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Creativos Sin Ideas New Condoms One of the images we posted has been deleted in accordance with a lawful request. This event has spurred @NewCondoms to create an /info page where you can see FAQs and a disclaimer about what we’re doing on this blog. The page will be available to view within an hour and will progressively be updated. I would like to ask that you please refrain from any comments that are rude in nature, as the images we’re using are trademarked logos and its the right of the trademark holder to request that we take them down. Apologies for any inconvenience. The matter will hopefully be resolved soon, whereupon we can continue providing comic relief.

Booooooom Gorgeous Flip-Books Made From Recycled Bike Parts by Artist Juan Fontanive Gorgeous flip-books made from recycled bike parts by artist Juan Fontanive. You have to watch the videos to hear the incredible sounds the machines make! Watch them here. • 18 April 2014 • 212 notes • 0 Comments monicatramos: Just Swim is opening in Copenhagen this Friday! • 9 April 2014 • 3,755 notes • 0 Comments foundinspirationmovingforward: Photographer Bing Wright has found a creative way to capture the beautiful color palette of the evening sky, in his series titled Broken Mirror/Evening Sky.

Hello You Creatives Childrens Story Posters | Square Inch Design Blog Classic Children’s Stories Vol. 1 Also available without text Related Work / Peter Pan Beauty & the Beast Jack & the Beanstalk Gulliver’s Travels The Little Mermaid Sleeping Beauty Chicken Little The Frog Prince Cinderella The Emperor’s New Clothes Enter your email address to subscribe to my blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Follow me on Twitter My Tweets Recent Posts © 2014 Sinch Art & Design. ©2013 SInch - All Rights Reserved - Sinch is the intellectual property of Square Inch Design.

Cotton Candy Machine We are really looking forward to ushering in the Spring season with an incredible three person show, opening on Saturday April 5th. The show will feature Ciou, Malojo and Dmitri Drjuchin, all three of which have crafted their own distinct (and stunning) universes, chock full of strange creatures, cool textures and just the right hints of darkness. In addition to showing entirely new works from each artist, we will also have some awesome extras for those who make it out to the opening! But first, a bit about the artists... "Ciou was born in Toulouse in 1981. She actually works and lives in her home town, after living in Bruxelles and Paris. "Malojo born in French city, Bayonne, but now lives and work in Toulouse, like Ciou! "Dimitri Drjuchin is an artist/musician who was born in Moscow, but grew up making images and sounds in New York City. Now, onto the goodies! Ciou also brought us a few copies of her beautiful illustration book, Chat Siamoise, written by Guillaume Bianco.

Achieving a Vintage Look Through Color Tones in Photoshop CS by Guest Contributor Anna Gay Photographers are often striving for a “vintage” look in their photos, and even though there are endless ways of achieving a vintage look, there are a couple of characteristics to keep in mind. First of all, the color tones in a vintage photo often lean towards either a blue or a red hue, or a cross-processed look. This photo is the result of adjusting the color curves, adding two vignettes, and a color fill, which we will walk through step-by-step. First, open your photo in Photoshop and make sure your foreground color is set to white in your side tool bar. You will see the above dialogue box. Now, switch your foreground color to black, and repeat the same steps as above by creating a new fill layer, but this time, check the box that says Reverse, and leave the Scale at 100 and adjust the Angle to 150 degrees. As you can see here, there should be three layers – your Background image, then your two gradient layers. Now, let’s adjust the color curves.

Escola Superior de Artes e Design de Caldas da Rainha O projecto da ESAD.CR denominado ICRP - Interface para Concepção Rápida de Protótipos, integrado na OTIC, centra parte dos seus objectivos na transferência do conhecimento produzido pelos alunos de design materializado em produtos inovadores baseados em conceitos de qualidade e metodologia de produção coerentes com regras ambientais e ergonómicas que induzirão, naturalmente, eventuais vantagens concorrenciais às empresas que apostassem na sua produção. Recursos: O Laboratório está equipado com uma impressora 3D Z450 da ZCORP indicada para a realização de protótipos para avaliação formal que funciona com materiais à base de gesso. Dispõe de uma área útil de 250x200x200 (mm). Brevemente estará disponível um dispositivo de digitalização 3D. Objectivos O Laboratório permitirá ao IPL e à ESAD.CR:

Geometry Daily Fri, 07/08/2011 | Co.Design Blanca Gomez Interview Today Grain Edit is proud to present Blanca Gómez of Cosas Minimas. Blanca is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in Madrid, Spain. You may remember her work as featured on Grain Edit’s on-going poster pick series. We like her clean and simple style and took some time to talk to Blanca about her work and creative process. Where are you from originally? I am originally from Madrid and that is where I currently reside. Tells us a bit about your art/design background. When I was little I would draw all day long like many kids do and my parents enrolled me in a painting academy. When it was time to head to college I wasn’t clear what I wanted to do with my life. I continued my studies, but explored other alternatives like photography and film through my fourth year, which I spent in Milan. One month after finishing college and my design coursework I began working for a small graphic design studio that was mainly dedicated to the production of business literature. Blanca’s studio

Connecting Designers with Startups | DesignersCouch Top 10 Websites for Designers - April 2012 This latest edition of the Top 10 Websites for Designers includes a new creative critique platform, a fun color picker for the real world and more. In November's Top 10 Websites for Designers you'll discover collections of thought-provoking posters, a flawlessly delivered digital story and more. In October's Top 10 Sites for Designers, check out a showcase of people from all backgrounds in design; a color gradient generator; fun agency site & more. In this month's roundup of websites for designers, you'll find font pairing tools, interesting portfolio sites, a product graveyard and more. This month's roundup of websites for designers features a history of cocktail lettering, a funny interactive film and goofy designer excuses. This month’s Top 10 Websites for Designers includes design portfolio inspiration, an interesting color resource and websites that offer unique storytelling experiences.

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