Posts Tagged 'Design'

Living Room Mood Board

Living Room Mood Board, originally uploaded by Refined Designer.

I created this mood board with a warm contemporary vibe being the target end result. My goal is to recreate this look in our living room on a modest budget.

Waiting for Photoshop to Open…

(via @pixelle)

Fall Wedding Website Idea

Well, we’ve made a decision. We’re getting married in fall of 2010, rather than 2009. Being a web designer, of course I’ve already thought up a wedding website idea! I created a layout and color scheme that encompasses fall colors. What are your thoughts of the proposed website idea? What kind of navigation links do you think are most important on a wedding website? Comments are welcome!

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Dollar Bill Art

I came across a rather unique post on Twitter, “Art for a Dollar” thanks to @DivineCaroline. A tattoo artist by the name of Scott Campbell, has a signature style, which has been etched via laser beams into stacks of dollar bills. Check out a few of his designs:

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Check out the full post by DivineCaroline, “Art for a Dollar.”

Modern Home Decor

With design always on my mind, it’s hard not to scour the Internet for home decor. Here are a few modern pieces that I managed to find (click on image for more information). Feel free to link to your favorite pieces in the comments section!

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Pepsi’s Not-so-new Logo

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Photo caption credit goes to: Lawrence Yang '09

When Pepsi revealed their new logo in 2008, the general public had something to say about it. Many have speculated that Pepsi is taking Apple’s approach with the logo coming across as airy, crisp, and simple. PepsiCo has done a great job of re-branding the Pepsi logo over the years and should be thankful that it has not faced backlash like their Tropicana orange-juice brand. However, I, as well as many others feel that the product packaging of PepsiCo’s soda beverage market could be better designed, but I’ve already expressed my discontentment with that. I do know that Pepsi’s logo does not rub me the wrong way like Kraft foods’ new corporate logo. Overall, I’m okay with the stand-alone logo without the “pepsi” text. What’s your opinion?

Check out the very informative and interesting article by John McWade: “Does Pepsi’s New Logo Work?” hosted on DesignTalk over at Before & After: How to Design Cool Stuff. He talks about how Pepsi measures up to Coca-Cola’s success over the decades.

Construction Paper Art Like You’ve Never Seen Before

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Construction art like you’ve never seen before. I wonder how many hours Jen Stark put into these creations? Check out more at PJ LightHouse’s blog.



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