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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 … For the best […]

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

30 Best Designed Minimal Corporate Web Sites

1. Solo Simple design on a subtle grid. Garnished with color saturation via scrolling. A fun, clean, good interaction! 2. Sur la Route Encore Despite the many colors “above the fold,” Sur la Route Encore’s site (designed by Minuit Sept) toes the minimalist line. 3. Dropbox Dropbox’s purpose (as illustrated) and call to action have a hefty impact from their airy design. 4. Budnitz Bicycles Products take center stage on Budnitz’s homepage, and the “SHOP” […]

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
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 […]

May
8
2013

50 Great Conceptual Photography Works

Conceptual photography is an art of getting your ‘concept’ across the mind of the viewer using just the contents of a photograph. It is a genre of photography where a photographer puts various things in the scenery so that his idea or concept becomes clear to perceive. Most of the times,computers are used for blending various objects into a photograph, but many photographers just use what is available to them. Some photographers just make sure that everything they […]

May
6
2013

Great Abstract Works with Airplane Engine

Florida-based artist Princess Tarinan von Anhalt creates abstract works of art by hurling cans and bottles of paint into the air and letting the strong winds produced by a jet engine splatter it onto a canvas. It’s probably the most expensive paintbrush ever used, but clients will often pay as much as $50,000 just to watch her work. Jet Art, characterized by using a jet engine’s air currents to create abstract shapes on a canvas, was invented in 1982, by Prince […]

Feb
5
2013

Various Forms of Visual Arts

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Art can be called a language or a medium through which you can channelise your feelings, thoughts and intellect. The vision and the internal moods of your mind are conveyed to the world through art. Art can be categorized into three forms namely: visual art which includes painting, sculpture, calligraphy, photography; applied art like fashion design, architecture, wood crafts, interior design and jewelry  design ; performing art includes dance, singing, films , theatre, music and […]

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