The Arc Angel is a footwear solution that will reduce the impact on dancers feet while in pointework training. The Arc has major support provided by installed elastic bands, which will encourage proper technique of this form of art. Traditional pointe shoes usually last 8-10 weeks. Using durable materials, the Arc angels will last the dancer for a longer period of time.
Good morning ladies and genglemen! Let’s start right away with couple of cool photos. There is actually plenty of them. If you love the nature, mountains and let’s say risky behaviour, make sure to check the Geological Photography – Trolltunga by T1ll. I am not so sure I would have the guts doing stuff like the guy is doing on the photo :). Female beauty is celebrated right below in Itsaso by TOMAAS. The two very last photos got to be highlighted as well. You may see our nature’s beauty in Daisies by Mandy Disher and Bamburgh Beach by Best Light Images. Nice start, right?! My picks from today’s illustrations is the Numbers artwork by Eva Galesloot and Dante by Talexi. Was Talexi inspired by the Axe commercial? :) Another artwork, this time traditional one that caught my attention was Priest by Feline Zegers. There are couple of nice pieces in the advertising section as well .. make sure to check the South African Airlines ad :) Click the link to see more of these .. they are simply amazing! For all the freebie lovers out there, there is a nice underground flyer template. Better get it bro .). Enjoy the rest!
London-based firm stanton williams has sent images of the recently completed ‘eton manor’, a complex for the olympic and paralympic aquatic training for the london 2012 olympic park. a cluster of venues accommodating 10,500 spectators for wheelchair tennis events and 3,000 for hockey games, the compound revitalizes its immediate context while creating a northern gateway into the park. The land has been reshaped to create smooth and accessible transitions from the area to bridges and facilities. The freshly layered site engages with its surroundings, tranforming the original heritage of the community center into a location for sporting legacy.
Just insane how the times flies … we got Friday again. I know you all are already looking forward the weekend and you won’t get too busy today … so why not using the time doing something you like while still getting inspired. Let’s check what’s new out there .). I’ll start in the photography section although the photo I am gonna highlight could be in the architecture / design section as well. Anyway, check Jumeirah Abu Dhabi by Victor Romero. You gotta love the smooth curves .. amazing. The ones checking us regularly already know what’s next … right, we’ll check the illustrations. There are several pieces I love. Make sure to check Kinnaree by NeoArtCore and Plester The Elephant by Drew Hill Studio. For all the banana milk lovers, there is a nice ad called Binggrae Banana flavored milk: Farm by Cheil Worldwide in the ad section. Fans of photography and mainly cameras shouldn’t miss the Mammoth fisheye lens from the 1970s by Nikkor. At the very end my friends, there is a nice got-to-have flyer available in the freebie section. Enjoy!
Everyone in this world is trying to live luxury life and they trying their best to do this but only fey people in this world who can achieve this luxury . One of the most necessary thing for life is travelling and for travelling we need vehicles but these cars are not for every one because these are the world’s most expensive cars and these luxuries are rare at roads.s so here we have best list of top 10 most expensive cars in the world
10. Ferrari Enzo. $670,000
It is a beautiful semi automatic car,It placed at number 10.Ferrari Enzo has the speed of 217mph and it can reach 60 mph in only 3.4 seconds.It is named after the founder of Ferrari.The price of this car is $670,000.
9. LeBlanc Mirabeau. $748,000
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The original plan was to make a wristband out of a used bicycle tire as I`ve seen it on a flea market, so I bought a button plier. But all I had left at home for the moment was a used tube, so I tried to create something with that tube. It didn`t really worked out as a wristband (detail picture in the corner), so I changed my plan and made a chain protection for pants out of it.
Pictures were made once again with my Nikon D90 and my good old 50mm lense.
The TurboSpeed is a super-light track suit that Nike claims will improve 100-meter dash times by as much as .023 seconds. To put that into perspective, in the 2008 Olympics 100-meter men’s final, .023 seconds would have been the difference between a personal best and a world record for the winner, Usain Bolt. It would have also been the difference between a 4th-place finish and a 3rd-place finish. Granted, we don’t know if that figure holds for the real world. But it is a remarkably big claim.
This is Professional design portfilio for Hugo Ceneviva.
He is have amazing lighting and shadows techniques and photo-manipulations design.
A few months ago he is published the portfolio of Hugo Ceneviva. Today I have a selection with new works by Hugo.
We give him and give you chance to share your work with the world.
Do you know DANBO!?
The name Danbo is a pun on the Japanese word for corrugated cardboard “danboru” (ダンボー). There’s also a company in Japan which makes cardboard boxes which has Danbooru in its name.
There have been a few variations on this name in the west, based on different translations from the original manga. Danbo was the original name used in the Yotsuba&! manga, and has also been used in the most recent translated versions for western markets.
The original western translations used the name Cardbo instead, as a literal play on words of the western word “cardboard”, but the “correct” name in the eyes of purists is Danbo, keeping the original Japanese pun intact.
With the onset of Facebook’s Timeline, many users have come up with some pretty creative timeline cover photos. Have a look at the 27 funniest and most creative ones we could find.
I recently designed a concept bike for the Fast Company / Porsche “Next Design Challenge”, and was happy to see it make the semi-finals (according to the editor it almost made the final 7, which would have been nice). The challenge was to design a product that used at least three design attributes or details from the Porsche 911 (of any era). I did this project for a creative outlet and to practice using KeyShot rendering software, which is a pretty wonderful design tool. Here’s my submission, I’d love to hear what people think:
Today you may look forward another packed set of quality daily design inspirations. I am gonna prove that right away with several hot photos such as the Green Lantern by Roland Shainidze, Slowly Uncovered by Glyn Davies and Petra. Did you like that? Let’s move on. From today’s illustrations my pick is called Fa Mulan by Sakimichan … beautiful. In the art / digital art section there are several cool pieces such as the watercolor painting named Chlorophyll by Olga Noes or Breathe by Norman Duenas. Fans of architecture and wood will appreciate the Bal House by Terry & Terry Architecture few sections below. At the very end, we got a nice freebie for anyone in need of a cool dance flyer. Enjoy!
Another day, another set of exceptional daily design inspirations. Let’s take a look together what kind of artworks did my colleagues prepare for us today. I would suggest to check Mesa Arch by Bill Church, Sunrise by Ryan Edy and the Red Smoke photography. Who would thought rough nature could be that beautiful in case of the last photo. In the illustrations section, there are plenty of amazing fantasy artworks …. gonna mention at least one of them – Death Knight by Slide. Few sections below, there is the art / digital art section which I never miss as there is always something to look at. This time, my favorites are the Lion #2 by Jenny Liz Rome and Johnny Depp by Clarae. We’ll stop in the ad section as well. There is an amazing artwork called Livrarias Curitiba: Apocalypse by Livrarias Curitiba. Better check that one out. If you’re looking for a nice futuristic / techno font, you’ll find a download link to Xero’s Theorem Regular at the bottom. Enjoy!
As usual, we’ll be starting with several quality photos today. There are two I like especially – flower photography by RDelean called Love & Be Loved and an awesome vertical flight of a fighter jet. Pretty amazing, huh?! I won’t disappoint you with today’s illustrations neither. Make sure to check Batgirl by BenHickling, Free Sug(A)r! by Dr. Lukas Brezak and Time Flies by Enkel Dika. From traditional art, my pick would be the watercolor painting called Motley by Olga Noes. If you’ll be scrolling through the ad section, dare not to miss the last featured artwork called MASP Art School: Dissected, Dali by DDB. For all the ones using Worldpress there is a nice sliding portfolio available in the freebie section. It’s nice. Enjoy the rest!