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toybot studios: Exploding Heads by SMITHE I love these exploding head illustrations from Mexico based artist SMITHE via: LOST AT E MINOR Nano Supermarket - What Is Nanosupermarket? The NANO Supermarket bus received over 45.000 visitors since its opening. Check out the tour schedule for details. Browse through our product collection and create your personal technology profile by telling us which products you would or would not buy. W I S F Match #359 Details at Loewe Spring 2017 | La malédiction (detail) by René Magritte, 1963 More matches here Match #358 Maison Margiela Haute Couture Fall 2014 | Irises (detail) by Vincent van Gogh Match #357

Chiara Bautista. Illustrations and paintings by... - SUPERSONIC ART Illustrations and paintings by Chiara Bautista (Previously on Supersonic) who is from Tucson, Arizona: Chiara Buatista: Website Via Beautiful Bizarre AdAge Top 15 Campaigns of the 21st Century Many ad campaigns over the years have sold soap. Fewer have tried to change societal notions about beauty. Even fewer have tried to do both. Dove’s “Campaign for Real Beauty” is the campaign that did it. The campaign that had its origins in London and Canada with a billboard asking motorists to vote on whether the women pictured were “fat or fit?”

Martin Schoeller’s Offbeat Portraits Give Stars a New Turn Technical improvements to the daguerreotype in the early 1840s took the world by storm as portrait galleries opened everywhere to meet demand. Martin Schoeller’s new book, Portraits, a 15-year retrospective of his modern portrait photography, is further evidence of the long-lasting power of the photographic portrait that began 175 years ago. I caught up with the busy Schoeller to ask him about some of his favorite portraits that appear in his beautifully-printed new book. Health Data Exploration project Executive SummaryFinal ReportAnnotated BibliographyAppendices Home . About . Advisory Board . Project Updates . Your Input

Resources - The Graphic Mac You may recall that I’ve written about Advise in the past, but they’ve changed their name and domain to adJelly. If you missed my previous write-up about them, adJelly offers a fantastic collection of specs for all the most popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn and more. You simply select the social media site you’re creating ads, images or graphics for in the left column and you’re presented with all the specs you’ll need. The site is particularly useful for designers because sites like Facebook offer numerous options for sizes. For instance, Facebook offers sizes for single image ads, carousel ads, video ads, video slideshow ads, cover and profile images, post images, event images and more. Plus, specs change frequently, and some sites don’t make it easy to find the specs (I’m looking at you, Facebook!).

23 glorious geometric patterns in design Lately, we've noticed a lot of designers using geometric patterns, shapes and styles in their logo designs, vector art and more. Using these shapes, the designs become a simple yet wholly striking work of art channelling influences from the design era of art deco. Subscription offer We've rounded up our favourite examples of geometric patterns and designs featuring geometric shapes. See what you think...

Wounderland: Surreal World Of Imagination, Nightmares And Taxidermy My girlfriend and I are Mothmeister. We create Wounderland – a weird and wonderful universe. We portray anonymous, ugly masked creatures as a reaction against the dominant exhibitionism of the selfie culture and beauty standards marketed by the mass media. We are passionate taxidermy collectors. That’s why our lonesome characters are, most of the time, accompanied by mounted animals.

High Velocity Human Factors: Touch Screen User-Interfaces: Touching to KNOW vs.Touching to say NO Touché to TOUCH?! We have evolved the sense of Touch to Know, to glean information about an object. In this context, a physical object is its own user-interface. It doesn't require a Capacitive or Inductive Touch Screen to probe it and get a pixilated answer on the screen!

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