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Looking for street arts? then have a look at these best selected street artists of the year. With one of the most authoritative resource… for 2011. Street art is an awesome way to represent anything which can be a type of visual art, many artists today have a keen interest in street art as it’s the most profound and it can be used to serve many purposes. Like in Wikipedia street art is usually refers to unsanctioned art, as opposed to government sponsored initiative. Anyways I love what has been done to the streets and it looks amazing in every sense.
A stunning and eye-catching icon is an asset to any web design, but icons used in Mobile Web Design become an essential part of the user interface. What makes a mobile icon effective and stimulating is a large shape, unique visual style and the ability to communicate its intended use clearly, without requiring a lot of additional context. Free web elements, especially beautiful icon resources, can be found in nearly every designer’s toolbox. Below are 17 stand-out and free icon resources you can add to your own toolbox to aid in designing brilliant mobile apps and websites. Each set is licensed under a Creative Commons license . Advertisement
Return To Rapture: Bioshock's In-Game Posters Recreated By Geekologie Reader | Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and AwesomeGeekologie Reader Stefan Petit spent six-months faithfully recreating some 43 of the in-game posters from Bioshock . These are them. I want them. ALL. Plus a Big Daddy . Or, what the gay community might describe as a 'bear'.
Remember Geekologie Reader Stefan Petit's gallery of posters from the original Bioshock he recreated in Photoshop ? Well he just finished doing Bioshock 2' s as well. Aaaaaand these are them. Man, I wish I could've seen Rapture in its heyday, that would've been the tits.
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Williamstown, MA) Williamstown's Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, founded in 1950, is known for its collection of 19th-century European paintings and major collections of silver, porcelain, drawings, and photographs. The Art Institute provides public programs such as teacher workshops and family days, and includes a 200,000-volume reference library that is open to all, making the museum a vital cultural organization for the rural western Massachusetts community. In FY 2005, the Art Institute received an NEA Access to Artistic Excellence grant of $65,000 to support the first-ever catalogue of its collection of 19th-century European paintings. The catalogue is planned for publication by Yale University Press in summer 2006. The paintings represent one of the last major collections held by an American art museum that has yet to be catalogued.