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Jul
27
2013

Famous Artworks Recreated With LEGO

Renowned LEGO Artist  Nathan Sawaya  has recreated several art masterpieces out of LEGO. His impressive work has toured the world and is now on display in New York at Discovery Times Square in his “The Art of the Brick” exhibition. For the best tutorials, Follow netglos @twitter and netglos.com Each piece is built from LEGO blocks using only the official colours released. The exhibit includes recreations of Edvard Munch’s The Scream, Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa (made with 4,573 bricks), Auguste Rodin’s […]

Jul
26
2013

New York In 1973 (32 photos)

On April 4, 1973 the New York City skyline dramatically changed. It was on that day, exactly 40 years ago, that the original World Trade Center site officially opened. Here is an aerial shot of Lower Manhattan with the buildings finally complete. In the foreground, landfill is worked on to create what will eventually become Battery Park City. Take a look back at the World Trade Center’s history through the years …       […]

Jul
25
2013

Creating Daft Punk Poster With Illustrator

Daft Punk is releasing their new album next month, titled Random Access Memories. While biking around in San Francisco I started seeing some posters and billboards on walls advertising the new album and was inspired by the amazing artwork. Of course I’ve always wanted to do something for Daft Punk so this post’s timing seems just about right. So in this post I will show you how to create a simple and minimalistic poster for […]

Jul
25
2013

Bodyscapes Photography

A selection of images by Carl Warner creating landscapes from the human form. An alternative portrait of a human being whose body becomes a landscape of themselves and plays on the sense of space in which we dwell. The external view of ourselves therefore becomes a more abstract and perhaps more intimate reflection of our inner being when viewed as a landscape or given a sense of place.               […]

Jul
21
2013

Great Examples of HTML5 Canvas

The HTML5 canvas element is a very powerful addition to the Web’s favorite markup language. With the canvas element, along with other new HTML5 APIs and with JavaScript, you can create mind-blowing dynamic graphics and animations that can be rendered in an ordinary web page. The possibilities are endless. Below, you will witness some interesting examples of HTML5′s canvas element in action. Canvas Cycle: Jungle Waterfall This impressive demo leverages the HTML5 canvas element to […]

Jul
17
2013

Lifelike Wood Sculptures by Bruno Walpoth

Italian artist Bruno Walpoth creates these unbelievably lifelike sculptures of people and detailed human body with wood…                                     Bruno Walpoth

Jul
16
2013

Cool Minimalistic Web Design

We gathered some examples of minimalistic web designs to inspire you and to reinforce that you don’t need a lot of elements to deliver a concise website. Check out the examples we have here and share with us in the comments area minimal sites you’ve created. Mixd Whole Design Studios Chris Wilhite Design Cyclemon The Gold of the Andes PH Digital Labs Manuel Moreale Nicolas Tarier Oxydo Dodge & Burn Derek Boateng iErnest Studio Faculty […]

May
14
2013

100 Best Subtle Brush Sets

Using these subtle textures is a great way to create grunge backgrounds for your websites, vintage logos and type treatment or provide a useful backdrop to your design mock-ups if you are looking to upload them to Dribbble or Behance. 15 Free Subtle Brush Set Hi-Res Subtle Grunge Vector Textures Dirtbag #3 50 Subtle Grunge Brushes Vector Brushes: Free High Res Fabric Texture Brush Set Scratchy Free Grunge Brushes 25 Light Grunge Photoshop Brushes 16 […]

May
13
2013

Why Designers Choose Freelance

If you are a designer or artist who rely on your creative work to provide for a living for your family, then you might not settle for just one source of income. Many of us who is a full time employee of a design firm or a large corporation at some point have tried or at least thought of working for freelance, either quitting your daily job and go full time or continue working by day and […]

May
11
2013

Ways of Bringing Back Creativity

As creative people, there are those days that our brain seems dead. No ideas coming in, run out of creative fuel while thinking of the deadliest deadlines of projects on going. Commonly known as creative block, many are faced with this kind of situation either caused by personal problems, mental block, emotional barrier, communication breakdown, etc. All people in the creative industry is experiencing it. A writer, designer, painter, sculptor or even an art director is once […]

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