Dana’s chalk lettering is out of this world. She has such amazing typography skills and has worked for clients such as; Google Inc., Rugby Ralph Lauren, West Elm, Adidas, The Ace Hotel, Reader’s Digest/Every Day with Rachael Ray, Harper Collins UK and much more. Take a look at this feature, you won’t be disappointed.
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Peter Saville is a British graphic designer whose work has graced many with beautiful album sleeve art. He’s well known for being the primary design voice of the influential Manchester label Factory Records, though his work certainly doesn’t stop there—he designed mainstream releases for Peter Gabriel, Wham! and Duran Duran as well.
2012 saw some interesting trends emerge on the web, and beautiful websites were present as usual. Most notably, mobile began to dominate the expansion of visitors on the web, which forced both designers and developers to rethink how to design for mobile users.
With the emergence of the tablet computing market, it became apparent that making separate designs for each device size would no longer work, so responsiveness began to become more mainstream.
As opposed to the ads we’re fed with on TV or other traditional venues, ambient ads (see here and here) jump into our lives in way more unexpected places, and it’s usually this element of surprise that makes us stop and look again. Usually well thought-through and witty, ambient ads incorporate the product into our every-day places and ordinary objects, making it feel a lot closer to us than traditional ads.
A lot of people are fond of photography, so finding great photography websites for your hobby is a must. Today the high-quality photo cameras are available for everyone who want to take some pictures, no matter are you a photographer or an amateur. Everyone wants to become a photographer once in a while. For some people this desire ends with buying a camera, but for the others photography becomes the greatest passion. A talent is not enough in order to become a professional photographer.
What you see on these images are color pigments dancing on a speaker. By placing the pigments on a speaker and then playing music through it, the membrane of the speaker starts to vibrate, creating these funny dancing colors. To capture the very moment, in which the pigments are lifted into the air, a microphone was attached to the flash system. Like this every time the micro picks up a sound, it triggers the flashes.