World Graphic Designers Day

Being a designer I always feel that I’m gifted with super natural powers and sometimes I feel it’s a curse. I’ve made this poster by keeping this quote in mind: “I’m a designer not a fuckin screw designer” actually this is how most of the people treat creative minds; few things really make designers’ angry so treat them properly because I remember someone saying “Design is all about problem solving.” and that’s true, we are problem solvers and I take this chance to relate my thoughts with a screw driver.

World Graphic Designers Day

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World Graphic Designers Day

Okay! so whats this graphic designers day is all about and why it’s being celebrated?
It’s celebrated on April 27, the founding day of icograda in 1963.
Its an opportunity to recognize communication design and its role in the world.

Graphic design is a creative process, one most often involving a client and a designer, and traditionally completed in conjunction with producers of form. Graphic design is undertaken to convey a specific message to a targeted audience, usually from the client, known as the ‘brief’. The term “graphic design” can also refer to a number of artistic and professional disciplines that focus on visual communication and presentation.

Different strategies are utilized to make and join together words, images, and pictures to make a visual representation of thoughts and messages. A graphic designer may utilize a mix of typography, visual expressions and page layout procedures to process a balanced, focused and symmetrical rendered result.

Note: If you want you can use this as your profile picture/ Cover picture but make sure you give proper credits to the creator.

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Aditya Dhotre is a self taught designer, he had worked with a number of clients, both independently and through corporates. Sometimes, he was fortunate to teach and give lectures. He is fuelled by true passion, with an excellent eye for detail & craftsmanship. He is a creator of, where he encourages creative enthusiasts to convert their hobby into a creative ritual.

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