Michelle Krasniak Oxman
Throughout the past decade, Michelle Krasniak Oxman has worked as a Technical Writer, Marketing Copywriter, and then launched Michelle Krasniak Copywriting and Consulting over two years ago. Trained as a journalist with a knack for marketing, Michelle has a unique perspective when writing content of all types. Her specialties include website copywriting, SEO/SMO content and in-depth looks into the lives of the world’s top creative personalities. In addition to writing, Michelle has served as Technical Editor for a number of Social Media-related “For Dummies” books and works with small to medium-sized businesses to help them maximize their marketing ROI through the use of Social Media.
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  • Design & Illustration
    Grant Friedman: The Guy Behind the CurtainPreview
    On this site I profile many of today's top designers and artists whose work is seen all over the world. But what about a designer who spends his time behind the scenes ensuring that Psdtuts brings you only the best tutorials and content? Recently I had a chance to have a very entertaining conversation with Grant Friedman, Psdtuts' fearless leader. Now here's your chance to learn a little bit more about the guy behind the curtain and what it takes to join the team.Read More…
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    Does Photoshop Really Cost Too Much?Preview
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    Let's be honest, Photoshop isn't cheap. Most of us have probably complained about the cost of Photoshop, and Adobe products in general at some point in our careers. The fact is that none of us could do our job without it. It's an advanced application meant for professional users. It is used by people in all walks of life, from photographers to web designers; but is it worth the $699 price tag? In this article, we will take a balanced look at whether or not Photoshop costs too much, not enough, or if it is priced just right.Read More…
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    Amazing Digital Animal Paintings of Patrick LaMontagnePreview
    Award-winning editorial cartoonist Patrick LaMontagne doesn’t have to go far to find the inspiration for his animal paintings. He lives in the Canadian Rockies, just outside of Banff National Park, so looking out his windows is enough to get the creative juices flowing.Read More…
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    The Fateful Abudzido: An Interview with Fabio SassoPreview
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    Designer Fabio Sasso, best known to be the mind behind Abduzeedo, is a busy guy. Between the blog, his design company Zee and personal projects, Sasso shows that he’s a master of time management- and Photoshop. Read More…
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    Jeff Suter and His Life Among Super HeroesPreview
    For Marvel Sr. Art Director Jeff Suter, life is anything but dull. When he’s not creating promotional materials for Marvel’s huge cast of characters, he’s mixing and hosting their podcast or performing with his band. In this profile, we get a glimpse into a guy who is living every little boy’s dream…rubbing elbows with the heroes and villains of Marvel comics.Read More…
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    Playing Around with Gabriel MourellePreview
    Inspired by Surrealism and the beauty of music, Gabriel Mourelle finds himself combining his love of design and illustration into art that tells a story. Salvador Dali once said, "Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision." This is a fitting statement for designer Gabriel Mourelle who counts Dali, and the Surrealist movement in general, among his favorites in the art world. Limited vision is not something that is a problem for this 31-year old Buenos Aires native as he prides himself in finding ways to improve on every project that he works on.Read More…
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    Profile: Illustrator Louise McLennan, This Girl's Got GameMe200x200
    Some designers are lucky enough to be able to mix work with pleasure. In this interview, illustrator Louise McLennan gives us a glimpse into the magical and glittery world that she works-and plays-in.Read More…
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    Profile: Hyaku, One Hundred Percent CreativityThumbnail000
    The proverb is, "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" and with their love of toys, movies and Japanese animation, Aya and Shingo Miyazaki of design team Hyaku show that you can have the best of both worlds and be successful.Read More…
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    Soyeon Kim: Organic Designs, Handcrafted MotionPreview
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    In this second part of the Yellowshed series, I speak with artist Soyeon Kim about her artistic versatility, the excitement of buying chips and the importance of never abandoning a best friend. If you missed it, check out Part 1 of this interview; where we speak with Todd Hemker, the other half of the Yellowshed team.Read More…
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    Todd Hemker: Art in MotionPreview
    In this two-part series I talk with Todd Hemker, one half of the design and animation company Yellowshed about living a low-key lifestyle in Los Angeles, learning to wear the director hat and what it’s like to see his work on the big screen, in films such as "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" and "Madagascar." Check our Part 2 of this series.Read More…
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    Perttu Murto and the Art of InspirationPreview
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    Many of Perttu Murto’s designs are brilliant entanglements of photography and illustration. In this interview the Finnish designer talks about his continuous quest for self-improvement and his passion for all things art…and hockey.Read More…
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    Profile of blindSALIDA - Objects in MotionPreview
    Parisian Illustrator blindSALIDA, like his art, is full of life and motion. Here this busy designer talks about the importance of finding your personal style…even if that includes baby bottles and popsicles.Read More…