All posts by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a designer and entrepreneur living in Washington D.C. I have a passion for designing, building, and executing products from start to finish. If you wish to hire me, please check out my portfolio:

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20 Futuristic Fonts

Typography has changed over the years. What was once just an additional element in a design now plays a pivotal role in visual communication. Even the most incredibly-designed website, poster or brochure will slip a few notches if the lettering...

/ October 9, 2015
Stubby Beer Bottles

40 Beautiful Vintage Packaging Designs

There are many products in the market today that are impeccably made and of high-quality, but still don’t make the news. On the other hand, there are some products that are mediocre at best, but are selling like pancakes because...

/ October 8, 2015

Deal: The Beautiful October Bundle ($29)

This month we have a great deal for you to take advantage of. It’s called the Beautiful October Bundle. This is a massive font bundle from TheHungryJpeg that’s available for only $29! This bundle includes 33 incredible fonts (plus two...

/ October 7, 2015

30 Aesthetically Pleasing Color Combinations

A visually-appealing color combination goes a long way in creating a seamless, inviting, and fun output. Regardless if you’re making the perfect palette for an event, a web layout, an interior design or a perfect outfit, the right color combination...

/ October 2, 2015

How to Identify Any Font

There are two things that I’m sure you do all the time. One is browsing the internet, and the other is walking around town. Regardless of what you’re searching for or where you’re going to, you come across all sorts...

/ September 30, 2015
Free Background Patterns for Websites-min

300+ Free Background Patterns for Websites

A website speaks of so many things. Other people may think that it’s just a place they land on where they can find real information about things that they are interested in. But it actually goes a whole lot deeper...

/ September 29, 2015