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When i look at Amy Stein's photographs i sometimes wonder how she can capture these animals in photos in such a unique way.
A few days ago I wrote a tutorial showing how to create a very nice typography art mixing some vector ornaments with text, it was called "Super Cool Frilly Bits Typography". So I decided to create some wallpapers from that design and I want to share them with you.
Since we released Abduzeedo's new design, we've received quite a few emails asking for a tutorial showing how to reproduce the our logo effect. Actually since the first time we used that effect, on the Sparkling Hot Girl in Photoshop tutorial, a lot of people have asked us how to do that effect.
It’s always nice to see how people express their creativity, especially when using such common objects, like a treadmill for instance. Ok Go's video for "Here It Goes Again" shows that special effects aren’t needed to produce a quality piece of work. The music video of the song - which was arguably responsible for the song's U.S.
It’s going to be a week since I arrived in the US. I’m still getting used to my new routine and trying to keep up the with updates and new blog features. However I’ve been experiencing a new culture that is totally different from mine. I’m now in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and probably on July 8th I will be arriving in NYC where I will spend a few days.
After i wrote the article about Mark Khaisman i surfed around the internet and found a similiar artists. Peter Callesen is a master at working with paper. At most of his work i had to look several times to understand how it was done. Peter Callesen .
If you are into advertising, you probably heard something about the Cannes Lions 2008, the 55th International Advertising Festival that was going on in France. We got to see same really great ad pieces there, and now we're featuring some of those here. And if you know any cool ads, drop a link! Cheers.
Yesterday I watched the Incredible Hulk... and it was a real thrill ride. For those who are into the Marvel's Cross Universe, It was a great movie, probably not as great as Iron Man, but still a great movie. And now I'm gonna teach you how to do the Banner transforming to Hulk eyes.
"God Went Surfing With The Devil" is a documentary about surfing and life in Israel and gaza. It documentates 50 days of a area filled with hate and war, where in middle people are surfing. According to Juxtapoz.com the film will be ready in almost a year.
We've already featured some artists from DeviantArt, great ones... and it's always good to find more great artists, like Vitaly Alexius, who makes a kind of post apocalyptic art. I've seen only a few artists making this kind of art. It's really dark, yet, very beautiful. Alexius is a true master of digital painting.
We've seen some cool web apps come out this year, like Aviary, and now I've came to know a new one: Sumopaint. It's simpler than Aviary, but you can still make some cool stuff there. Most of the images in their gallery remind me a lot of the expressionism school, which Van Gogh was part of.
This week I've chosen 5 sites, but 2 of them are especial for me. One is the redesign of Jason Santa Maria's site. It's a blog that I liked a lot... it's a clean and beautiful layout. The other one is Spread Firefox, created for the "Download Day" and was made in Drupal, our favorite CMS.
The Coca-Cola new identity was the perfect win for the english agency Turner Duckworth, which has won the Design Grand Prix at Cannes Lions 2008. It's absolutily stunning. Moira Cullen, The Coca-Company Design Director went down the right path during the redesign of Coke's identity. "It's happiness inside.
In a dying world where people struggle to get richer by polluting our own planet, it's always a relief when you find people trying in some way to make other people think. Paul "Moose" Curtis is one of those. The Reverse Graffiti project brings clean spots in filthy city areas. And those clean spots are transformed in art!
When i was a kid i used to play around with Apple's "iMovie" and "Final Cut Pro" and loved to create bluescreens, explosions and all that sorts of effects. Also I tried "cloning" but it went too bad. Here are my favourite three cloning effect videos.
Nelson Balaban is a 19 year old independent graphic designer from Curitiba, Brazil. And as you've seen in our last interviews with Rik Ooestenbroeck and JamesTu you can recognize that we love presenting young artists.
This is probably greatest source of vintage inspiration in the web. If you never heard about it before, listen up! It's the Jauna Gaita magazine. In 2008, the Latvian magazine, Jauna Gaita (which literally means The New Course), is turning 53 Years old and it's great to see how an old magazine managed to stay fresh and young for such a long time!