Los Angeles is one of the most iconic US cities there is. It is the home of Hollywood, sandy beaches, famous recording studios, and the place where all kinds of aspiring artists go to live in poverty before making it big, and moving to Beverly Hills (or not making it big, and not moving to Beverly Hills). In today’s article, I will be showing a few amazing pictures of Los Angeles, done by photographer Dan Marker-Moore.
It has been ten years since the show ended, and 20 since it started, and TBS celebrated F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ 20th anniversary back in September with a marathon. To promote this, they commissioned artist and graphic designer Allison Hoover to do a series of really cool posters, which we will be showing you shortly.
Wanting to help you we’ve sweet-talked the guys from Vectorious into giving us a beautiful collection with 100 top-of-the line floral vector illustrations. In this collection you will find a lot of floral backgrounds, roses, spring flowers, vintage floral and pretty much any type of floral you could possibly need!
Gediminas Pranckevicius creates absolutely amazing digital paintings, depicting everything from funny cartoon characters, to surreal landscapes and scenes that yell “SALVADOR!” at you. His awesome works have been posted all over the internet, but I think any excuse to take a brake and watch them is good, so here are some of my favorite digital paintings by Gediminas Pranckevicius.
Fashion became big business in Paris, with the whole of Europe taking style cues from the French capital, and by the late 19th century, the first ever haute couture house opened in the city. The man behind the Haute house was Charles Frederick Worth, who many consider to be the first fashion designer, as well as the first ever celebrity fashion designer. Street style fashion photographs began appearing relatively shortly after this, and they of course first began popping up in France. Here are some of the world’s first street style fashion photographs, taken at Longchamps between 1910 and 1920.
Having a website that really catches the eyes of users can prove to be a definite advantage. This “arm’s race” for well designed and developed websites have brought on some wonderful advances in both design and technology, like parallax scrolling and one page websites, and today we will be taking a look at some of our favourite websites using fullscreen menus.