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Products and Packages with Fantastic Typography

April 25th, 2012
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Products and Packages with Fantastic Typography

Sometimes the most appealing products are not those that are priced the most reasonably, but the ones whose packaging goes beyond functionality and crosses over to the artistic. Alberto Alessi said it best when he described his reason for his own aesthetic designs:

Inspiration

An Eye for Detail: Exceptional Makeup Artists

April 24th, 2012
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An Eye for Detail: Exceptional Makeup Artists

As we search for inspiration, looking beyond our own fields and into other artistic arenas is quite commonplace, no matter how far from common the expressive works we find in these places may be. Which is the case today. Today we take a look at some work of an exceptional group of makeup...

Inspiration

Fabulous Phoneography: Gallery of Smartphone Photography

April 20th, 2012
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Fabulous Phoneography: Gallery of Smartphone Photography

What makes a great photograph? Many believe it's not just the subject of your picture, but even the composition and the style in which you decide to take your picture. Photography, like many arts, is fairly objective--you may find a picture that you love that your best friend absolutely hates. One certain thing about...

Interviews

Massimo And Lella Vignelli: Designs That Will Outlive Mankind

April 18th, 2012
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Massimo And Lella Vignelli: Designs That Will Outlive Mankind

There are two major things that had to be overcome in writing this spotlight on Massimo and Lella Vingnelli: One was how approach the subjects in a different way as they've had so much written about them? Two, as with writing about other designers who are still living, one runs the...

Design

The Painted Egg: Decorative and Imaginative Easter Eggs

April 16th, 2012
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The Painted Egg: Decorative and Imaginative Easter Eggs

With Easter having just passed, we thought we'd look to one of the holiday's most common motifs, the painted egg! There are many different ways to decorate and make something special from your standard, boring egg. You can use either natural dyes or liquid food colors to make them almost any color...

Design

Television Typography: Showcase of Memorable TV Show Logos

April 13th, 2012
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Television Typography: Showcase of Memorable TV Show Logos

TV show logos have become an art. They create recognizable brands that become an important part of a show’s off-air life and legacy. The eclipsing O of "Heroes", the periodic elements of "Breaking Bad", the film-negative "X-files", these title pieces have become instantly recognizable, and help make their shows familiar across many...

Inspiration

Through the Mist: Showcase of Foggy Photography

April 12th, 2012
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Through the Mist: Showcase of Foggy Photography

There are so many photographers who set out to capture not just emotive imagery in their photographs, but hauntingly so. One way that many choose to bring this haunting element into their work is through their choice of subject. Few natural elements can add this tone to photos as well as fog. Easily...

Inspiration

Typographical Infographics That’ll Make You Go “Wow!”

April 11th, 2012
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Typographical Infographics That’ll Make You Go “Wow!”

Words are a really powerful tool to express what you think, but an even more powerful weapon to visualize your main thoughts and concept are graphics. To be more specific a rich combination of beautiful typographical signs, letters and symbols. By using different fonts, sizes and styles it's possible to create stunning typographical...

Inspiration

From the Unconscious Mind: Gallery of Surrealistic Digital Art

April 9th, 2012
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From the Unconscious Mind: Gallery of Surrealistic Digital Art

When most people think of surrealism, they merely think of the bizarre. They think of artwork that somewhat blends the real with the abstract. They do not take into account the movement which sought to unleash the full creative potential of the unconscious mind. This injects a much deeper meaning in...

Design

Turning 2D Into 3D: Seeing The New Angle

April 4th, 2012
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Turning 2D Into 3D: Seeing The New Angle

If you haven’t seen the viral pictures of English artist Julian Beever’s work, then you aren’t on the web enough. Mr. Beever started as a street artist who figured out how to make his pastel chalk drawings on hard sidewalks turn into three-dimensional scenes that amazed and delighted passersby. Beever started out...