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Le Hobbit: La désolation de Smaug - Un Périple à travers la Terre du Milieu

Le Hobbit: La désolation de Smaug - Un Périple à travers la Terre du Milieu

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Super Heroes Meet Flemish Art We have frequently spoken about this artist, here is the new series by French photographer Sacha Goldberger called Super Flemish. The idea : crossed superhero, Flemish painting and fashion of the Elizabethan era. From Batman to Superman through characters from the Star Wars, to discover. Captain America 25 must-see examples of kinetic typography Kinetic typography can come in all shapes and forms. Whether it's a homage to a famous movie speech or song or an exploration of the typography itself, these creations are a feast for the eyes. Here, we've picked our favourite kinetic typography animations including music videos, movie tributes and more... 01. From Paper to Screen This masterpiece was, unbelievably, a graudation project created by graphic designer Thibault de Fournas.

How to Create an Interactive Children's Book for the iPad If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed or follow me on Twitter. Thanks for visiting! Learn how to create an interactive children’s book for the iPad! Terry Border Brings Old Books to Life with Wire 1984 by George Orwell Artist Terry Border gives new life to old books in his latest series titled Wiry Limbs, Paper Backs. The artist, who is no stranger to breathing new life into inanimate objects, utilizes his handcrafted technique of bending wires to serve as limbs and combines it with a great sense of humor. Information Design Watch December 14, 2011, 9:57 am Game Theory, Starring the Bowerbird By Henry Woodbury Neil Gaiman's The Price - An Animated film by Christopher Salmon First and foremost: Happy Birthday Neil!!! And a Happy Halloween to all of you!!! (Yes I realize I’m late on both counts; 5 days on the first and 15 on the second, but what can I say? That seems to be how I roll…) And to celebrate, here is a new image you can use as a desktop, featuring our intrepid hero know simply as The Black Cat:

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