Photoshop Madness Meets Designing Women

by Staff

Photoshop Madness, Fred Showker surfs the web in search of good Photoshop stuff

PHOTOSHOP MADNESS for Designing Women PHOTOSHOP MADNESS is where you practically go mad trying to find the most useful stuff for Photoshop! However, the latest Photoshop Madness surf was pure pleasure -- this time we did NOT encounter any spam, replicator or predator sites ... we are celebrating Women's History Month with . . .
* Leia : screenprinting art for the locals
* strawberryLuna : Female Designers
* Mary of Time, space and quality
* Lauren Rolwing Graphic Mischief
* Anna Grosh: typographic design
* Melinda Beck : lovable fun!

UGNN SafeNetting As always, we caution you -- be careful what you click, and where you click. We always attempt to refer you to good, clean stuff -- but malware, phishing, stalker and predator links are abundant in many sites these days. Whatch those little popups in the text. Just stay on the tutorial / content paths and you'll be okay.

Anna Grosh: typographic design

... part of the 18th Annual Designing Women issue

Anna has some superb art going on and makes a divine blend of typography and design illustration!
      She finished her first masters in Moscow at the Open Social Academy of Design and now she's in the process of getting her second masters in graphic design at the Academy of Art University. She specializes in typographic design, illustration and graphic design.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Anna Grosh
click for video or screen capture See for more details!

Lauren Rolwing Graphic Mischief

... part of the 18th Annual Designing Women issue

That's the title of the article about in the Nashville Arts online . . . "In many ways, illustrator Lauren Rolwing embodies her art. Her uncluttered compositions hold an undercurrent of playfulness and whimsy beneath.... "
      We agree 100%. See posters, they're fantastic
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Lauren Rolwing : Design & Illustration
click for video or screen capture See for more details!

Leia : screenprinting art for the locals

... part of the 18th Annual Designing Women issue

Leila has an interesting story that begins as a child and ends up as a prolific graphic arts creator and printer. While her paintings are somewhat primitive, her posters are fun with a graphic quality all their own!
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Leila Bell
click for video or screen capture See Cafe Press"

NEXT : Mary of Time, space and quality

... continues on the next page!


great deals on vector graphics