Finally, we have a quick tutorial on creating a Retro Graphic / Poster in Photoshop for your Social Media Posts.
One of the challenges of design education is to explain the concept of ‘Simplification’ or creation of ‘Minimal Design’. In principle, it involves usage of essential elements, getting rid of every unnecessary element from the design. It also involves limiting the total number of elements and colors used in the design. Michal Krasnopolski just helped the cause.
Paramount Pictures just completed its 100 years! To celebrate this mammoth milestone, they asked the California based design studio DKNG, run by Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman, to create a limited edition screen print featuring 100 of their most iconic movies
Last week I came across a great set of geometric posters. Soon, I thought of documenting the process of creating a similar poster and share this tutorial with the readers of Pixelonomics. The implementations of this tutorial are far beyond than just creating a poster.
Let’s get started with our poster. The first thing that needs our attention is the size of our poster. Considering it is a poster, there are good chances that we will eventually print it.