We've got another contest for our readership, and this time we're rewarding one random commenter with a bountiful source of graphic design inspiration! Imagine having 1000 fresh ideas at your finger tips spanning from books to brochures, invitations to menus, CDs to annual reports, and much more. Read more to find out just how easy it is to participate.
This contest has concluded and the winner is shown below!
Congratulations to Dustin Baker!
He has won the '1000 Graphic Elements' book.
How to Enter
To be eligible to win, all you need to do is leave a comment. Make sure to include your correct email address with your comment so that we can contact you. This giveaway is open worldwide, but make sure to get your comment in before midnight this Saturday, November 14th, 2009, Eastern Eastern Standard Time. We'll be announcing the winner next week.
Please note: Envato staff and people who have written more than two tutorials/articles for a Tuts+ site are not eligible to enter.
1,000 Graphic Elements: Details for Distinctive Designs, by Harvey, Wilson. Rockport Publishers, 2004.
Often, the small, delightful details make a piece shine, similar to the way unique buttons on a white shirt can give it an entirely new look. This book explores 1,000 of these embellishments available to graphic designers across all kinds of projects, from books to brochures, invitations to menus, CDs to annual reports.
Exacting photography, which is accompanied by credits outlining the vendors and materials used, focuses on these details. This book invites designers to literally shop for ideas. Content is organized by type; if you?re in the market for an unusual binding, turn to the bindings section to see a wide collection of fresh ideas.
Other topics covered include fasteners, graphics, unique materials, embossing, debossing, specialty inks, type treatments, interesting color usage, add-ons, die cuts, and much more.
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