Month: May 2021


23 Energetic Game Fonts for Video Game Projects

Download FontToday we share to you the best game fonts that you can use while you create your video game. This collection includes various font styles which is applicable to different game themes. For example,

JiaHao Peng’s tender photographs document life’s fleeting moments – expect LA sunsets, beaches and lots of plants

Most recently, JiaHao created a zine collating the digital photographs he took between March 2020 and March 2021. The book features mainly photography of JiaHao and his husband as they navigate the pandemic and made

This year’s D&AD award winners see director Kim Gehrig take home the top prize, while AMV BBDO wins ad agency of the year

This year’s D&AD awards results have been announced with Kim Gehrig taking the top prize. The Somesuch director received the President’s Awards at last night’s awards and elsewhere, a total of 664 pencils were awarded

Yichin Chen creates a 50s fictional shopping catalogue confronting beauty norms

Yichin wants to address these biases, and the way society and some people push them onto others. Using her creative nose, the illustrator implemented a specific visual strategy to point how such shopping catalogues “are

D&AD has revealed the winners of its 2021 Awards

[embedded content] The winners, which were announced in two digital ceremonies over two nights, saw three Black Pencils – the award scheme’s highest accolade – given out, alongside 19 Yellow, 58 Graphite, 149 Wood and

Upbeat animation points out there’s no shame in periods

This is the area within which the charity Bloody Good Period works too, and alongside Mother ad agency and Strange Beast directors Anna Ginsberg and Caitlin McCarthy, it has released this uplifting animation which aims

The Native on the rise of Nigerian youth culture

Creative Insight Nigeria’s achievements as a cultural powerhouse are unsurprising given the scale of its potential reach. As well as being Africa’s most-populated country, with a population of over 195 million, it also has the

Pentagram’s Harry Pearce designs the brand identity for John Lewis’ new affordable range, Anyday

The design team’s intention was to create a look which completely contrasts John Lewis’ other brands. In this way, Anyday’s identity is a fresh injection to its current lines. Its stencil font and orange colour

Tagline Logo

The prior examples were great for showing logos with taglines that were not directly related to each other except for being connected through the company. The ‘got milk?’ slogan was originally used as an advertising