When it comes to print design, gig posters are one of the most fun projects to create. Music is one of those things that enhance creativity. When designing a gig poster, we have the band’s music for inspiration and can set our imagination free to do something out of the box.
For this tutorial we will design a typographic poster using the Color Halftone filter to achieve a Roy Lichtenstein art style look.
For this tutorial we will design an empowering poster using typography interwoven into flowers using the Layer Mask tool in Adobe Photoshop.
For this tutorial, we will design a poster using the Liquify Tool on a traditional objectin Adobe Photoshopto give it a digital feel.
For this tutorial we will use the Noise Tool in Adobe Photoshop in order to be able to use a low-resolution image for print and create a type poster. Then we’ll finish off the poster in Illustrator.
Everyone needs a bit of optimism in their lives, and this neon sign poster is the perfect pick-me-up. Pop it on the office noticeboard, set it as your phone background, or share it on social media to spread the good vibes.
For this tutorial we will design a poster using Layer Masks, clipping masks and the Liquify Tool to create a poster that is literally outside of the box!
For this tutorial we will design a poster using Layer Masks to create text that engages with the image in a captivating way.
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.
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.