Here’s a guy who’s a big time Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fanatic and has a track record of cranking out an endless stream of quick and cool monsters created in spare time while on the move!
O.M.G - is that really 2014, hurtling towards us? Apparently so! Well hell, there’s nothing for it but to sit …
Using the simple tools of paint and brushes, the creation of hyperreal paintings is an artform that demands incredible patience and attention to detail. We look at 4 leading artists in this field.
The insanely talented Ree Treweek provides insights into the creative process that’s brought the misty otherworld of The Bog and the wild creatures featured on Postcards From Molotia to life, in our interview with her.
We salute the godfather of cartoon animation and the man behind Mickey Mouse, Ub Iwerks!
The votes are in, and the top 10 winners of our Sedgwick’s Old Brown ‘Share The Warmth’ design challenge have been announced!
19th century poison labels could be rudimentary at times, but the form and content adds up to great design.
Tall, dark and talented - or is that just dark and talented? We get to shoot some questions past the artist known only as Skullboy.
Create characters in Sedgwick’s Old Brown’s ‘Share The Warmth’ design challenge and you could win a share of R30 000, have your work printed on 15,000 collectibles, along with a link to your online portfolio!
Back in late 1970s Los Angeles a young illustrator started a cartoon strip named ‘Life In Hell’. His name was Matt Groening.
The top 3 winning designs of Interpret Durban 2013’s t-shirt challenge.
With over 50 year’s worth of prolific output, it’s easy to see why Osamu Tezuka is considered the ‘Godfather of Manga’.
Olly Moss’ minimalist designs have taken the design world by storm, and the future looks bright for one of England’s rising creative stars.
Coop - the man renowned for his buxom Devil Girls and his hot rod art - features on our blog today. Lap it up!
Though we see many of them every day, there are some really interesting stories behind some of the world’s most recognised logos.
Rock ‘n roll posters are an artform in their own right. We take a look at the formative years and the artist who were most influential in developing the design language.
Featuring the young hero who faces a never-ending series of misadventures, Tintin remains an outstanding example of the comic book format, and through the global wanderings of its lead characters, has brought knowledge of the world to all its readers.
Snowflake vector tutorial roundup
Ursus, the charcoal animation story of a bear, a little girl…and happiness.
Battle of the Best 2012: voting extended! You read that right - to give our Springleap designers even more recognition …
Inspirational vector illustration served up by Tuts plus
Springleap interviews South African illustrator and all-round cartoon prankster Alastair Laird
A tutorial for intermediate-grade designers, but whether you’re a pro or a beginner this tut still features important basics which are always worth being reminded of.
The creation of an illustrated logo can make or break a company’s identity. We serve up a handy tut to help designers crack this tricky part of designing for corporates.
Italian illustrator Giampaolo Miraglia interviewed on the blog, describing his style of design and the artists who’ve influenced him.
Jamie Hewlett, once known as the creator of tank Girl, is now no longer unfamous, thanks to being one of the two co-creators of Gorillaz. He can’t even go down to the shop for a pack of smokes anymore.
Creating as fine an impression as the craft beers they hold, Devil’s Peak Brewing Co’s packaging features some excellent design and illustration.
Since the dawn of time, the T-shirt has sustained Rockers. We take a look at some of the most iconic Rock ‘n Roll tees out there.
Coming out of Cape Town with his creative guns blazing, Ninjabreadboy’s output references the icons of street culture
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