C.C Earlier this year I was commissioned to create the film campaign for exciting Australian Horror/Thriller Lemon Tree Passage. In true horror fashion, one early morning I received a call that said I had 7 days to create the artwork. 7 days to cast, clothe & make up a group of disheveled teenage victims & shoot the several elements needed for the end composite, locate & shoot a beautiful vintage car with an inspiring dashboard, composite & retouch the whole artwork in both Quad, Onesheet & TwoSheet format, create the title designs, as well as 2 days of solid file transferring ready for Berlinale festival. A challenge? Definitely. The concept was fantastic - very filmic with a classic, almost old school horror style envisioned by the director & producer themselves. CSS3 Transform to Matrix Filter converter This is the hardest of all the transform functions to understand unless you are mathematically gifted. However, for those who are stubborn, geeky, or both, a brief explanation follows. If you don't undertand everything below, don't fret — you'll probably never use this function. This function is almost the direct equivalent to Microsoft's Matrix Filter.
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the world we live in the world we live in Loading… by Arkadiusz Jankowski (via The Planet on Photography Served) photographyserved.com Man in field with cattle (by World Bank Photo Collection) Flickr / worldbank 6 Methods For Vertical Centering With CSS Centering elements vertically with css is something that often gives designers trouble. There are however a variety of methods for vertical centering and each is fairly easy to use. Today I want to present 6 of those methods. I’ve usually skipped over the topic of vertical centering, since there are some good posts already out there that are easy enough to find, but recently Bikram commented requesting a tutorial on vertically centering so I thought why not. Free Icons For E-Commerce Websites Most e-commerce websites use icons to direct their visitors for an easy shopping procedure. Sign-up, log in, pick items, see items in the basket or shopping cart, choose a payment method options, check on the delivery details and many more online-shopping processes are way easier with the presence of icons. Icons are used because they can simply illustrate and describe more than words. Today we have collected some of the best icon sets for our readers. These icons can be used for your e-commerce projects. Browse around, find a suitable set and make your e-commerce websites more beautiful.
It's Complicated How To Save A Life - The Fray 7381 plays ❝ Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly. Hover.css - A collection of CSS3 powered hover effects All Hover.css effects make use of a single element (with the help of some pseudo-elements where necessary), are self contained so you can easily copy and paste them, and come in CSS, Sass, and LESS flavours. Many effects use CSS3 features such as transitions, transforms and animations. Old browsers that don't support these features may need some extra attention to be certain a fallback hover effect is still in place. Licenses
Don't Click Here: The Art of Hyperlinking I've often thought there is a subtle art to the humble hyperlink, that stalwart building block of hypertext, the stuff that Ted Nelson's Xanadu dream was made of. The word hypertext was coined by Nelson and published in a paper delivered to a national conference of the Association for Computing Machinery in 1965. Adding to his design for a nonsequential writing tool, Nelson proposed a feature called "zippered lists," in which elements in one text would be linked to related or identical elements in other texts.
The Elements of Retro Web Design The vintage and retro style is becoming more and more popular in today’s digital artwork. The use of retro and vintage themes in design is probably one of the most pervasive trends since the industry went almost completely digital. In today’s post, we’ll look at examples of work sourced from the wonderful Dribbble, which helps us focus on snippets of a piece, rather than the entire design or illustration. From here, it’s possible to identify what techniques have been used and to describe how they impact the overall design.