Lately, I have been really inspired by the beautiful typography that I see everywhere. Check out this collection of websites that really got it right, followed by how to find similar fonts for your own projects.
This site displays two sans serif fonts. The first one being very eloquent and the second one showing off its boldness.
Satchel and Sage is a husband and wife creative team and their website beautifully displays their love of design and typography.
The font on this site has a lot of character. It has a rustic feel and tells a story of a place where you want to go and "everyone knows your name".
Cirq uses a very unique font set of fonts that are nicely paired. The typography throughout the site is unique and flows flawlessly.
Miss Mary's Mix shows off the mix of a script font beautifully paired with a thin sans serif.
What are some of your favorite fonts to use? Show us some recent projects.
It's engagement season! From Thanksgiving until Valentine's Day, engagement ring photos will likely be filling up your news feed. And while we love a stunning diamond, we also love the less traditional rings that we've been seeing more of lately. If you or your love is looking for an alternative engagement ring, here are some of our favorites.
Fade to Black
Bright and Colorful
Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
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More Than Cake (aka Amanda) has been an independent photographer for about 8 years and a graphic artist/web designer for 15 years. "I love what I do and am thrilled to be able to share it with you", she says. You can check out all of her amazing designs on Creative Market.
12 different owls with 8 different expressions, including: flirty, suspicious, sleepy, sleeping, winking, paranoid, sad, and dunce
Included in this volume are 7 oddball owls: Rock 'n Roll Grandpa Owl, Know-it-All Owl, Smarty Pants Owl, Flirty Owl, Paranoid Owl, High as a Kite Owl, and Artsy Owl
"I know this great little place..." is something you've probably said or heard dozens of times. Well the folks behind Great Little Place decided to gather up people's recommendations for the amazing city of London and do something creative.
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This wonderful illustrated map of London's great little places was painstakingly hand drawn by Charlie Davis, an illustrator and designer based London. There's no doubt that a lot of hours and a lot of love went into every beautiful detail, just take a look for yourself.
The New Year is just around the corner and with it, you need to have the most amazing invitations to send out to your party guests, the greatest greeting cards, or the most fabulous graphics. Here we have found a fun collection of 2014 party templates that will be sure to dazzle your party-goers.
2014 Year Calendar by SolveigEugenia Design
We would love to hear what your holiday plans are? Tell us all about them!
Ah the holidays. A time for friends, family, and traditions. In my family, we watch westerns on Christmas. Don't ask me why. I know friends that look forward to their annual A Christmas Story marathon on TBS. And then there are others that prefer to have John McClane over for a little mayhem around the holidays.
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Whatever your preference, it's that wonderful time of year when you get to revisit your favorite movies with the people that you love. Join us as we take a look at some of the popular holiday films and their colors.
A delightful little film, Elf hearkens back to the old Christmas special claymations in just about every way, right down to the retro color scheme.
Looking for some last minute holiday cards, gift tags, or DIY craft ideas? Take a look at these downloadable assets that you can print right from your home.
Perfect for Scrapbook, animation, envelope, stationery, card, postcard and more!
It's never too late to update your website for the holiday season. Here we have put together a collection of our favorite Christmas icons.
Looking for a new font for your project? I have found a great collection of fonts that will look amazing with any design and some have that authentic holiday feel that you've been looking for. RodrigoTypo is actually Rodrigo Araya Slaas from Santiago de Chile. You can check out his amazing and fun collection of fonts at Creative Market.
With the holidays upon us, we see many lovely decorations and flowers pretty much everywhere we go. It's impossible to walk into a store of any kind without seeing an infiltration of the traditional red, green, and white. Some of my most favorite types of decorations come in the form of flowers.
The most traditional plant we see this time of year is the poinsettia.
Adding some holiday poinsettia's to your digital designs is a must this time of year.
Many other holiday arrangements include the use of red or white berries.
This small holiday tree is just darling. It's shaped like a Christmas tree, with red and white flowers intermingled, along with sweet candy canes as decorations.
Let's not forget about the Holiday wreath. They come in all shapes and sizes and are a great addition to any home or workspace to bring the holiday spirit to all who see it.
We hope you've enjoyed this collection into holiday flowers and decorations. What sort of holiday flowers are in your home?