A Gallery of Very Unique Superhero Art It’s another one of those days where I wish I were an artist, because illustrator Christopher Uminga has me in awe of his talent. He’s created an amazing series of superhero/Star Wars/Ninja Turtles/etc. pictures in his own unique art style, and they’re the coolest things I’ve seen in quite some time. We’ve got the full gallery for you below and be sure to click on any of the pictures to make them huge with the help of our brand new gallery page! Marguerite Sauvage A bouquet of personnal works for Exquise Exhibition Paris about feminity in women artists work. These illustrations were also exhibited by Nucleus Gallery, USA.Fashion, Fine Arts, Illustration2012
.: Archive After watching The Great UX Debate, it was interesting to revisit this blog post I made back in 2010 on what for me was a new experience at that time. When Print Met Digital December 20, 2010 Recent advances in digital media have caused a re-occurring debate amongst designers that questions the relationship between digital and print design. It appears as though the two disciplines, until recently, have been able to co-exist relatively independently. But with a rapidly improving Internet browsing experience and the advent of devices such as the iPhone and iPad, many creative agencies are finding their clients eager to board the digital bandwagon.
mental_floss Blog & Strange Geographies: the Forgotten High School of... At the turn of the last century, Goldfield was a mining boomtown -- prospectors were pulling millions of dollars worth of ore out of the ground each year, and with a population that ballooned to more than 30,000 by 1904, it was the largest town in the state of Nevada. It was a classic Old West success story: gun-slinging heroes like Wyatt Earp trod its wooden sidewalks, and in a society where the real measure of a town's worth was its bar-and-whorehouse scene, Goldfield had the rest beat: Tex Rickard's Northern Saloon had a bar so long it required 80 bartenders to run it. Of course, I wouldn't be writing about Goldfield if everything had kept going like gangbusters.
Top 2014: Best Motion Design We continue the series of the best posts on Designcollector for the year 2014. Here is our selection of the best creative motion picture projects posted through the year on our blog. Please enjoy the selection below! BONUS: Check our epic Top Motion Graphics Mashup 2014 now!
Popular iPhone Cases Popular All « PrevNext » « Prev1234 ... 80Next » Video Transcript ShareLog This is the "Bubbley HiComplex" comp that uses the Multi SmoothRidge type. Here used with the Seamless Looping functionality to create this ever-looping GIF. "Oil Flow" - same as above but with specular and almost no diffuse. Here is the SmoothRidge fractal type lit with a few lights and Material properties setup so there is almost no diffuse and lots of specular. Lux also used here to visualize the lightsources.
Another 38 Amazing Wallpapers Another 38 Amazing Wallpapers Posted on June 12th, 2008 under Desktop Customization After the big success that was my first Wallpaper compilation I’ve decided to make another one. This time several sources were searched, where before I mainly focused on DeviantArt. The release of Desktopography 2008 had a bit of influence on this compilation since it contains some of the most beautiful wallpapers of the year. Sagaki Keita (click images for detail) Artist Sagaki Keita was born in 1984 and lives and works in Tokyo. His densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised. I am dumbstruck looking at these and love the wacky juxtaposition of fine art and notebook doodles.
Primary Flight 08 Wall of Fame "Primary Flight was simply born out of necessity. A core group of Miami artists seized exposure through concrete wall space. Basel is a great time to get loose in Miami. In 2007, we decided to invite friends and friends of friends to have control over some concrete of their own, showcase it under one umbrella. Primary Flight came to exist through the efforts of BooksIIII, Andrew Black, Typoe, SKH, and Anthony Spinello all from Miami, Logan Hicks from NY, Lynn Yohana Howard from NY, and Modart Mag, our good friends from across the pond. These folks help give the exhibition its flavor.