Rebecca Mock Illustrates jensineeckwall: A small fashion painting for the very lovely Rebecca Mock, for an illustrators’ gift exchange.Shorts inspired by this outfit by Virginia Burlina Jensine painted this for me and I DIED OF HAPPINESS! Thank you Jensine! • 14 December 2014 • 600 notes Radar" by Hakim El Hattab From the Author: An experiment with real-time audio synthesis. Click on pins to made them resonate with the radar wave, click again to disable. Use the sequencer on the right to rotate between 1-10 notes.
Disparos Card Deck - Prohibition Series on Behance Disparos - Spanish for 'shots', is how tequila should be consumed. Taking inspiration from the vaqueros and gunslingers of the Mexican old west, the tequila deck is a piece of history. The block printing design and false-edge border gives these cards a rustic look, the kind you'd expect to find regularly laying about on a three-legged wood table in the local cantina, stained with condensation rings from the cold tequila glasses.No detail has been overlooked with this design, despite the look of the paper, it is the highest quality stock available, finished with Performance Coating for that distinct Ellusionist Deck feel. Jokers show the before and after scenes of the classic tequila shot and an ad card describes how those over the age of 21 can get in on the action.
Black macaque takes self-portrait: Monkey borrows photographer's camera By Daily Mail Reporter Created: 10:08 GMT, 4 July 2011 To capture the perfect wildlife image, you usually have to be in exactly the right place at precisely the right time. But in this instance, David Slater wasn’t there at all and he still got a result. Visiting a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, award-winning photographer Mr Slater left his camera unattended for a while. It soon attracted the attention of an inquisitive female from a local group of crested black macaque monkeys, known for their intelligence and dexterity. Fascinated by her reflection in the lens, she then somehow managed to start the camera.
17 eye-popping examples of parallax scrolling websites Today's advanced web technologies make it possible to create remarkable effects in the browser. While these effects can be gimmicky, when employed in the right way they can result in a distinctive and memorable website. One fairly recent web design trend is parallax scrolling, which involves the background moving at a slower rate to the foreground, creating a 3D effect as you scroll down the page. It can sometimes be overwhelming, but when used sparingly it can provide a nice, subtle element of depth. You'll find more advice in our pro tips for building parallax websites post. But to show how it should be done, we've collected together sites that employ the technique to good effect.
Clockbusters See the clues, guess the movie. And if time runs out? KABOOM. That’s what happens when you pack a web site full of so many affordable images (like the ones used to create this game). Keep playing until you guess all 50 movies. MACCHINA I" by 5013 From the Author: An infinitely random music box. Built using the latest and greatest Web Audio API technologies! ... which means that it only works on Chrome/Chromium. Sorry, Mozilla guys! Masks - Concept Girls Masks – Concept Girls by Krenz Cushart or just Cushart, Taiwan based concept artist and illustrator. ©Krenz Cushart or their respective copyright holder.