California-based photographer Karen Abad and her friend Cristina have created a series of adorable television scenes featuring Cristina’s baby, Olivia.
Tina Schultz concocts imaginative works that are free of the limitations of reality. The strong compositions produce a harmony between the world that we know and the passionate worlds that Schultz has yet to dream up.
Surreal photographs by Russian photographer Ilya Kisaradov (aka ezorenier) are absolutely mind-bending.
One of the biggest complaints about the much talked-about Google Glass is about how unfashionable its frame looks—few outside of the tech geek community would want to wear them.
San Francisco-based designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart went home to begin construction on an extremely ambitious project: a 1:60 scale reproduction of a Boeing 777. Continue »
A collection of minimalist logo designs for your inspiration.
What I Be Project is a powerful portrait series by photographer Steve Rosenfield that features individuals who have bravely opted to bear their insecurities on their bodies.
Expert Photoshoppers over at Worth1000 continue to re-imagine classic paintings with celebrities as the models.
Finnish photographer Christoffer Relander finished a new series of photographs titled “We Are Nature Vol. III,” the artist created light and airy multiple-exposure portraits blended with natural elements. Continue »
This time we are presenting for you a collection of new released free fonts of December. Continue »
This is a collection of best Photoshop tutorials released in November 2013.
National Geographic recently curated a series on its website called ‘Illuminating the World’ showcasing readers personal work that was submitted to the magazine’s photo community Your Shot.
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Designers of mobile interfaces are becoming more prominent in today’s faced-paced web space.
Artist Kyle Lambert created an incredibly photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman using nothing but the Procreate app on an iPad Air.
Check out these amazingly inappropriate ads that show what was socially acceptable as recently as half a century ago.