Transat is a geometric sans serif typeface, with caps inspired by Art Deco signage — found inside the “Gare Maritime” (literally “sea station”) ocean liner terminals in both Le Havre and Cherbourg, France, in the early 1930s. The name “Transat” is the common shortening of “Compagnie Générale Transatlantique,” the company that operated majestic ocean liners like the SS Normandie out of Le Havre from 1862–1974.
Mariana Garcia is a talented 26 years old photographer from Mexico. After getting a degree in graphic design, she developed an aesthetic eye and decided to become a photographer. She shoot mixture of portrait, fashion, reportage and constantly growing in other disciplines.
In this Series we collect beautiful and some stunning photography from different artist all over the world. Hopefully this photography Inspiration series will help you.
The logois one aspect of a company’s commercial brand, or economic or academic entity, and its shapes, colors, fonts, and images usually are different from others in a similar market. we might able to help you by presenting this showcase of Highly beautiful, original and creative logo designs for your design inspiration.
Trailblazers: Coates & Scarry and Above Second Gallery Hong Kong are proud to present a group exhibition (UK) featuring the original artworks of Angela Lizon (UK) Carlo Cane (Italy) Carne Griffiths (UK) D*Face (UK) Joe Sorren (USA) Lindsey Carr (UK) Nick Walker (UK) Nigel Cox (UK) Pure Evil (UK) Rose Sanderson (UK) and Sas Christian (UK).
Introducing some of the most talented artists of the contemporary art scene to Hong Kong, this show truly pushes the boundaries of the Hong Kong art market. Some of the artists have shown in Asia, but for many this will be the first time their work is introduced here. With original artworks made specifically for Above Second (Hong Kong), each artist has brought to these works their own ideas of East meets West in a truly cross-cultural amalgamation of themes.
Maurice Heesen is a talented photographer who was born in Hoorn, NL on the 27 th of March in 1969. Studied Graphic design in Amsterdam and worked as an assistant and art director for 2 1/2 years before setting of on an almost 6 years long journey around the world. During this time making his travel money, ones savings ran out, by designing backpacks, which were manufactured in Nepal, and sold through Europe and importing Santa Claus hats from Hong Kong to Germany which were sold on the German Christmas markets. In Singapore he bought a camera which got stuck to his hand on the rest of his trips. Observing human life and capturing the greatest, funniest, most touching and beautiful moments he could find was all he wanted to do.
When you are creating a new website you may be inspired by seeing other sites that are beautifully designed, as a web designer, it’s a must to know the current trend, particularly in web designs there’s always new trends emerging quite often, we have seen a lot of trends passed us in a couple of years like web2.0 styles to grunge, hand drawn, big fonts, illustration designs, ecommerce etc.
Font style portrays the beauty and excellence of any site and is the second most important factor in web design after style sheets. Hence, it is important that site designers get familiar with the font size, color and face. Thankfully, online designs promote additional control over font appearance, including pixel size and other typesetting aspects.
Font properties are the best method to make any web page unique and distinctive. They allow users to change text as per web design, features and functions
iPad is an incredibly versatile tool that helps you manage your life better. More and more businesses are developing user centric apps to fully satisfy the diversified but potential user market. Users have adopted iPad in its new avatar and are using it more than ever almost making it apart of their existence.
Let’s take a look at these 5 iPad utilities designed keeping your personal and professional needs in mind:
If you are looking for a CMS for your e-commerce store, you are probably struggling with the same issue as many other businessmen – which CMS is suitable for your business? Even though you have spent countless hours exploring various possible options, you haven’t been able to make a decision yet. Well, Forix is here to make your decision easy.
As one of the leading e-commerce solution providers in Portland, we decided to take our expertise on the subject, and simplify your decision with an infographic that compares the 3 leading content management systems – Magento, osCommerce and OpenCart.
Get an overview of the e-commerce industry, evaluate various CMSs, make an easy decision and take a confident step toward setting up your first online store. The information graphic presents an in-depth comparison of the features of the 3 CMSs in the form of a chart for quick comparison. It is filled with critical information, statistics and illustrations such as the date of release of the CMS, the latest version, the platform used and the number of websites using it.