallery.

brothers in arms by Jakub Rozalski

brothers in arms by Jakub Rozalski

What would you like to say to young graphic designers from Poland and all around the world who want to start an artistic career?

They should listen to their heart and do what they love. Do not pay attention to what other people are saying. If what you are doing is honest and true, success will arrive sooner or later.

I would like to say hello to all your readers and thank you for the interview. I am very glad that you liked my work.

Your thirst for Jakub’s cool art hasn’t been quenched? Find out more about Poland, his „1920+ project“ and, of course, Wojtek by clicking on those two links:

Jakub’s website

Jakub’s Facebook page

20 photos of creepy abandoned places

29.10.2014, 10:26

This will give you the chill!

Halloween is nearly there: the right time to go to a party dressed as Dracula and have fun; but also the right time to go somewhere and get scared!
These abandoned places that now belong to the past are everywhere around us. They might not be shown on a map somewhere but, like every creepy things, they’re well hidden.
Some talented photographers decided to show us the forgotten faces of these buildings, stations, asylums, castles and even theme parks… and it’s pretty scary!

Spreepark 02

Source: Bestarns

by Bestarns via
© Bestarns

Chernobyl Series

Source: James Charlick

by James Charlick via
© James Charlick


Source: AcquiredElegance

by AcquiredElegance via
© AcquiredElegance

Château de Noisy (château Miranda)

Source: David Baker Photography

by David Baker Photography via
© David Baker Photography

West Park Lunatic Asylum

Source: Proj3ctM4yh3m

by Proj3ctM4yh3m
© Proj3ctM4yh3m

Bodie Historical Park

Source: James Fike Photography

by James Fike Photography
© James Fike Photography

Hotel Abandonado

Source: Arturo Aparicio

by Arturo Aparicio
© Arturo Aparicio

Balcony of Hell

Source: Jordy Meow

by Jordy Meow
© Jordy Meow


Source: Klaus Berends

by Klaus Berends via
© Klaus Berends

A trip to the Haunted Island of Poveglia

Source: muchmoremuchier

by muchmoremuchier
© muchmoremuchier


Source: Ralph Mirebs

by Ralph Mirebs
© Ralph Mirebs

Michigan Central Depot

Source: James Howe

by James Howe
© James Howe

Baroque Room

Source: Niki Feijen

by Niki Feijen
© Niki Feijen

St Martin Ghost Subway Station

Source: Martin Gautron

by Martin Gautron via flickr
© Martin Gautron

Bannerman’s Island

Source: Nick Harris

by Nick Harris via flickr
© Nick Harris

Last Dinner

Source: David Pinzer
by David Pinzer via deviantart
© David Pinzer

Disco Inferno

Source: Andreas S.

by Andreas S.
© Andreas S.

Urban Explorer

Source: themobius
by themobius via deviantart
© themobius

Urbex: Castle of Bonnelles

Source: exkup
by exkup via deviantart
© exkup

Urban Exploration 02

Source: Szymon
by  Szymon via deviantart
© Szymon

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.


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!


Source: budikwan

by budikwan
© budikwan

Impromptu n°1

Source: Florent Bodart

by Florent Bodart
© Florent Bodart


Source: Aled Lewis

by Aled Lewis
© Aled Lewis

Passion for Music

Source: dandingeroz

by dandingeroz via
© dandingeroz

Super Mario

Source: Vincent Roché

by Vincent Roché via
© Vincent Roché


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
© Ale Giorgini

There is no planet to save

Source: nicebleed

by nicebleed
© nicebleed

Run Boy Run

Source: Robson Borges

by Robson Borges
© Robson Borges


Source: Niel Quisaba

by Niel Quisaba
© Niel Quisaba


Source: etdraws

by etdraws via tumblr
© etdraws

Le Fils de la Veuve

Source: BMD

by BMD via


Source: Kamila Sharipova

by Kamila Sharipova via
© Kamila Sharipova

Halloween Kitten

Source: vladstudio

by vladstudio via
© vladstudio


Source: SKINPOP Studio, . MOSTACHO ., Raul Urias

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

Pixel. Art. 2014

Source: Octavi Navarro
by Octavi Navarro via
© Octavi Navarro

Batman 75th anniversary tribute

Source: Robert Bruno
by Robert Bruno via
© Robert Bruno

Dragon Ball Z characters

Source: Tim C
by Tim C via
© 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.