Creative Update #165: Graphics for Games, Logos, Contests and Coffee

by Fred Showker

Fred Showker's Creative Update

Creative tidbits is a column in DTG Magazine featuring creative instpiration Welcome to the 24th year online and 26th year publishing DTG Magazine. Creative people write to say how much they enjoy this little column. We're trying to keep it short and sweet ... here we go: creative 2013 Search for Canada’s 150th logo stirs graphic design challengecreative 2013 Jessica is back ... this time : Starbucks!creative 2013 Teen starts home-based graphics business creative 2013 GRAND THEFT needs GRAND Typography creative 2013 Design Spec sometimes pays off . . . creative 2013 Deborah Sussman interview
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Jessica is back ... this time : Starbucks!

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We are blown away by this series of ads for Starbucks. She broke away from her usual look and feel to create these wonderful ads! Jess writes :
      "... was really fun—I love seeing my lettering made into physical things (especially when those things are delicious!)."
READ THIS REPORT Full story : jessicahische.is
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Search for Canada’s 150th logo stirs graphic design challenge

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Canadian graphic designers are flooding a new website with better ideas for a 150th birthday logo for the nation. Graphic designers came up with logos of their own to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, after seeing the ones the government has been showing to focus groups.
      Above you see Canada's attempt . . . now, see what the designers came up with . . .
READ THIS REPORT Full story : www.the150logo.ca
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Teen starts home-based graphics business

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So we hear a lot of complaints about the jobless but if you've got a little talent and get-up-n-go, you've always got a job . . .
      John M. Stuart, 16, son of Doug and Brenda Stuart of Pomeroy, started his home-based business at age 14, offering website services to the public. He has since branched out to include graphic design and computer tech support services to his growing clientele.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Parkersburg News
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NEXT: creative Amateurs Design Spec sometimes pays off . . . creative Amateurs Deborah Sussman interview creative Amateurs GRAND THEFT needs GRAND Typography

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