We’re honouring the German language and culture this week in celebration of the launch of the German version of ThemeKeeper Elements!
In this series, we present a look-book of authentic photographs collected by the writers and editors here at ThemeKeeper Tuts+. We hope these pictures inspire ideas, help kindle new projects, and give you a better understanding of visual communication.
If you love unashamedly brash and bold colors and patterns, you’ll be very happy to hear that the Memphis Style, the design style pioneered by the 1980s Memphis Group, is very much back in vogue.
Graphic design hasn’t always had the best reputation for gender equality. It’s a traditionally male-dominated industry, and most of the best-known designers discussed in articles and books today are men.
2018 marks a hundred years since women won the right to vote in Britain, due to the remarkable efforts of the suffragist movement. The suffragettes campaigned tirelessly for their democratic rights to be recognised by the British government, using posters and banners at demonstrations.
Text is never simply text—typography, or the way type is arranged on a layout, has a huge influence over the visual impact of a message, setting the tone and mood for the reader. Type design has a long and fascinating history, and the digital fonts we use today often have incredible origin stories.
In this next part of our Art History series, we turn to Surrealism, a 20th-century cultural movement where artists created moving alternate realities.
Sometimes I feel discriminated against, but it does not make me angry. It merely astonishes me. How can anyone deny themselves the pleasure of my company? It’s beyond me.” — Zora Neale Hurston. We are artists. Illustrators. Graphic designers.
Welcome back to our series on art history! From the dreamy paintings of the Impressionist era, we now venture onward to the early-20th-century art movement of Cubism. Let’s see how history significantly affected the art of this time.
It’s been a while since I’ve done this sort of article, but today I’m back, and I really think you’re going to love this one. We’re going to put our creative juices on hold and spend some quality time together exploring the history and evolution of those little critters that we like to call “icons”.
Welcome back to our series on art history! From the world of Neoclassical and Romantic art, we now venture onward to the 19th-century art movement of Impressionism. Let’s see how history significantly affected the art of this time.
Welcome back to our series on art history! From the lands of Africa, we now venture onward to experience art from the Neoclassical era and Romantic period. Let’s see how history significantly affected the art of this time.
Welcome back to our series on art history! From the lands of South America, we now venture onward to experience the world of art from Africa. Let’s see how history significantly affected the art of this time.
When photography was invented in 1839, it was a black-and-white medium, and it remained that way for almost one hundred years. Photography then was a fragile, cumbersome, and expensive process. In order to practice, photographers needed a lot of extra money and time, or a sponsor.