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…It’s Website Wednesday: Could Be Me?

Could Be Me

Could Be Me is “a project exploring possibility of one artist occupying another’s space. It is a visual adventure and an interpretation of the same sentence by different artists worldwide”.

In less artsy speak, Could Be Me is a collection of images (now more than 100) done by different designers, illustrators and artists from all over the world that feature the phrase “It could be me, but it’s actually Paul Paper”.

Each design is done in the signature style of each artist, and is an interesting look into how different artists approach the same theme in very different ways.

[Could Be Me]

…Speakerdog Paper Toys are awesome?

Speakerdog Paper Toys

Speakerdog Paper Toys is a site filled with free paper toys that use two sheets of A4 paper and a bit of patience to make.

The designs were created by Ben the Illustrator and “a wonderful family of graphic designers, graffiti artists and illustrators from around the world” so there should be a design or two for everyone.

(If you like these, then you should also check out Cubeecraft.)

[Speakerdog Paper Toys]

[Ben The Illustrator – Speakerdog Paper Toys]

…Poolga knows good wallpapers?

Poolga

Poolga is the place to go for all of your iPhone and iPod Touch wallpaper needs.

The site collects unique wallpapers from a selection of designers and illustrators from around the world, and each submitter is hand selected to ensure quality.

[Poolga]

…It’s Website Wednesday: We Bleed Design?

We Bleed Design

Bryan Katzel is a graphic designer and illustrator, so it should come as no surprise that his own site, We Bleed Design, is a wonderful example of what’s possible with a bit of creativity and some coding mastery.

Be sure to scroll down for a lesson in the proper use of transparency.

[We Bleed Design]

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…You can design your own t-shirt?

T-Shirt Design Process

So you’ve seen the designs on Threadless, Design By Humans, or the numerous other t-shirt design submission sites that are out there and thought, “Hey, I can do that.”

Well then, chances are you probably can, but to do so, you’re going to need to know how.

To help you on this epic design quest, You The Designer has come up with a great guide called The Ultimate Guide to Designing Your Own Custom T-Shirts, and it’s filled with tips on all aspects of the submission process.

If you’re ready, then fire up Illustrator and click below:

[You The Designer – The Ultimate Guide To Designing Your Own Custom T-Shirts]