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How To Block a Freshly Printed Poster

We will be doing something different today, all the tutorials that we usually see and read is digitally based. I have decided I am going to do a tutorial on How to Block a Freshly Printed Poster. I will walk you through the steps in a easy understandable way so

Interview with Jacob Gube From Six Revisions

Today we have a special guest in our Interview seat and its Jacob Gube from Six Revisions and Design Instruct. Jacob has been a inspiration to thousands of people around the world through his blog Six Revisions and continue to impress with new content. We here at Creativeoverflow asked Jacob

Inspiration: Experimental Typography

As designers we love to experiment in different dimensions and typography is definitely one of the favorite areas.Alex Varanese Portfolio a Artist from San Francisco in the US has done a exceptional job in experimenting with different shapes and lighting positions to come up with a awesome collection of type

10 Tutorials for Creating Beautiful Photo Effects

Every Photographer has a dream of going professional one day  but, without the proper training or eduction in the photography field the actual chance that you will turn professional is very dim. That’s why I have rounded up a few photo effects that you can use on your photos to

Logo & Type 08-09 Inspiration

Logo & Type 08-09 is created by Keith Williams and showcases his logo and typography creations since 2008 until 2009. Keith is a talented designer and definitely has a eye when it comes to print detail and design. His unique style also makes him stand out from the rest of

How To Fully Secure Your WordPress Blog

As most of you might have noticed, Creativeoverflow was hacked Friday morning 11th of December. It took me a entire day to get everything back up to date and working correctly again but, everything is back to normal now though. I decided to write this article to help you protect yourself

20 Portfolio Designs To Blow You Away

Portfolios are definitely one of those things that every designer/freelancer should have. Its the number 1 thing on “every designers to do list if they don’t have one yet” too. If your on the brink of redesigning your portfolio or if your just sifting around for inspiration this article is