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How PixelSquid Has Improved Mosaic’s Workflow

September 8, 2017

Mosaic is an experiential marketing agency with activations at retail spaces, music festivals, pop up shops and even on the streets. Mosaic uses PixelSquid 3D content to help bring their environmental renderings to life. With multiple offices in the US and Canada, Mosaic’s integrated sales and marketing agency builds programs that engage consumers across four divisions: retail, experiential, shopper and content.

When asked how PixelSquid has been helpful to Mosaic’s success, Nick Pilon, Mosaic’s Design Director for the Design Hub had this to say: Continue Reading

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Tutorial: Release The Kraken by 8thDamon

June 1, 2017

Hi guys, my name Renato Prkic. I’m here to show you a very easy way  to implement several PixelSquid objects into your photos to create a stunning edit that will catch everyone’s attention. Before we start, I should say that this is extremely easy to make and you don’t need anything more than basic Photoshop knowledge. We’re going to be recreating one of my favorite Instagram posts called Release The Kraken.

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Learning New Skills as a Designer

February 15, 2017

Learning With PixelSquid

Since our launch we’ve loved seeing how helpful PixelSquid has been as a design tool for artists at every experience level. The ability to quickly add 3d objects to designs has helped increase productivity and improve the workflow of many designers using PixelSquid. We understand how important it is to always be learning new tools and skills, which is why we’re big fans of Learn Squared.

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A Quick Perspective by Kevin Wisbith

January 4, 2017

When you think of enormous objects like spaceships, bomber planes or ships like the Titanic, it can be hard to truly grasp their size. That’s why Kevin Wisbith used PixelSquid to create A Quick Perspective, a series of images that place famous objects in everyday environments to give you a sense of their size. Keep reading to see more of the images in Kevin’s series.

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