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  • Tent hunts for motion-graphics and video artists

    Tent London, the huge show in Brick Lane's Truman Brewery that is one of London Design Week's hubs, has issued a call for submissions from digital artists and other visual creatives who'd like to see their work broadcast as part of the show.

  • PhotoLibrary adds AGE FotoStock

    Stock image and footage library Photolibrary has announced a distribution agreement with AGE FotoStock, an international provider of rights-managed and royalty-free images.

  • LaCie releases LED-backlit monitors

    LaCie has began shipping its new 700 series of LCD monitors, which include the 20-inch LaCie 720, 24-inch LaCie 724, and the 30-inch LaCie 730.

  • Master Colors to add Pantone support to colour software

    Master Colors has signed a licensing agreement with Pantone that will provide the company the rights to integrate colours from the worldwide standard Pantone Matching System and the new Pantone Goe System into Master Colors' colour harmony software.

  • Pantone ColorMunki Create ships

    Pantone has began shipping the ColorMunki Create software-&-hardware bundle for monitor calibration and colour palette creation. Selling for a lower price than the ColorMunki Design version, it pairs the same ColorMunki Create software with an Eye-one monitor calibrator. Slightly confusingly, this is included instead of the ColorMunki Design's innovative monitor, printer and colour capture device that's become known as the ColorMunki.

  • Pantone launches GoeBridge coated and updates Color Cue

    Pantone has announced two new products that extend the Pantone Goe System: Pantone GoeBridge coated and Pantone Color Cue 2.1. Pantone GoeBridge lets creatives visualise and evaluate how the more than 2,000 solid colours in the Pantone Goe System will reproduce in CMYK on coated paper.

  • RE:Vision Effects releases Video Gogh 3

    RE:Vision Effects has shipped the latest version of the Video Gogh plug-in, which turns videos into moving paintings, using optical flow technology to move brush strokes without stuttering artifacts. Video Gogh 3 opens up other possibilities in motion graphic design by introducing the option for users to define their own brushes, which may be animated. Version 3 adds a substantial amount of new visual effects opportunities that many have requested over the years.

  • DEADLINE EXTENDED: Made and Sold book project

    The deadline for submissions to a new book on graphic designers, artists, illustrators and other visual creatives who are earning income from their personal projects has been extended to September 1.

  • DEADLINE APPROACHING: International Design Awards 2008

    Graphic designers, Web designers, animators and multimedia designers with a recent project that deserves recognition have until this Saturday (August 30) to submit work to the a href='http://www.idesignawards.com/08/enter_your_design.html' target='_blank' >International Design Awards 2008.

  • Digital Arts September hits the shelves

    The latest edition of Digital Arts arrives in the shops today, bringing you an experts'-eye view on the weird and wonderful world of character design and tips to help you design your own – potentially lucrative – characters.

  • Behind the scenes on Kylie's new video

    The promo for Kylie's new single, The One, is a sexy, glamorous piece in black-and-white with flashes of primary colour and the pint-sized diva at her most sultry.

  • DEADLINE APPROACHING: Made and Sold book project

    Grapjic designers, artists, illustrators and other visual creatives who are earning income from their personal projects have a week left to submit work for inclusion in a book by multi-disciplinary studio [email protected], provisionally titled Made and Sold: Graphic Designers' Sidelines.

  • Adobe announces Design Achievement Award Winners

    Adobe has announced the winners of the eighth annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards, recognised as one of the world’s premier student design and film competitions. The awards honour the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers and computer artists from renowned educational institutions around the globe. This year marked another record in submissions for the prestigious awards, with more than 2,700 students from 33 countries competing in the programme.

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