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    10 Free Japanese Paper Backgrounds

    A nice collection of 10 beautifully crafted Japanese decorative paper textures you can download and use for free, even in your commercial projects. Japanese papers are usually the first choice for origami and detailed paper craft. Now you can download and use these digital versions (scanned from real paper) in you web and print projects. […] More

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    Sour Mash Vintage Industrial Style Free Font

    Sour Mash by Yellow Design Studio is a 28-font all-caps typeface distilled from geometric, industrial and vintage letterforms. The regular versions are sharp and defiant while “grit” versions add a bit of prohibitionist nostalgia. Features include slab alternates, professional typographic features, extensive language support and double-letter ligatures to prevent duplicate texture in adjacent characters (for […] More

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    8 Free Spatter Brushes for Photoshop

    Download this messy set of 8 high-resolution spatter brushes for Photoshop by talented artist Eldar Zakirov. Brushes are compatible with Photoshop version CS and up. You can use them in commercial works but you can’t resell or redistribute them. More

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    Colorful, Dynamic and Vibrant Portraits Illustrations of Martin Satí

    Just as a ceramicist would smooth the harsh edges of clay, Martin Satí renders the supple contours of a subject’s face with sweeping motion. Thick drops of color form the light of a cheekbone or eyelid crease, and the swirling lines that overlay the Seville-based illustrator’s portraits add a dynamic element. Through implied movement, the […] More

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    30 Beautiful Free Paper Backgrounds and Textures

    Keep things simple with these 30 beautiful free paper backgrounds. Download gorgeous, free images of all kinds from Unsplash and spice up your website, desktop, or mobile. These backgrounds can be used for both personal and commercial projects without any limitations. Read the license terms here… More

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    Wacky Monsters Smirk and Grin in Fuzzy Alphabet Collection

    Lima-based graphic designer and illustrator Jose Arias has created a wacky cast of typographic monsters ready to cuddle you in their serifs and ascenders—Monsters Inc. meets the alphabet. Often smirking or baring a couple of teeth, Arias’s letter-based characters sometimes come adorned with coiffed hair, a gold crown, and a pair of headphones. Each has an alphabetic […] More

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    Dark, Dramatic and Colorful Portraits of Quilled Paper by Yulia Brodskaya

    For years Yulia Brodskaya has gravitated toward light backdrops for her densely quilled paper portraits. In recent months, though, the United Kingdom-based artist has started to utilize dark canvases, and has focused on thicker paper rolls and larger bends to create necessary contrast. Many of the vibrant portraits feature larger, three-dimensional swaths similar to brushstrokes, […] More

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    Beautiful Birds and Butterflies Crafted Using More Than 4000 Pieces of Paper

    Employing tweezers to place each bit of paper, London-based artist Lisa Lloyd meticulously assembles birds and butterflies. Her realistic sculptures feature geometric pieces that are arranged in a pattern by color and then glued in place. Lloyd’s birds are constructed internally with a card, paper, and tissue paper skeleton before they are outfitted with more than […] More

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    New Book Reveals Eerie Photographs from the Ruins of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    After embarking on both permitted and illegal ventures into the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, British writer and photographer Darmon Richter was able to document the ghostly ruins and abandoned structures throughout the hazardous region. He captures eerie Cold War-era relics in a series of mysterious photographs, including a paint-curling mural venerating Soviet heroes and the room […] More

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