Johann Chan takes you through his creative process and shows how to design a magazine cover, add Pantone colours and spot UV varnishes.
Johann describes himself as a design person who does things like graphic design, photography, video and rides small bikes.
He has worked as art editor at Digital Arts, and contributed to magazines such as Ride, Level, Albion, Lodown Art and Cream.
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Tutorial: Add stylish ornaments to type
Learn the basics of adding ornaments to type using Illustrator techniques such as Live Trace and the Pathfinder panel.
Save on the expense of special finishes by mocking up effects such as foil blocks for the client beforehand.
Tutorial: Create a digital photo illustration
Bring a fashion magazine illustration to life with lighting effects and colour treatments
Take your first steps into After Effects with this beginner’s guide to motion graphics.
Learn to create an editorial illustration that represents a thriving Internet-driven digital business.
One of Digital Arts' favourite contributors Lizzie Mary Cullen has chosen the naked body as her new medium. We caught up with her to talk paint…
Studio Output unveils their new R&D project the Cartograph at the Pick Me Up exhibition in London
The magazine was created using the Mag+ platform, which allows interactivity to be added to digital publications in InDesign.
YCC 2013 teams up with Digital Arts to host talk with John Dower
We interview Jenny Theolin, the curator of a new exhibition featuring cat-related art - LOLCAT – teh Exhibishun
After a turbulent year Seb Lester is back with a new found passion in calligraphy with two stunning new prints.
Anna Mullin gives us an insight into the organisation of her new festive show
Bingo's hilarious Hate Mail postcards were collated into a book, and here are some photos from the book launch.
Digital Arts caught up with ex-Apple creative Ben Lewis to talk tech about hardware, documentary making, and capturing the essence of a rock band.
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Mark Ward Exhibition At the Beach in London
The Review is a competition celebrating innovation, and creativity within Print design. Amongst the attendees were an impressive line up of…
Central St Martins grad show has work that's incredibly good, often conceptually clear and even *gulp* commercial.
We catch up with London based illustrator Shan Jiang on leaving I Love Dust, illustration tips, and keeping personal work fresh.
Daydreaming with…The Hong Kong Edition, a groundbreaking multi-media exhibition of over 30 local and international award-winning artists, makes…