We’re honouring the German language and culture this week in celebration of the launch of the German version of ThemeKeeper Elements!
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create an abstract but impactful poster in Adobe Photoshop by using compelling imagery and typography.
Looking for an eye-catching poster style to promote a club night, festival, or music gig? This Memphis-inspired design is quick to create in InDesign and has a stylish, on-trend look that would work for any event.
This quick and quirky text effect is the perfect way to channel the Memphis Style, the 1980s design movement whose signature is geometric shapes and bold color.
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.
Last year, according to the New York Times, we were all about website design inspired by the 1980s and 1990s. Bright colors, geometric shapes, graphics that look like they’ve been pulled from theFresh Prince intro. It was fun, and it’s a look that’s still popular in some forms today. But let’s go back a little further, to a look that’s both older and more timeless: vintage and retro design.
Step back in time with an extraordinary photo effect! Check out this list of 20 amazing vintage and retro-inspired Photoshop actions.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a retro interior in Adobe Illustrator. We will use basic shapes and effects to create our image.
Have you always wondered how to make seamless patterns in Illustrator? Patterns that look effortless and are pleasant to the eye? In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Pattern Option tool in Illustrator to create a set of fun patterns.
For this tutorial we will design a typographic poster using the Color Halftone filter to achieve a Roy Lichtenstein art style look.
Have ten minutes to spare? This eye-catching effect gives any text an instant dose of nostalgic color and style.
Want to give your type an edgy, Mad Max makeover? This super-quick glitch effect only takes 10 minutes to put together, and it makes a good substitute for lengthy or pricey Photoshop actions.
This tutorial was originally published in December 2010 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.