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Old Bulgarian Lottery Tickets Were Winning at Design – Website Design Article

I couldn’t find much information about these lottery tickets from communist Bulgaria, but the design alone makes it worth sharing here. Heavily inspired by Russian constructivism, these tickets are an amazing display of great layouts produced with abstract shapes only. Images via Delcampe.net. About the Author Mirko Humbert Mirko Humbert is the editor-in-chief and main author of Designer Daily and Typography Daily. He is also a graphic designer and the founder of WP Expert. This is only a snippet of…

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Planet Mercury Comics by Butcher Billy – Website Design Article

Butcher Billy is an illustrator based in Curitiba, Brazil. He creates powerful illustrations in a comic book style and has a real talent for creating a vintage look-and-feel in his art. One of his most popular illustration series is this Planet Mercury work. In it, the artist integrated rockstar Freddy Mercury into comics covers and turned him into all kinds of heroes. This work can be purchased as prints on the illustrator’s Redbubble shop. About the Author mirko Mirko Humbert…

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Canada Modern: a Digital Archive of Canadian Graphic Design – Website Design Article

Canada Modern is a physical and digital archive of Canadian graphic design, with modernism central to its glowing heart. It’s a great display of what has been achieved by Canadian designers and a good way to promote the country’s image overseas. Thanks for being a subscriber, here is your FREE house vector icons set. This is only a snippet of a Website Design Article written by Mirko Read Full Article

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Drunk Cats at the Bar – Website Design Article

On the Internet, there are two types of content that people never seem to get tired of: cats doing silly stuff and drunk people doing even sillier stuff. These premisces set, you can easily imagine the viral potential of these illustrations of drunk cats doing silly things. These matchboxes with a vintage look-and-feel illustrative style were created by Arna Miller, a Denver-based artist who worked on this project with her husband Ravi Amar Zupa. About the Author mirko Mirko Humbert…

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99designs celebrates 100 years of Bauhaus by redesigning famous logos – Website Design Article

Shortly after the world was shaken by World War I, a design school in Weimar, Germany, was established by Walter Gropius, a German architect. Although the impact can’t be compared to the horror brought by the first World War, the Bauhaus movement was much bigger than just a regular design school. Gropius’ school influenced the world of design and all artistic fields like no other know movement in history. Hundred years later, we are still influenced by it. For this…

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