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New Year's Eve is less than a week away! To celebrate, I thought I'd cheers you Every-Tuesday style with a couple of cocktail glasses created in Adobe Illustrator. This tutorial

Before we hit the end of the year, I was brainstorming ideas for winter themed illustrations, and mittens seemed perfect. I love how easy they are to make your own:

I've been breaking out my watercolors a bit more lately and have found myself painting a lot of autumn and winter themed illustrations. I thought I'd change things up a

It's time for your free May 2017 desktop wallpapers! This month's (May flowers) wallpaper was created using this Winsor & Newton watercolor pan set with a no. 1, no.4

It's time for your free April 2017 desktop wallpapers! This month's (April showers) wallpaper was created using this Winsor & Newton watercolor pan set to carefully drip different colors on this

It's time for your free March 2017 desktop wallpapers! I apologize for the tiny delay in this one going up - we had to move all of the site's content

It's the last Thursday in January, which means it's time for your free February 2017 desktop wallpapers! This month's wallpaper was created with a Micron 05 (.45mm), scanned in and vectorized in Illustrator.

I’ve always thought that Valentine’s Day is, by far, the most fun holiday to make (or buy) and send cards for. I mean, what could be better than showering your

With holiday “thank you” card writing winding down and Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I’ve been making a ton of trips to the stationery aisle at Target, bouncing back and

Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone! I know it’s so cliche, but can you believe it’s almost 2016?! It seems like just yesterday that we were ringing in 2015 with champagne toasts

Happy Tuesday! As we approach Thanksgiving month, I thought Katherine's request for a tutorial on feathers in Illustrator was a great idea this week. Since no style was specified in

Spence doodled out this adorable Frankenstein the other day and I just had to bring it to life in Illustrator! Since flat illustrations/icons are still very popular these days,