Tag: Examples

30 Stunning Watercolor Artworks That Will Take Your Breath Away

Art takes a lot of forms. When it comes to painting, watercolor is one of the more challenging mediums to work with because of the mutability that water brings to the paint. Your paint can be hard to control if...

Reflection Photography: 30 Magical Examples That Will Tickle Your Fancy

It has been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Have you ever stopped to realize the beauty of things around you? Sometimes, even simple reflections from a glassy surface can be such a thing of beauty....

Testimonials Done Right: 20 Inspiring Examples

If there’s one thing that could help you spark up the interest among your target audience, it has got to be the use of testimonials. The sad thing is, they are not being utilized as much today as they should...

20 Beautiful Websites Designed With Squarespace

So much buzz has been going around about Squarespace and how it has changed the way people built their websites. And once you’ve seen some of the websites they power up, you’ll understand why this is so. Squarespace has definitely...

Dronography: 30 Impressive Examples of Drone Photography

There is no landscape too far or too high for a drone. They are tireless and can be equipped with cutting-edge technology for the best results. UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) or drones are operated via remote control by an operator...

40 Beautiful Examples of Lomography

Lomography started, like most brilliant things, as an accident. Sometime in the 90s, a group of students picked up a Lomo Kompakt Automat not knowing what to expect. Shots were taken from the hip while some others used a little...

20+ Examples of Clever Bus Stop Advertising

Statistics show that posting a bus shelter ad produces high impressions at a low CPM. Companies understand and use this to their advantage. Due to great visibility and low public ad cost, companies hire good advertising agencies to create engaging bus stop ads...

30 Inspiring Examples of Knolling Photography

In 1987, a janitor named Andrew Kromelow was working in a fabrication shop that produced furniture for Knoll. Inspired by the angular design of the furniture, Andrew started arranging displaced shop tools at right angles. Eventually, he began to describe...