During my recent trip I documented the places and objects I saw during my travel to Colorado and New Mexico. After processing hundreds of images that brought back many memories I’ve created several wallpapers that currently dress up my screens. Feel free to save and share these and hopefully they will please your eye and mind.
Sometimes designers create projects out of thin air or embrace a challenge that transforms dullness into a clever bliss. Ji Lee, a designer and frequent contributor to the New York Times whose work has been featured on ABC World News and in Newsweek, Wired, the Guardian, the Huffington Post, and Boing Boing, came up with Word as Image that invites you to see letters from a different yet familiar perspective. A former creative director at Google, and now a CD at Facebook, creates images of the words using only the letters without adding outside elements.
Social media has become an important way of connecting and building long lasting relationships with your client base. It’s a great marketing tool that allows you to establish a solid online presence in an inexpensive and timely manner. Twitter is one of the most popular social media sites today, allowing you to spread the news about your venture to large follower base.
No one does weird like Japan does weird. Here are some of the strangest inventions that are currently on the market place.
Japanese artist Riusuke Fukatori creates incredibly realistic 3D painting works of goldfish that swim in the bowls. The three dimensional fish look convincingly alive and real. Riusuke uses acrylic that he paints in layers with clear resin to create a dimensional effect.