Creative Digest Newsletter

Weekly updates for creative professionals

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What’s the big deal about Augmented Reality?

Nowadays, technology has advanced to such a level that the digital world has started to integrate with the real world. No, I’m not talking about the popular anime series Digimon.…

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5 graphic design jobs for those with a professional degree

As rightly said by Confucius, the 6th Century Chinese philosopher, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” There are many…

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Duplex Gallery announces Ryan Molenkamp exhibition in Portland, Oregon

Duplex Gallery is to show a Ryan Molenkamp exhibition at its Crouch Street location in Portland from 1st-30th September. From Duplex’s artist interview: “I’ve always been interested in how we develop…

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What is radical art today?

What is considered radical in art today has created a spiraling conversation with myself. My thoughts, mirroring my footpath while walking in circles at a few of the city’s galleries…

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Children’s book illustrator Catherine LaPointe on opening up new worlds

Catherine LaPointe is a New York-based freelance illustrator and designer, specialising in book cover design. She prefers working on books for “young humans” because that is the age when she…

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Harriet Horton announces Camouflage taxidermy and light exhibition in Paris

Taxidermist Harriet Horton has announced a new show, Camouflage, heralding a new wave of taxidermy that will head to Paris. The delicate craft of taxidermy has captivated a new wave of artists,…

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Devise a strategy for your creative business in 4 steps

Getting your business started and off the ground can be a tough task, but it’s certainly not impossible. Creative businesses are not much different to regular ones when it comes…

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An interview with Freelancer of the Year 2016 – illustrator Emmeline Pidgen

Fifteen of the best freelancers from across the UK gathered at The Hospital Club, London this June to hear who would be crowned winner at the annual IPSE-QA Freelancer of…

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Fantoche animated film festival to premiere Ma vie de courgette by Claude Barras

Fantoche animated film festival has announced that it is to start with a Swiss premiere on 6th of September: “Ma vie de courgette”, the first feature film by Claude Barras,…

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Interface design by Sebastian Mitchell

Sebastian Mitchell is a freelance user interface designer for web, mobile, and tablet. He’s designed interfaces for Conservation International, the UN FAO, and Nokia Brazil. I’m a user interface designer and front-end…

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Is augmented reality Snapchat’s cash cow?

Pokemon Go is said to be the first mass consumption of augmented reality (AR). Even though the mobile game from Nintendo is ranking more daily users than Twitter, let’s not…

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Is your creative work legal?

At school feeling someone peering over your shoulder to copy your hard work always made you feel so cheated. You were the one who put the hard work in, only…

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7 features your ecommerce site design should incorporate

An ecommerce website can be used to sell products or services, whether you own an existing bricks-and-mortar store or you are setting up a drop shipping business. As well as…

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“You have to be super organised with your time and your finances” – Ig Djuric

Ig Djuric was born in Yugoslavia in the Milošević dictatorship to a Croatian artist and a Serbian engineer. Ig shares his story of how be became an illustrator. As an…