Aug 29 – Sept 11, 2010

September 11, 2010 § Leave a comment

022 – This week’s post (or maybe I should say “this bi-weekly post”…) is focused on so many designs lovelies — from clever designs to freebie downloads.

A list of 30 CLEVER LOGOS WITH HIDDEN SYMBOLISM at Bored Panda offers some unique branding with wonderful hidden messages.

It’s hard to choose favs but mine are Barcode, Café Click, Elefont, Yoga Australia, Twins and, well, Bipolar makes me smile.

via @boredpanda

ABDUZEEDO pulled together a GORGEOUS WIDE-ANGLE PHOTOGRAPHY for us all to take admire.

I’m especially fond of Jörg Dickmann’s photography. Truly a wonderful array of lighting, composition and special techniques…

~ photo by Jörg Dickmann

via @abduzeedo

CREATIVE FAN offers a sweeeeeet display of TOP 20 PLACES TO DOWNLOAD FREE PHOTOSHOP RESOURCES. There are so many awesome words in that title – don’t you agree?!

I’m a fancy fan of deviantART and 365psd is chockful of useful items – and a very cool premise, to boot.

So, check it out and download your free lit’l heart away.

via @Creative_Fan

And to follow along on that same idea… I’ve added some self-designed FREE DOWNLOWNABLE TWITTER BACKGROUNDS for any and all.

More designs to be addeded in the future but go ahead and take a gander in my online portfolio.

via @JenniferWilke

Have a great week…
~ Jennifer

“Talent is God given. Be humble. Fame is man-given. Be grateful. Conceit is self-given. Be careful.”
~ John Wooden

TAGS: logos, free, psd, photography, twitter backgrounds


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