FreeStack – Collection of Free Design Tools & Resources for Graphic Designers

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Reggae Record Covers: Photo Series by Alex Bartsch

In his latest project, “Covers: Retracing Reggae Record Sleeves in London” photographer Alex Bartsch has thoroughly researched and identified the original locations of the cover photos on 42 reggae records. He then proceeded to photograph them on location.”By meticulously matching the record sleeves with their background, Alex has created a fascinating series that represents not only serious patience and eye for detail on his part, but also paints a picture of the history of London’s reggae scene.The records were originally photographed in various, largely obscure places around London between 1967–1987, and were selected for the project by Alex from his own record collection. To find the shoot locations Alex and Al Newman – founder of One Love Books which is aiming to publish the series – embarked on an arduous investigation to track down the artists, label owners, photographers and anyone else involved.”Alex is currently running a campaign on Kickstarter to turn the project into a book. More details here.More photography inspiration via It

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Elegant Dimensional Renderings of Animals and People by Maxim Shkret

Moscow-based illustrator Maxim Shkret conjurs the flowing hair of people and the tangled fur of beasts in this lovely ongoing series of digital illustrations. Mixing a unique method of 3d modeling with carefully applied shadows, each piece evokes the form of a paper-like sculpture. You can see more

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Carbon Warfare | invest today, burn tomorrow!

Carbon Warfare is the strategy game that lets players destroy the Earth by pushing humans to generate mass carbon emissions, raise the global temperature, and ignite catastrophes that could wipe-out the largest cities on earth. Beware, as the global populace is not so naive – hopeful Earth destroyers must plan a strategy carefully to manipulate the media for persuading public opinion as well as adapt to political and environmental changes until destruction comes! With an underlying scientific climate equation created by environmental economist Dr. Yoram Bauman, players are sure to experience hours of entertainment in a provocative and satirical, yet realistically-modeled simulation genre.

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Unified Design Systems: Making cohesive products in an ever expanding platform ecosystem

unifiedJoin Designer Hangout and Chris Hall, Sr. Manager, User Experience Design at eBay in a conversation about Unified Design Systems.As the Head of eBay’s Human Interface Group, Chris leads – Join Jake’s Crowdcast on Tue Nov 22 2016 7:30 pm EST

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Artist Vincent Bal Turns the Shadows of Everyday Objects into Ingenious Illustrations

Belgian filmmaker and illustrator Vincent Bal works within the confines of long shadows of everyday objects resting in the sunlight to create a wide range of whimsical doodles. The shadow of a film canister becomes a forbidding tower, or the filaments of a lightbulb cast a dramatic backdrop as a sta

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Wretched Beauty

The Interactive Showcase Site of Artist, Writer, Realist ‘Lyndsey Belle Tyler’. Inspired by the truth behind the facade and ferociously devoted to the gritty subtext (Even when it’s tough to look at). ‘Who are you being today?’

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