Browsing articles from "September, 2012"
Sep
13
2012

I have a Puzzling Dream

For the best tutorials, Follow netglos @twitter and netglos.com MAKE Sales Manager Brigitte Kunde shared this amazing build with us, spotted online by a friend of hers. Pete Fecteau used over 4,000 Rubik’s Cubes to create this 18′ 6″ x 9′ 8″ mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King. Apparently Rubik’s-based artwork is a “thing.” There’s Rubik’s Einstein, Lincoln, Sitting Bull, Kathy Lee and Hoda(?). There’s even a name for the genre: Rubikcubism. Pete Fecteau’s Website

Sep
13
2012

Cool Artworks with Negative Space Use

As the name implies, negative space is a technique in artwork that focuses on using the empty spaces around the subject of an image. The concept of negative space is prevalently used in all forms of artwork including photography, logo designing and general art design. The idea revolves around the notion that negative or unused space can be employed to create an appealing or artistically significant shape. In this way, an artist can form two […]

Sep
6
2012

Creative and Beautiful About Pages

We believe that showing your personality in your design is very important. And there’s no better place to do this than on the about page. You can go for a clean and simple look, an illustrated and super colorful one, or even a typography based page. Whatever approach you take, it’s important that it represents who you are or what your business is all about. From services and studios, to even restaurants, we gathered some […]

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