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Andrew McCarthy - Interactive product designer

Andrew McCarthy - Interactive product designer

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Eames House: Ray & Charles Eames Need Your Help Charles Ormand Eames, Jr., was born in St. Louis where he briefly studied architecture at Washington University. A fan of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the modern architecture movement, he later opened an architectural office in St. Louis. Ray Eames, nee Ray Kaiser, was born and raised in Sacramento. After graduating from a college in New York, she studied abstract expressionist painting with Hans Hofmann.

One Page Portfolio Hand-coded HTML and CSS is what I do. It's what I'm good at so why not? Featured Project: Inspect Element Les 100 plus belles affiches des festivals français en 2014 Le classement TOPAFF des 100 meilleures affiches des festivals français de l’année revient pour brocarder les éditions 2014. Rebelote ! Après 2012 et 2013, voici le classement TOPAFF 2014 des plus belles affiches de festivals français de musique de l’année écoulée. How To Create Photography Packages That Sell - The Modern Tog Creating photography packages is one of the most popular ways to present your services to your clients. As I have been helping photographers with their pricing and packaging, I’ve seen a number of common mistakes over and over again that are easy to avoid and will help boost your sales. Before making packages, however, make sure you’ve worked through the Photographer’s Pricing Guide to determine how much money you need to be making on average per shoot. We’ll use this information in setting up your packages. So let’s jump right in!

30 Fantastic Examples of Parallax Scrolling Websites With HTML5 and CSS3 it becomes possible to create more interesting and eye-catchy effects in browsers. Parallax illusion is one of these effects that hit the world of website design. Parallax scrolling involves the background which is moving slower than the foreground creating an amazing 3D effect while you scroll down the page. The very first website with parallax scrolling effect was designed by Ian Coyle in 2011. It was the site for Nike “Nike Better World”. These days parallax scrolling is overused by a wide range of websites. Pochoirs et aquarelles par Klaim Nouveau focus sur un artiste tatoueur français, Klaim. Il oeuvre au studio Street Tattoo à Franconville, en Île-de-France. Son style est clairement empreint aux peintures à l’aquarelle mais également aux pochoirs faits à la bombe. Normal, Klaim dessine depuis son plus jeune âge, il touché à toutes les techniques de dessin et de peinture, il perfectionne son graphisme grâce à l’apprentissage de l’infographie et du web design et l’univers du graff le fait également évoluer. Au travers du tatouage, il redécouvre ses sources: l’illustration, la BD, la peinture… et ça se voit ! Ses créations sont une explosion de couleurs et de textures.

Mexico City Photo Rental Studios - Production Paradise Find photographers, photo reps, photo production service, post production, retouchers, locations, stylists, studios equipment and more Find directors, production houses, film production services, VFX, film studios, equipment rent and more Parallax Hero Image in CSS and jQuery A full-width figure element, with floating images distributed in a 3D space. Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera What you can achieve through CSS 3D Transforms is limitless. With power comes responsibility, though. There will be cases when you’ll take full advantage of CSS 3D capabilities. In most projects, though, you can just spice things up a little.

30 Great Websites with Parallax Scrolling This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn More.GOT IT! Magazine for designers and web developers 849 Paul Smith + Caran d'Ache Paul Smith who has been a regular user of the 849 for many years wished to pay a distinctive tribute to Caran d’Ache to celebrate the 100th anniversary. Both the manufacturer and the designer are committed to achieving excellence and both have a passion for colour as part of their DNA. Thirty shades that featured in Paul Smith’s recent fashion collections have been added to 70 of Caran d’Ache’s colour chart selected by him. The Caran d’Ache craftsmen have then produced the designer’s special assortment of 100 pieces, where each 849 pen carries his signature. This harmonious, stunning composition of colours calls for a special presentation box worthy of its contents. Caran d’Ache and Paul Smith have created a stylish metal box in immaculate white that dramatically highlights the colours inside.

undulating surface for pilsudski's square competition poland undulating surface for pilsudski’s square competition poland defined by a flexible surface structure, the competition entry for piłsudski’s square in wrocław, poland changes according to the season. adjusting its various forms to suit the weather conditions, the normally flat public space is transformed into an undulating and varied landscape. during the warmer summer months, the elastic skin stretches to form an outdoor sunbathing hill, which in the wintertime can be used to ski and slide down. the flexible material also adjusts its color depending on the outside temperature – cold is represented by shades of blue, warm by green and moderate becomes a more turquoise color – with glowing elements enlivening the entire square at nighttime. summer view, the square as a pool

Re-discover the 1960s Erotic Underground Literary Magazine Only four issues ever went to print before the publisher was indicted and sentenced to prison for violating federal obscenity laws in what would be last and final issue of Eros magazine. Journalism graduate Ralph Ginzburg had already p*ssed off a lot of Americans before he even launched his first hard-cover in the Spring of 1962, when he sent out three million ‘p0rnographic’ mailers to Americans “of higher income and intelligence”. Ginzburg would later publish in the second issue of Eros, sixteen pages worth of outraged replies from his mailers, accusing him of sending them “filth” through the post. Below is a photograph showing what the original mailers contained… Pre-HBO 1960s America was clearly not ready for Ralph Ginzburg’s beautifully curated er0tic literary magazine, which even today, stands out from the crowd, in large part thanks to its art director, Herb Lubalin. Sadly, being ahead of their time did no favours for this talented media and design duo…

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