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Dusan Cezek   |   http://behance.net/najboljidizajn

"A small pixel art gif project featuring ones of my favourite, not so main stream, movie scenes and comics."

Fluent and capable ideamaker, art director and digital creative thinker. Specialist in startlingly effective rich media advertising, strategy planning, development and execution of integrated campaigns, websites and email campaigns. 

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23 Feb

Dribbble: Shots of the week - 02/02/2014

Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.

Every Sunday TDB features favorite shots from random Dribbble profiles. Feel free to share your Dribbble profile here.

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2 Feb

Quote of the week - 27/01/2014

Anna Kövecses   |   http://annakovecses.tumblr.com

 Anna Kövecses, 25-year-old, Hungarian born graphic designer currently living in Cyprus. I started designing five years ago, since then I’ve had the chance to work on many exciting projects including posters, logos, brand identities, book covers, animations and many more. I’m doing a lot of creative projects with my little daughter which is super inspiring and I’ve also recently started to experiment with painting. Currently we live in a small Greek village close to the sea, where my boyfriend works as a diver and our daughter is slowly learning Greek in the local kindergarten.

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28 Jan

Miguel Montaner   |   http://miguelmontaner.com

Miguel has been developing his work as a professional illustrator since 2010, regularly contributing with press and other fields of illustration such as publishing, independent projects and publicity. He conceives illustration as a means of communication, a form of dialogue with the observer. Miguel gives his opinion and invites the observer to be submerged into the image, to reflect on it and to come to his or her own conclusions. He considers the conceptual value as the essence of the image. Therefore, he goes for simple and synthetic graphics in order to transmit the concept as efficiently as possible.

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22 Jan