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Print your Instagram

Print your Instagram

I recently started brainstorming ways we could use some of our favorite Instagram pics in the studio. Boom. Printsagram. We’re fans.

Real Art Takes Guts: Artist Interview

Real Art Takes Guts: Artist Interview

We’ve been lucky enough to interview Jason Freeny, an artist, sculptor and illustrator who creates anatomical dissections of toys and other art full-time out of his New York studio. As artists and designers at SlickFish, we’re always looking for inspiration, and Jason has been on our “cool” list for a long time.

Throwback, um, err… Friday!

Throwback, um, err… Friday!

Back in the hay-day (circa 2008) we created a super-fun, quirky, web-based, design project for a whimsical business called Trove. Complete with logo, web design, animation the whole soup-to-nuts this one was a blast.

Top 10 Parallax Websites…

Top 10 Parallax Websites…

What the heck is Parallax?! In our words, it is a popular web design technique used to add depth, unique transitions and some interactive otion to your website’s images and surrounding content.

Aug ’14 Free Desktop Wallpaper

Aug ’14 Free Desktop Wallpaper

We plan to savor our nights in August. Enjoy this new SlickFish made August wallpaper calendar all month long and share our Summer nostalgia!

Negative Space is a Positive!

Negative Space is a Positive!

While in the first stages of designing an identity, you’ll find us with a pencil sketching many variations of letterforms and symbols, discovering, uncovering, building, simplifying, exploring all possibilites with type and styles, revealing what shape relationships and interlocking mechanisms we can find.

Launch: Joule Lacrosse

Launch: Joule Lacrosse

We just completed a website for a new lacrosse company and are pretty stoked about it. Joule Lacrosse is developing the most cutting-edge, strongest and inspired lacrosse handles today.

Nelson Mandela Day

Nelson Mandela Day

Nelson Mandela International Day (July 18th), was declared in 2009 as a day to honor Mandela’s legacy, promote community service and to “take responsibility for making the world a better place, one small step at a time.” But this year the holiday seems to have even more meaning as it is the first birthday he has not lived to see.