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  • 20 free font resources from PicMonkey.

    20 Free Font Resources to Improve your Designs

    The open-source type movement is about giving tools away, about ending the monopolies on creativity. In that spirit of giving, we’ve assembled a list of 20 free font resources. That translates to thousands of fonts made by talented, professional, hard-working designers from around the world. Also, make sure you know how to...

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    Gender Shmender: Photography Survey Tells All

    Nobody wants to be a stereotype. No one describes herself as a typical rich snob, or your average absent-minded professor. But gender stereotyping may be more deeply ingrained. Time to check your assumptions: PicMonkey’s photography survey revealed some fascinating details about how women and men approach photo editing and social sharing. Who’s...

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  • Tutorial: Retouch Photos with the Eye Effects

    The eyes, a.k.a. the windows to your soul, are the most important part of any portrait. But sometimes they’re caught in a blink, a cross, an “uuuhhhhhhhh what?” moment that betrays your typical beauty. Which is why, dear eyeball-havers, we’re making sure that yours always look their best with this tutorial on...

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  • 5 quick and dirty tips to amp up your product photos

    Our Top 5 Basic Product Photography Tips

    by Beryl Ayn Young If you’re a creative blogger or online shop owner, you know just how important quality product photography will be to your bottom line. Your potential customers want to see your product before they buy, and since they can’t pick it up and physically see it for...

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  • 10 Superhero Origin Stories Told with Emoji

    Emoji is the universal language, so to preserve the legacy of these modern-day myths, we’re telling superhero emoji origin stories. 1. The Hulk Image via EntertainThis. 2. The Flash Image via ComicVine. 3. Daredevil Image via ComicVine. 4. Spider-Man Image via Alex Maleev. 5. Captain America Image via RoyReport. 6. Green...

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  • Get the Look: Pop Art

    In 1962, Andy Warhol released the Marilyn Diptych. In a coupla minutes, you’ll be able to turn any of your photos into a pop art masterpiece. The first example will be a screamingly cool pop art effect collage, complete with enough colors to give the ‘60s a run for...

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