Posts in Category "Designers"

January 28, 2016

A Glimpse Beneath the Mask

Paul Douard, product and graphic designer from France, joined forces with Victor Vergara, art director from Colombia, to collaborate on Elemental Masks. The two illustrators share a similar passion for vector art and Adobe Illustrator — and the results are wonderful!

Elemental Masks by Paul Dourad and Victor Vergara

Elemental Masks by Paul Dourad and Victor Vergara

Vegetal Mask by Paul Dourad

Vegetal Mask by Paul Dourad

Find out more about the project in this post on the Creative Cloud blog, and be sure to check out more of their their work on Behance!

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May 14, 2014

The Adobe Illustrator Story

When Adobe Illustrator first shipped in 1987, it was the first software application for a young company that had, until then, focused solely on Adobe PostScript. The new product not only altered Adobe’s course, it changed drawing and graphic design forever.

Watch the Illustrator story unfold from its beginning as Adobe’s first software product, to its role in the digital publishing revolution, to becoming an essential tool for designers worldwide. Interviews include cofounder John Warnock, his wife Marva, artists and designers Ron Chan, Bert Monroy, Dylan Roscover and Jessica Hische.

You can watch the full movie below or view it by chapters after the jump.

The Adobe Illustrator Story — full movie


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March 11, 2014

Grain Edit Interview with Javier Garcia

Sketches for "Hail to the King"

Sketches for “Hail to the King”

"Hail to the King" poster by Javier Garcia

“Hail to the King” poster by Javier Garcia

Born  and raised in México, Javier Garcia is a San Francisco-based graphic designer,  illustrator, and avid collector of all things modern.

Check out his interview on Grain Edit,  see more of his work on his portfolio site, and be sure to visit his blog  about vintage modern design & illustration, No Barcode.

The images here provide a glimpse into Javier’s design process, going from sketch to finished artwork, but the Grain Edit interview gives you a deeper look into his workflow as well as his passions for design and more. Check it out!

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January 7, 2014

“Reality Reborn” by Don Clark of Invisible Creature

Just in time for the New Year, we’ve a special treat for illustration fans: a new Illustrator CC sample art piece, created by Don Clark of Invisible Creature.

Detail of "reality Reborn"

Image detail from “Reality Reborn”

From an early love of skateboarding and snowboarding to founding a punk rock band with his brother Ryan in the 1990s, Don Clark has moved through life embracing his passions. Eventually, Don turned his attention to design.

In 2000, Don and his brother again joined forces: this time bringing their creative vision and illustrators’ touch to developing album covers, posters, and logos for many of the musicians they’d met throughout their music careers.




Don and Ryan Clark of Invisible Creature

Don and Ryan Clark of Invisible Creature

13 years later, Don still does some work on music packaging—even having garnered Grammy nominations along the way— but that’s now just part of the focus of Invisible Creature, the highly successful creative firm Don runs with Ryan.





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December 4, 2013

Michael Cina Interview on Grain Edit

Design. Process. And the evolution of a career.

Ghostly International's "SMM" Compilation front cover by Michael Cina

Ghostly International’s “SMM” Compilation front cover by Michael Cina

Graphic design, painting, photography, type design — Michael Cina’s work has spanned most every medium in his career as artist and creative director, and has made him an inspiration for a generation of younger designers.

Check out his latest interview on Grain Edit to get a unique take on his work and creative process.

You can see more of Michael’s work on the Cina Associates site.



Ghostly International's "SMM" Compilation back cover by Michael Cina

Ghostly International’s “SMM” Compilation back cover by Michael Cina

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