The new Adobe Brush app lets you make custom brushes out of anything you can take a picture of: a line, a pattern or even your face. You can then save and use your brushes on Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and Photoshop Sketch.
Adobe’s concept video shows what it thinks will be the future of its applications in a world filled with touchscreens and mobile devices. The apps shown have convenient multitouch shortcuts and wireless interaction between devices.
Australian urban artist Michael Pederson sneaks in creepy messages in the nooks and crannies of Sydney. Some of them are humorous, some appear to be cries for help, while others are just plain frightening.
Moleskine re-releases its limited edition LEGO-themed notebooks. Available in three cover designs, each notebook comes with a LEGO plate on the cover, minifigure sketch guides and a set of LEGO stickers.
You might have assumed that the use of characters to create faces was a fairly recent development, but it turns out that printed smiley- and winky-faces have been around for hundreds of years. Unless they were a typo, that is.
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