Retro Futurism Retro Futurism Frank R. Paul was an illustrator of US pulp magazines in the science fiction field. 20 Exemplos site com Circulação Sidebars para Inspiração While browsing lots of modern sites, it’s easy to notice some web design trends, like horizontal navigation or video background. Although, many sites include various sidebars which are used for navigation purposes or for advertising. Using sidebar navigation is a great way to change the whole look and atmosphere of your website. It help the viewer to focus on the content from the top to bottom without distractions. Also, I have noticed that sidebars tend to disappear when you open the site on your mobile device which is really convenient.
Design Merging two of the ultimate pastimes—books and puzzles—the Codex Silenda has to be physically solved in order to read it. And no, these aren’t simple word games and math problems, but rather deviously complicated mechanical puzzles crafted from laser-cut wood that are embedded within each part of this 5-page book. The solution to each puzzle physically unlocks the next page. As the reader moves through the book a short story is also revealed, etched on pages opposite the puzzles. The Codex Silenda was created by industrial designer Brady Whitney who is currently funding the it as project on Kickstarter.
PAINTING WITH LIGHT AND FIRE I’m going to get this out of the way right here in the beginning: none of these flashy, surreal photographs where Photoshopped. UK based light artist Ian Hobson, who humorously and humbly calls his work “Waving Torches at Things,” creates some of the best images we’ve ever seen in light painting. His newest works exude a flowing, painterly, yet digital aura, coloring the abandoned buildings he often uses as his art space with vibrant dashes and swooshes of light. His images are created using very long photographic exposures, capturing the paths of the home-made “torches” he waves before the camera. 30 Things To Start Doing For Yourself. #4 Is Absolutely Vital. Marc and Angel are the authors of 1000 Little Things Happy Successful People Do Differently. Here’s their amazing list of 30 things to start doing for yourself. If you enjoy this, be sure to visit their website for more inspirational advice and tips for life. #1. Start spending time with the right people. – These are the people you enjoy, who love and appreciate you, and who encourage you to improve in healthy and exciting ways. They are the ones who make you feel more alive, and not only embrace who you are now, but also embrace and embody who you want to be, unconditionally.
10 Everyday Inventions Made Better. Except #4, It Might Make You Gag. Here are 10 genius re-inventions that made these everyday items even better. Some of these didn’t seem like they could be improved but these inventors managed to do it! #1. iPhone Wallpapers - Part 1 Abstract Eyes (199 Views) Abstract Light Spots 2 (202 Views) Abstract Stripes (164 Views) Fritz Haeg: At Home in the City — Fritz Haeg: At Home in the City — Calendar How do we make ourselves at home in the city? What does it mean to grow and harvest our own food and resourcefully and artfully make ourselves at home? These are some of the questions explored by Fritz Haeg, artist-in-residence at the Walker in association with the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden’s 25th anniversary.
Cameras Travel the World: Disposable Memory Project In 2008 British technical creative director, Matthew Knight, had a unique idea: start leaving disposable cameras out for the public with instructions to be picked up, used to capture a couple of pictures and then passed on to others. Called the Disposable Memory Project he was hopeful that this photography experiment would be successful. Would people use the cameras and pass them on? How far would the cameras travel?
Environmental Art for Interior Spaces: Local Artist Susie Frazier We're thrilled to connect with Susie Frazier, Cleveland artist who engaged in sustainability even before it was cool. As the interview unfolds, you'll quickly realize that Susie's genuine passion for natural materials as early as childhood has sustained her impressive artistic life. gpidesign: Do you have a personal design philosophy that unifies your artistic creations, or does each piece have it's own inspiration and ideology? Susie Frazier: Anything designed under my brand, whether it’s fine art, home furnishings, or fashion accessories, is born from three guiding principles: The work has to be resourceful, natural and down to earth. It’s not enough to transform organic or industrial elements into something new.
Long Cigarette Holders - The Lady Smokes Oscar Wilde: 'Do you mind if I smoke?' Sarah Bernhardt: 'I don't care if you burn.' The longest of our cigarette holders, for unmatched style that goes on and on...and on. Opera and theatre length cigarette holders in four stunning styles: the Cabriole, with screw in galalite extensions