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Photo of the Day: On the Edge

Offshore winds whip waves against the rock wall on the north side of the Palm Beach Inlet on Tuesday. (Thomas Cordy/The Palm Beach Post) Click image to zoom.

The Deep End’s Website of the Day : Capitol Couture

Capitol Couture is a publicity site for the upcoming feature, The Hunger Games. All the novelty aside, its a well done site, making particularly good use of responsive web design. We also really like the retro-futuristic typography.

Photo of the Day: White Bengal Tiger

A white Bengal tiger yawns at the Dusit Zoo in Bangkok, Thailand. The white tiger is a recessive mutant of the Bengal tiger, and several hundred are in captivity worldwide. (Sakchai Lalit/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.

‘Pacific Standard Time’ Exhibition in Berlin

A man walks in front of a detail of the giant painting ‘Berlin Red’ created between 1969-1970 by Sam Francis, and a woman looks to the artwork Untitled (Venice) created in 1967 by Lee Mullican, during a press preview of the exhibition ‘Pacific Standard Time’ in Berlin. The exhibition offers viewers a primer on three decades of Los Angeles’ art scene and stems from a decade of research. (Markus Schreiber/Associated Press) Continue »

New Modena Museum Honours the Life and Works of Enzo Ferrari

The Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena was opened Saturday to honor the life and work of Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the Italian sports car manufacturer. The new museum complex includes Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace and a futuristic automotive design gallery, painted in the yellow that Enzo Ferrari chose as the background for the prancing horse on his famous logo. The museum was reportedly the last work by famous architect Jan Kaplicky before his sudden death in January 2009. Following his death, the remaining construction was completed by his former colleague Andrea Morgante.

Ferrari Vice Chairman Piero Lardi Ferrari poses during a media preview of the Casa Enzo Ferrari museum dedicated to his father Enzo Ferrari, in Modena, northern Italy, March 9, 2012. The museum honours the life and work of Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the Italian sports car manufacturer, and will officially open on Saturday. (Reuters) Continue »

World Naked Bike Ride in San Francisco

A naked protest against the dependence on fossil fuels by riding bikes across San Francisco was held during the “World Naked Bike Ride” on March 10. According to the organisers, it aims to defend the right of cyclists to ride on the streets in safety. It also claims to “Celebrate free-body culture, bicycling as an alternative to cars and a generally greener way of living.”

A naked cyclist holds his bicycle up during the “World Naked Bike Ride” on Sao Paulo’s Paulista Avenue March 10, 2012. The event aims to defend the right of cyclists to ride on the streets in safety, according to organisers. (Reuters) Continue »

The New Nissan DeltaWing

The new Nissan DeltaWing experimental race car that will run at the 2012 Le Mans 24 hour race is unveiled to the media in London; the car is an exact replica of the one currently testing in the U.S. The car uses a race-prepared Nissan 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, featuring direct petrol injection and a turbocharger. The DeltaWing is half the weight and has half the aerodynamic drag of a conventional racer. (Alastair Grant/Associated Press) Continue »

Photo of the Day: Free as a Bird

A bird is perched on the branch of a flowering tree in Agartala, India. (Sushanta Das/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.

Jacob Cass Joins “Deeply Graphic” Podcast to Talk Logo Design

On this episode of The Deeply Graphic DesignCast, we sit down with Just Creative’s Jacob Cass and talk all about the ways we have learned to make the logo design process as effective as possible. From winning clients through project completion, we cover it all. Logo Design Process With Jacob Cass

Fine by Virgilio Villoresi

Fine is the story of birth, life and death of a soldier, represented on a hand (mine, for instance).

The movie is inspired by the concept of handpainting, very close to the works of italian artist Mariotti and the finger videos movement. Dedicated transitions created with the technique of the shuft pan has been used to create a true cinematografic editing through the hand.

Both the initial and final soundtrack, as well as the military salute of the last scene are a hommage to Jiri Trnka’s masterpiece “The Hand”.

Vampire Woman, Who Prefers to be Called Jaguar Woman, Got Her First Tattoo at 14

Maria Jose Cristerna, a mother of four, tattoo artist and former lawyer, poses for a photograph in Guadalajara March 8, 2012. Cristerna, dubbed “Vampire Woman,” prefers to be identified as “Jaguar Woman.” (Alejandro Acosta / Reuters) Continue »

Photo of the Day: Starfish on the March

Starfish are spread out on the ground to be dried for plant food near Ishinomaki, Japan, where the earthquake and tsunami heavily damaged the island. The second anniversary of the disaster is Sunday. (Itsuo Inouye/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.

Photo of the Day: Aurora Borealis Near Yellowknife, North West Territories

The largest solar storm in five years sent a huge wave of radiation into earth’s atmosphere, creating a brilliant show of the aurora borealis near Yellowknife, North West Territories. Yellowknife, which is situated directly under the auroral “oval,” has some of the best northern lights viewing in the world. (Bill Braden/The Canadian Press) Click image to zoom.

Japan, One Year After the March 11 Tsunami: A Revisit

A whirlpool caused by the March 11, 2011 tsunami is seen near Oarai City, Ibaraki prefecture, in this image taken March 11, 2011 (L), with the same area being shown on March 3, 2012, in this combination photo. (REUTERS/KYODO) Continue »

Bond Girl Halle Berry Introduces Her First 5th Avenue Shoe Collection

American actress and Golden Globe winner Halle Berry has collaborated with director Michael Haussman to film a new commercial in order to promote her own shoe collection called “5th Avenue by Halle Berry”.

The Bond Girl has joined forces with German brand, Deichmann, and introduced a collection of 40 summery, elegant and feminine shoes. The collection mainly includes peep-toe wedges, high-heeled sandals with straps, and slingback sandals perfect for combination with three-quarter jeans and a casual T-shirt just as easily as with the maxi skirts and dresses. Continue »