Tag: Inspiration

Artists

25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

 

Peter Callesen

Peter Callesen thrives on creating art from paper, rather on it. Using paper only as a source, he creates beautiful sculptural works. Each work is made by cutting out one sheet of paper, and using the removed scraps to create figures, buildings, and other objects. His work…

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Websites

30 Stunning Examples of Drop-Down Menu Design

Having a  clean looking navigation is very important for a successful website. You and I completely understand that large information based websites tag along an enormous amount of pages/categories. Organizing all of them neatly is quite significant, considering the limited space available. A challenge like this makes us think harder and come up with unique…

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Illustrations

32 Highly Classified Korean Illustrators

Well-known for its k-drama and k-pop, many people tend to forget that Korea also a country that has many talented illustrators work for game, publishing, fashion and animation industry. Highly skilled and unique art style, many of them are highly educated as they attended university (some attended overseas university) studying illustration or fine art. However…

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Websites

60 Examples of Responsive Website Design

The digital age is here to stay, and we must adapt in order to compete. The growth of smart-phones, tablets (let's be honest, iPad), and netbooks is increasing every year. While moving into the so called “post-PC era,” the job of a modern web designer is getting a tad more difficult. Currently, Responsive Website Design is the talk…

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Photography

50 Visionary Examples of Creative Photography #7

This is the next edition of our ongoing creative photography series. If you wish to check out our previous posts, they can be easily accessed at the end of this article. This article was assorted with some very clever inspirations. Obviously some of the following images have been manipulated in the handy software called Photoshop,…

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Freelancing

An Artistic Triangle: Thought, Creativity, and the Blues

It is flattering, if you are diagnosed with depression, to believe mood disorders have a high correlation with creativity. Past studies suggest the connection between creativity and depression is true, but there is a fly in that ointment If you have ever had major depression you know tying a shoe can take all the energy…

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