Is this the most ultimate StarWars inspiration post ever? It just maybe! From craftily sculptured Darth heads and stunning illustrative examples—to humorous StarWars comics and satire—this inspiration article should give you much viewing pleasure. May DesignSoak be with you…
This eerie photography selection is by English photographer, Michael Kenna, who currently resides in Washington, USA. I think his varied work is fantastic, and reminds me very much of the work ofJim Kazanjian. The gallery below shows a variety of his work, from images of Easter Island to statues in China. Enjoy…
If you’re like me, you are interested in a photo printer because of the convenience it offers over sending your photos out to a commercial lab for printing. Although commercial labs offer one hour service and great quality, they are not always convenient. I have spent many evenings into the wee hours of the night printing untold numbers of photos from my home printer.
That’s the time I prefer to do it. I am more relaxed and creative later in the evening. However, most if not all photo processing labs are closed at that time. I could prepare my photos and send them electronically once the labs are open, but I like to experiment with colors and effects too much. For this I need to see the results right now.
How many people do you know that are interested in creating a website for their business or company? There are numerous people who fall into this category with most of them already having own websites. One thing with websites is that it is a hard to pin point and say that this is a Toronto website design or a Korean website design. It all comes down to the website developer. There are very many ways of classifying websites; however, getting one that is right for you could be a bit challenging. Here are some few tips to remember when creating an own website.
Do you have an art project you wish you could dive into but don’t have the funds to see it through? Maybe you are an avid photographer who wants to take your hobby to the next level with a coffee table book of your best work.
Whatever your dream, the relatively new phenomenon of crowdfunding might just help you make it a reality. If you’ve got an idea you truly believe in and think you have the mettle to see it through to completion, and you haven’t heard of crowdfunding, then it’s time to educate yourself.
Here are some wonderful pencil sculptures by Jennifer Maestre. As can be seen, the artworks are made entirely from coloured pencil-ends. I really love the “Luna Pencil Sculpture” shown above. Here are some more: