Besides cats, our favorite internet distraction is humor. According to Google Trends one of the most searched for keywords is “funny”, and when you’re trying to attract customers, encourage people to join your mailing list, or otherwise get your word out, pairing your concept with humor can often be the perfect spoonful of sugar to get your message across.
Our “Fun with Food” lightbox is full of playful and colorful images perfect for menus, restaurant and grocery advertisements, nutrition flyers or lesson plans, and anything that needs a wacky food photograph or illustration.
One of the most searched for keywords in Google Analytics is “Logo”. Whether you’re an established business looking for a fresh look, or a start-up developing your identity, Cutcaster has a Logo Ideas lightbox chock full of terrific logo illustrations.
As spring approaches, we all start dreaming of all things green and growing, and if you’re a gardener, landscape artist or a gardening shop, you are not just dreaming, but are also planning for spring. While vegetable garden plans are the seeds of future nourishment, flower gardens are pure beauty and joy. Let Cutcaster help you find flower illustrations and photographs to fill out your garden plan or to let your customers know that it’s time to buy seeds and start their seedlings, and make their dreams reality.
St. Patrick’s Day is just a month away, and we have all the photographs and illustrations you need for your St. Patty’s promotions, holiday drink menus (green beer and whiskey. anyone?), special event advertising, Celtic music flyers, parade and Irish bar crawl maps, etc.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, something made by hand, from the heart, is the best way to make your valentine swoon (and show off your crafty side). Create a cute card that says “Bee” Mine or sexy set of pinup girl love coupons, or great little origami valentine gifts using Cutcaster photographs and illustrations. Check out our Pinterest Valentine DIY board for more inspiration and make a gift your valentine will remember!
Even though everyone says that the internet is ruled by cats, Google Trends lists dogs as one of the current top image searches. Maybe it’s just the Puppy Bowl, or Jimmy Fallon’s Super Bowl puppy predictors, but dogs are winning the battle for internet supremacy over cats…for now…
Buildings are hard to capture- the size, reflective surfaces and windows, and sometimes awkward angles from below make them tough to shoot. Lightstalking.com has 6 Tips for Better Architectural Photos and we would add to those tips the list of properties and objects that are alleged to be covered by trademark or contract and that may be challenged if you sell a photograph of those properties and objects. The full list can be found on the Picture Archive Council of America website. It is terribly frustrating to spend time and creative energy on a photograph, only to find out the photograph is unusable and unsalable.