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Vector Artist – Adhemas Batista

Los Angeles, CA


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This Vector Artist has captured our imagination

Today, we started to receive notices from Behance about an artist that we all follow here named Adhemas Batista.
When you get one look at his portfolio you can see that he probably doesn’t get a whole lot of time to do much self-promotion. He seems to be just too busy for it.

So we decided to do it for him

At the very least – we offer a “little boost”. Not that this cat needs it. Just take a spin through some of these examples along with his story (Further down the post below). There is a “Gift” at work here. The kind of talent that makes you take pause. Perhaps even make you re-approach your own vector creative.

Ten Collection Fotolia Season 2 - Adhemas Batista

Ten Collection Fotolia Season 2 - Adhemas Batista

Amplifying Awareness

As he published projects to his portfolio Today, we added them to this post in real time. Why? Because his Vector Illustration styles are worth telling a few people about it. There is allot of range and character here.
After all, these images hypnotized you into reading this. If I’m lucky, you’ll take the next step and support this tremendous portfolio as it grows. (Read more by clicking “Continue” below)

Adobe Creative Suite Shortcut Wallpapers


Even the best of them could use a few shortcuts every now and then. The team down at Hongkiat has assembled wallpapers in 1024×768, 1024×1024 (iPad), 1280×800, 1280×1024, 1440×900, 1680×1050, 1920×1200 and 2560×1440 to help you save time. When it comes to design, isn’t that what it’s all about?

Source: Notcot via tagoartwork

Designers can work hours into the night to produce their best work for clients, their portfolio or their pet projects. To make the process easier, most would use shortcut keys on their regular design and development tools particularly Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Flash, to expediate the process. You can be sure that they are not going to go back to the traditional (and slower) click-and-search methods.

That is why you can find tons of cheatsheets on the Web, designed to help designers and developers make better use of their time – in producing their masterpieces, not looking through the rows and rows of commands for the right action.