The weather is turning brisk, pumpkin-spiced everything is on the shelves and stores are swapping out colorful displays of oranges and yellows for reds and greens. The beauty of the seasons-to-come is emphasized in wonderful ways, especially with hand-lettered designs. Just as each Christmas gift is wrapped with care and presented with flare to that special someone, hand-lettering provides a unique and original presentation of a word or phrase to be enjoyed as a singular blend of art and design.
My fiancé and I LOVE to cook. It’s one of our favorite ways to spend time together, helping us connect creatively and indulge in the fruits of our labor. Because of this shared passion and our obsession with watching the Food Network, we decided that on our first anniversary we were going to throw our very own “Chopped” competition…
Symbols so good – they’re scary. Think of a Jack-o-Lantern and quick! What season is it? Is there any other time of the year where this symbol is used to convey something else? Nope. This symbol is so closely tied to one holiday, it has, in effect become part of Halloween’s “brand.” Using symbols to convey a universal message is as old as communication itself.
Located at 5322 DTC Blvd in Greenwood Village, Crave’s foundation is built with love for specialty coffee and for people of any gender, color, orientation or creed. At Crave Coffee Roasters they serve high-quality coffee with a sustainable mindset.
#trending. Ever feel like you can’t keep up with the trends? You’re not alone. Graphic design and media art is no different. Trends present some very unique challenges and opportunities for the professional graphic designer. What goes viral creates a movement, and our biggest temptation is to jump on the bandwagon too…right?