Tag: "feature"

Font of the Week - Bombshell

With so many beautiful typefaces out there, it can be hard to pick a standout font for your project. That’s why each week, we will be highlighting a single font that is currently available to license. Bombshell is one of those handwritten calligraphy fonts that draws its value from the 800+ glyphs including initial and […]

Natural Food Dyes: Colorful and Health Conscientious

Most of us are aware that food coloring contains harmful dyes; why else would they have bizarre, code-sounding names like Red #40 and Yellow #5, eh? All joking aside though, we barely think about it, but we consume various food dyes daily because they are found in a lot of processed foods in the United […]

Getting the Word Out to Local Customers Via EDDM

  Businesses want to inform as many people as possible about what they offer. One way to get exposure is by Every Door Direct Mailing (EDDM), a mail delivery service provided by the United States Postal Service (USPS). EDDM Retail is a cost-effective, simple, and easy-to-use mailing system that allows businesses to send 5, 000 […]

Make gifts extra special with these gift wrap ideas!

  Gift wrapping is an art form and through a little extra effort, it can transform a mediocre gift into an extraordinary one. The right wrapping can make a gift very memorable and give it a lot of personality, making it stand out and shine in a pile of gifts. Some companies understand this and […]

The Pocket Monkey: Little, Lightweight and Awesome

It’s a cellphone stand, a bottle opener, an orange peeler, a ruler, a letter opener, a screw driver and so much more. Plus, it fits in your wallet. What is this wonder tool? Nothing other than the Pocket Monkey, a 12-in-one, credit-card sized utility tool that was designed by the good folks over at Zootility […]

Recycle, Reuse, Reduce: Garbage has a beauty of its own.

Garbage is associated with things that are unwanted, wasted and deemed unnecessary by users, but that is not always the case. In fact, garbage can sometimes be a key material used for creativity. There are incredible artists who successfully create art by using recycled materials like Styrofoam, like Andrew Junge, who collected Styrofoam to create […]

Paint Life Grand: A look at new ways to decorate your walls!

You change the wallpaper on your laptop, PC, and cellphone all the time, but what about the other walls you see everyday, like your living room, bedroom, and kitchen? While changing the digital wallpaper on your technology might be easy, there are plenty of cool paint ideas available that will take your walls to the […]

"Wait, don't eat it yet!" 5 tips from a blogger for taking food pictures.

It’s not too uncommon to witness a person being stopped from taking the first bite of his or her dish at a restaurant by their counterpart so that he or she could take a photograph of the meal first. The art of food photography has become commonplace thanks to social media like Instagram and the […]

5 Clever Uses for Creative Design

Design is all around us. From the furniture in our homes to our cars and the places we visit, every choice we make is reflection of our aesthetic choices. Why not play with those choices to create a more enjoyable life for ourselves. That is exactly what these products do: from a new look on […]

Photography Tips from a Seasoned Magazine Photographer

Joe McNally has put in his time. McNally, who has been working in the industry for 30+ years and has done work for TIME, Newsweek, Entertainment Weekly, and countless other publications. In a recent interview posted on PictureCorrect.com, McNally shared with readers some of his tips for getting into the mindset of taking magazine quality […]