There comes a time when you go to launch Photoshop and realize that your trial period expired the day before. Instant dread. Well, today is a fabulous day, as Adobe has reset the clock for free trials on all of its Creative Cloud apps.
Despite there still being a place for old-school paper notebooks in anyone's life, Moleskine is ensuring its products stay relevant as we become more and more dependent on digital devices. Today it's introducing an Adobe Creative Cloud-branded Moleskine notebook and app that makes it easier to get your sketches,…
Search for Adobe in the App Store and you will find a slew of snappy-sounding apps. It can seem a bit disjointed, so starting today, Adobe is updating and re-organizing its mobile app lineup under the monikers of the desktop Adobe fare you know and love. There are also a few new ones to try out.
This is the work of young concept artist Seokin Chung, just out of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. I like his style—not only the aesthetics of his designs but his rough, simple, but very effective brushwork.
Vanja Mrgan has imagined what different famous characters would look like with beards. From Robocop to He-Man to Batman to Wario to Popeye to Porky Pig to Boba Fett to Snoo—Reddit's alien mascot—they all look quite cool. Some even better than the real thing (like Popeye, Wario, and even Batman!)
The only complaint I had about my new MacBook Pro 15 is now gone. Well, not all of them, but only the one about its gorgeous Retina display: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator are now both available with Retina display support. What a change!
Photography used to just create photos. But through post processing (like Photoshop and Illustrator), your photos can become incredible, inky drawings that you might never create by hand. For this week's Shooting Challenge, you'll draw with photos.
Robert Grossman is an illustrator, painter, sculptor, Academy Award nominated filmmaker, cartoonist, author—and yes, the creator of the iconic AIRPLANE! poster. We're honored to have this legendary illustrator as our Gizmodo Guest Artist this month.
Barely a month has passed since we welcomed our latest guest illustrator, Chuck Anderson, and now it's already time to say goodbye. We definitely enjoyed having Chuck join us for a while and hope you did as well.
You might've noticed some of Sam Spratt's photoshops, drawings, and illustrations on recent posts already, but we wanted to take a moment to officially introduce him to you. He's our contributing illustrator and will be sticking around for a while.
I'm pleased to note that our guest artist series continues. You've seen Nikki Cook's art along with a few pieces last week—and she's going to be around kicking ass through the month of July. Welcome, Nikki!
Barely a month has passed since I asked you to welcome Wendy MacNaughton, our guest illustrator, and now it's already time to say goodbye. We loved having Wendy around and will miss her very much.
Soon you'll start noticing some rather nifty illustrations on several of our posts. That's because we managed to convince artist extraordinaire Wendy MacNaughton to turn some of our thoughts into ink and water color drawings.
Like these ads but without the social commentary, these magnets can make a whiteboard full of photos look like a screenshot of Photoshop or Illustrator.
I've spent more than a month working with Adobe Creative Suite 4 Master Collection. I'm impressed. It pushes the envelope again with new tools and enhancements that will save a lot of time.
Content producers of pretty much any ilk were excited to get news of the highly refined, newly hardware-accelerated CS4 product line, but probably missed this key feature buried deep in the release notes: multitouch trackpad support. MacBook Air and late model MacBook Pro users can now pinch, spread, and twist in…
Today is one of those days that designers celebrate and dread: Adobe unveils its latest Creative Suite—Number 4—with new pro versions of Photoshop, Premiere, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, After Effects and more. Heavy users wait with bated breath to see if their desired tweaks have been added, knowing…
Over several months, one artist put roughly 40 hours of Illustrator drawing work into a piece called "Science Machine." And over that time, he had his computer screencap the project every five seconds. The result, along with some B-roll and a soundtrack, is what you see in this video. And despite a few issues with…