With more music events launching each year, the festival market is booming… and fiercely competitive. Thoughtfully designed posters and flyers will make a huge difference to ticket sales, and will help set the mood for the event.
Celebrate the Easter weekend with this cheerful flyer design. Inspired by mid-century style, this would make a lovely promotional flyer for an Easter egg hunt or other spring-themed event.
Did you know, the Gulf kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that bans women(both Saudi and foreign) from driving?
With phobias being our Halloween theme here at ThemeKeeper Tuts+ Design, why not pay tribute to one of the greatest movies ever made about a phobia? Celebrated mid-century designer Saul Bass designed the original poster for Vertigo, which used spiral graphics, a two-tone color palette and jaunty, unnerving text to create a feeling of unsettling instability for the viewer.
In celebration of ThemeKeeper Tuts+’s ten-year anniversary, we’re going to look back even further in time to explore the era-defining trends and styles in graphic design and illustration over the past ten decades.
This tutorial was originally published in February 2012 as a Tuts+ Premium tutorial. It is now available free to view. Although this tutorial does not use the latest version of Adobe Photoshop, its techniques and process are still relevant.
Summer is here, and with it come long, laid-back days flipping burgers on the BBQ. If you’re planning a big BBQ event over the coming months, you can promote it in style with this chalkboard poster.
Round up your favorite Western criminals with this fun wanted poster!
In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a hand-drawn lettering poster that will make our home cozy and add a warmer atmosphere to any interior. We’ll be using various drawing tools and functions of Adobe Photoshop to create fancy letters from scratch and digitize our handwriting, transferring it from paper into Photoshop and editing it to make it fit our poster.
Planning a town fair, family picnic or summer BBQ? This summery flyer is super simple to put together and would be a great fit for any family foodie event. Suitable for beginners to Adobe InDesign, this tutorial will show you how to set up a single-page layout which is ready to print or circulate online.
This tutorial was originally published in October 2009 as a Tuts+ Premium tutorial. It is now available free to view. Although this tutorial does not use the latest version of Adobe Illustrator, its techniques and process are still relevant.