Featured Business Review: Stay – Dog on a Hot Tin Woof

by Arthur Piccio January 19, 2011

Love, relationships, quarter-life angst, desperate alcohol-fueled fits of online shopping, and a German Shepherd, these are not the elements you would typically find in a romantic novel. Nevertheless, the pooch loving, coffee guzzling, asparagus hating, Allie Larkin’s first foray into fiction has resonated with many readers — not all of them dog lovers.

39 Rock Band Stickers We’d Actually Go Moshing For

by admin January 19, 2011

More often than not, calling one’s self a fan of a band means more than just loving the music. For die-hard fans, it also means embracing the band’s image. -Remember the mop top haircuts because […]

10 Inspiring Church Door Hangers and Other Design Related Tips

by admin January 17, 2011

Are you into Church marketing? If so, you would know first hand that many people who will hear you will not listen. Some will not even give you a glimpse. Expect to be mocked, even. […]

Print Banner Designs: 11 Examples to Get Your Message Through

by admin January 13, 2011

Make banners do the talking for you. They are definitely fun to design and much more fun to put up. They help spread your message to passers-by or to the people who go to an […]

25 High Speed Photos to Pump Up Your Large Format Poster Designs!

by Arthur Piccio January 10, 2011

Alright, first thing’s first- the following images were NOT “photoshopped”, nor were they run through an image editor for anything other than resizing. These otherworldly images are a result of ingenious lighting and shutter-speed settings.

Featured Business Review: Best Puns – Taking Puns Seriously

by Arthur Piccio January 5, 2011

One of the more important comedy-ties we have in life is laughter. Poet e.e. cummings once said “The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” And there is none so determined not to waste another day quite like David R. Yale, author of Pun Enchanted Evenings: A Treasury of Wit, Wisdom, Chuckles, and Belly Laughs for Language Lovers.

25 Mind-Blowing Art Nouveau Poster Designs!

by Arthur Piccio December 20, 2010

The Art Nouveau style was de rigeur for a relatively short time, from the 1890s up until the first part of the 1900s. This era in visual art however, was and remains extremely important for […]

Not Just Old Pictures of New York: A Weegee Photo Showcase

by Arthur Piccio December 15, 2010

With UPrinting’s Photo Challenge in full swing, we thought it best to feature an artist who not only captured the spirit and culture of his era, but has also stood the test of time. These […]

29 Science Fiction Posters to Take You on the Ultimate Trip

by admin December 14, 2010

“To boldly go where no man has gone before.” – Captain James T. Kirk Thus began every episode of Star Trek. While the line may have spoken of exploring the farthest reaches of the galaxy, […]