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These little illustrations were printed in the New York Times a few days ago, and they are so precious and sweet, I just had to share them with you here. I don’t know if it’s because most of us love sugar cookies with sprinkles, or just because of how creative it is, but this is sure to bring a smile to your face. The artist is Christoph Niemann , the very well known creative illustrator who has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker, Newsweek, Wired, The New York Magazine and American Illustration. A while back, we featured his “I Lego N.Y.” design on Bit Rebels. I remember about a year ago reading an interview with Christoph on Behance called “ Christoph Niemann: Short Deadlines make You Think Straight .”
Typically, Vector images are the representation of photographs where images get explained as in form of array of pixels. And are just equivalent to raster graphics which can be enlarge to any size without degrading quality. Certainly vector art not bound for any introduction. Vector images are best fit for print ads, flash animations . In fact d esigners always want to have a good collection of them so they can nourishes their design skills. Also check out 10 Best Adobe Illustrator Tutorials to Design Impressive Vector Projects .
“ TED is like an Orgasm Machine for the human mind. It gives us the climax of epiphany, without the challenge and tension of thought .” And if you're okay with that, here are some recent mind orgasms . So many little screens . Tesla is the new Apple (by UX Week 2013 keynote speaker, Steven Johnson) Sitting is the new smoking .
English might be the mother tongue of the internet but the times, as Bob Dylan once noted, they are a-changin'. According to Internet World Stats , China alone had more than 384 million internet users as of December 2009 (more than the combined populations of the UK and USA), while web access continues to increase in other large markets such as South America. The web quite literally puts the world at your fingertips, but there are few tips and tricks to consider when it comes to making your website both accessible and appealing to visitors who speak a language other than English.