Month: October 2017

Touche Amore – Featured Image

Touché Amore – Stage Four

October 17, 2017

Touché Amore has been one of those bands since the moment I heard their first album “… to the beat of a dead horse” chock full of throaty angst, fast-paced guitar riffs and blast beat styled drumming, I was hooked. Their next album “Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me” arose a more polished and…

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Artist Profile: Tim Tadder

October 16, 2017

Tim Tadder is one of those influential artists who’s portfolio of photography work is just completely incredible. His work’s high contrast, deeply dramatic and energetic feel is perfect for sports photography which is very prominent in his portfolio. His client list includes high-profile brands such as the NFL, Under Armour, New Era, etc… Check out…

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Photoshop CC Keyboard Shortcuts

October 12, 2017

Not going to spend a ton of space here talking about these, however, I will say this: if you want to save hours if not years of your life learn as many of these keyboard shortcuts if you don’t know them by now. When you think about your freelance business and how much you charge…

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Push & Pop

October 11, 2017

I have ONE game on my phone, it’s Push & Pop and it’s for good reason. I will get into a mood where I will just forget EVERYTHING and master a game. The problem I have with such games is that after you beat one the result is the same for me: I wasted two…

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Geometry Daily

October 9, 2017 is a blog dedicated only to geometric designs. The power of these designs are their simplicity in an otherwise complicated saturation of content in the graphic design inspiration space. Tilman that creates all of the work and from what I’ve read he does one rendering a day. He also runs a journal tumblr blog simply…

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Gary Vaynerchuk

How Often Should You Post on Social Media

October 5, 2017

If you need a quick idea on is there too much content you can post on social media here’s, entrepreneur and social media expert, Gary Vaynerchuk’s perspective on the topic. Spoiler Alert: the short answer is NO. He goes way in-depth on how and why you’d put out certain content on certain platforms and how their…

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Audible – Featured Image


October 4, 2017

I’m a visual learner. As an artist I’m used to learning by practice and attribute most of it from my hands on learning process. Reading has always been tedious and my mind usually drifts to a point where my eyes are scanning the sentences and I’m completely in another world. Enter a dilemma that needed…

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