Top 10 Websites

This is a list of my Ten favourite Website, that i have searched for that i like to look at. Some of these websites are websites that i use all the time.

  1. Illustration Web
  2. Central Illustration
  3. Flickr
  4. D&AD
  5. PSD. Tuts Plus
  6. Best Photoshop Tutorial
  7. Creative Review
  8. Illustration Friday
  9. The AOI
  10. AIGA

1.                      www.Illustrationweb.com.

Illustration web represent the best illustrations and animators in the world so that you can use the freshest talent for your advertising, design, TV or publishing projects. Illustration web is an experienced agents. “Illustration Web” is a variety of different illustrations which you can search for. To use “Illustration Web.com” you simply browse the artist by name or flick through the style galleries first to narrow down your options. As you browse you can use “MyScrapbook” to store illustrations you like. You can then save them, print them, share them with other, or use them to “Get A Quote”. They have been represented with talent since 1929 when we were based in Covent Garden. They were known as the Kathleen Boland studio and later the garden studio under Jon Havergale. Since the very beginning they represent the world’s leading illustrations from Frank R Grey in the 1930’s, who illustrated the Jane Tupin stories by Evadne Price, to the outstanding collection of illustrators, still image and moving image artists we represent today.

 

 

2.                      www.centralillustration.com

Central Illustration has been going since 1983. Central Illustration is most specialist in brush, mouse, installation and animation. Central Illustration is made up of 5 people. The five of the “Central Illustration” include:-

  • Brian Grimwood- The Boss- Acclaimed artist and founder of the agency, Brian remains a heavyweight influence on the look of British illustration.
  • Benjamin Cox- The MD of agency comes from an art school background and spends his days dreaming up new creative marketing ventures and copying with an office full of girls.
  • Jules Beazley- Qualified designer and lead agent, the lovely Jules propels CIA to new height with her inimitable brand of brains, energy and charm.
  • Alica McCarthy- Every ship needs a rudder and the vibrant and vivacious Ms Carthy keeps us all in tune with the broader cultural universe while keeping the CIA machine.
  • Sarah Johnson- Someone has to balance the books, but even the CIA bean- counter is a rather wonderful fine art painter and cultural known- it- all.

3.                      www.Flickr.com

Flickr is one of the best online photograph management in the world. Flickr helps people with their Blog of moments captured on their camera phone. They show off their best pictures or videos to the whole world. They secure and privately share photos of their kids with their family across the country, they do this and more!. Flickr get photos and videos from the system by many ways such as web, mobile devices, user’s home computers, other software devices and any other sources that the haven’t yet thought of. Flickr is the WD-40 that makes it easy to get photos or videos from one person to another in whatever way they want. Flickr is an easier way to store your photos and you can make it easier so that no one can see your photos.

4.                    www.dandad.org

D&AD- Home of the talented and skilled, the imagnative and the curious, the restless and the bloody minded. Commercially savvy, sometimes romantic, often cynical and occasionally rather weird. A source and inspiration, interesting people to talk and nice things to look at. All creative life is here. In 1962. A group of designers and art directors come together to celebrate creative communication and raise standers within their industry. Amongst the group are David Bailey. Terence Donovan and Alan Flectcher. They call themselves British Design&Art Direction and the following years they organize their first Awards events and they are picky. From 2500 entries they select just 16 pieces of work to receive the soon to be covent Yellow Pencil.

5.                      www.PSD.tutsplus.com

PSDtutsplus is a blog. It is full of the best photoshop tutorials around. They publish tutorials that not only produce great graphics and effects, but eplain the techniques behind them in a friendly, approachable manner. PSDTutsplus hopes that who ever reads or listen to this site, that they will pick up on a little bit of information that they did not know. You can also write into the site if you want to post a Tutorial Lecture on the site, to make other people learn what you know.

6.                          www.//bestphotoshoptutorials.net

Bets Photoshop Tutorials is an amazing resource for people who enjoy using photoshop. the Best Photoshop Tutorials site shows tutorials on how to use brushes and inspiration article- including interviews with artist show casing their work of Art. The goal of the gallery and blog and is to review and select creative and  useful works to inspire our readers. The website is interested in Designers, photoshop professionals, and artists who want to share their work. The blog was set up because they wanted to make the site up to one of the best resources for people who love Photoshop, and the result is a blog rich with useful information presented in a gallery fashion that’s easy to navigate. You can also post up on the website a tutorial on how to use photoshop and skill that you have made.

7.                           www://www.creativereview.co.uk

Creative Review magazine was launched in ;London in 1980. They have subscribers in over 80 countries and readers online in over 120. Creative Review aim is to inspire, inform and stimulate debate among the readers in Graphic Design, advertising, digital media, illustrations, photography and all other fields of visual communication worldwide. You can subscribe to the magazine. The website extend the content to embrace filmed Report and interviews(in the CRTV section), the CR Blog and Feed, the showcase section which allows registered users of the site to upload their work appers alongside projects chosen by CR editorial staff. The Creative Review website was designed and built by Bureau for Visual affairs. They run three major rewards schemes- The Annual, the Photography Annual and the latest, the Illustration Annual.

8.                              www.illustrationfriday.com

Illustration Friday is weekly illustration challenge. A topic is posted every Friday and then participants have all week to come up with their own interpretations. The design should be uploaded by Thursday night so that people could view and post on Friday. The Topics are picked each week from a list of suggestions that have been emailed by participants. Another helpful part of Illustraion Friday is the art forum where you can ask lots of question about illustration and you can get feedback on it. Also every one image is chosen at random from a list of Designers and is put on display on the home page of “Illustration Friday.” Illustration Friday was created by illustrator Penelope Dullaghan. Brianna Privett is the genius who helps with the technical side.

9.                                   www.Theaoi.com

The AOI was established in 1973. The AOI was designed to advance and protect illustrations right and encourage professional standards. “The AOI” stand for “Association of Illustrators.” The AOI is a non-profit making trade association dedicated to its member’s professional interests and the promotion of illustration. Members consist primarily of free lance illustration as well as agents, clients, students and lectures. The AOI is run by an administrative staff responsible to a volunteer council of management. The AOI deal with:- Campaigning, information and support services, portfolio advice, varoom the journal of illustration and made image, publications, client directories, business advice, discounts, legal advice, students and new illustrations, online portfolios, events, membership, website and image website.

10.                                    www.AIGA.org

AIGA stands for the professional association for design, stimulates thinking about design, demonstrates the value of design and empowers the success of designers at each stage of the career. AIGA Mission is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force. AIGA was founded in 1914. AIGA remains the oldest and largest professional membership organization for design. AIGA is a non profit, 501(C) (3) education. AIGA is now represents more than 20,000 design professionals. Educators and students through national activities and local programs developed by 65 chapters and 200 students groups.

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