Robintek Photography has a new website design! Visit our new website to learn more about the services that Robintek Photography has to offer. From wedding photography to product photography and much more, Robintek is your one stop for all of your photography needs. Check out our new site at RobintekPhoto.com
Because photography captures some of the most significant subject matter and deeply personal moments for our clients, getting to know who you are is very important to us. It’s part of what makes our work so special. More than anything, we want you to feel comfortable with who we are, how we think, and what we can do for you.
Check out these cool website designs featuring cartoon characters! Posted by Line 25!
“These sites have a fun personality which is a welcome contrast to the vast range of serious web designs we see on a daily basis. Today’s showcase features 20 fun websites that all feature cool cartoon characters.”
Check out this colorful collection of illustrations featuring major cities from around the world, posted by Specky Boy!
“Mexican artist Aldo Crusher has recently designed an inspiring collection of illustrations of all the major cities of the world, entitled “Cosmopolis“. He has combined his unique conceptual illustration style, which is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, and shapes to represent buildings and famous monuments of each metropolis, with beautiful colors.”
Check out these mobile app designs that features nicely done graphs and charts posted by Web Design Ledger!
“Charts, graphs and counters don’t take too much space, but have amazing ability to show off a huge amount of information in a briefly form. And all mobile users appreciate it a lot, as small mobile screens require their own rules.”
Check out this logo we created for the Southeastern High School Marching Panthers!
Have a look at some of the logos we’ve created for our clients!
Check out these prime examples of Custom Lettering posted by Abduzeedo.
These beautifully crafted, intricate branding and lettering designs were created by art director and designer, Kevin Cantrell.
“…I have lived in Germany, South Africa, Brazil, New York and Utah. This diverse upbringing has helped me understand brand ethnographic influences. When crafting a brand, I focus on core principles, with an emphasis on typography, to strategically and elegantly communicate a story that resonates with the audience.”
Check out these captivating Branding and Lettering Works here!
Photo Manipulation is that process of changing an original photograph and manipulating (changing) it into a photograph that is unlike the original peace. With that being said please take a look at these spellbinding examples of photo manipulation by Ukraine artist, Oleg Oprisco. This fine art photographer captures the whimsy and beauty in everyday moments in life. If you’re interested in learning more about this artist check out his interview with Photographylife.com. Enjoy!
Improving visibility is very difficult task to accomplish as a freelance designer. This makes it hard to gain more work and experience. To help out with this, check out this post about improving your visibility on Twitter by Vandelay Design!
“One of the best ways for freelance graphic designers and web developers to gain exposure online is with social media. Twitter is an especially successful avenue simply because it is such a common platform. Freelancers, big and small businesses, non-profit organizations, retailers, individuals – Twitter is full of world-wide activity, across every industry.”
Here is a great showcase of different typography sketches to help inspire you. Check them all out here.
“Often we’re critical about the end design, but behind the scenes a lot of process go to work, and one of which is sketching.”
Here is a showcase of some typography illustrations for your inspiration.
“Once style of typography that really inspires me is hand lettering that is manipulated to form a complete illustration. These hand crafted pieces of art blend typographic content with illustrated elements to reinforce a message.”
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