Waiting For The Sun, aka W/SUN, offers a range of sunglasses combining lightness, comfort, quality and aesthetic appeal.
The new shades came out a week ago fitting in a brand new website designed by Isabelle Bouffier ( www.gpssurlacomete.com )
Cool and funny background, New Age inspired and pretty funny. Have a look!
W/SUN promised awesome new products coming in the next months.
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This is a list of 34 hand-picked, fully customizable templates which contain the graphic source files in .PSD format, fresh and creative resources from design community.
Google is now having an all-pervasive presence in both virtual and physical worlds. It is in your office, in your home, in the roads (Google Street View) and by making a foray into the Television industry, it has sneaked into your bedroom. Now, do not hate it for doing so because Google is redefining the very concept of Home entertainment as well as website design, and users are getting a thundering opportunity to surf between TV and web content and that even at real time.
Opportunity and Challenges
The synchronization of TV content and web content has definitely heralded a new era in but it has at the same time opened us Pandora ’s Box, since designers are going to face a barrage of troubles to make a website looks impressive even when it is being viewed in TV. Though it is relatively a new area of work, you need to arm your website with adequate ammo so it can face the challenges of the coming generation with equal ease.
For more info and pics visit WebGuru Blog
“If you only do what you know you can do – you never do very much”. Trying to follow this Tom Krause’s wise thought, why don’t we try to do something beyond the scope of our ordinary activities? For designers and artists this may mean experiments with new illustration techniques, new shapes, colors, and textures. Cruzine is always ready to assist designers in their creative experiments and explorations. With the set of inspirational works below we hope to help you overcome some inner limitations and blocks and show the possible ways of applying your own imagination and skills at their maximum. As always, in this daily inspiration set we tried to cover as many fields of design industry as possible – from photography to 3D illustrations and to digital art, architecture, typography, and motion picture.
Cameras and computers have become cheaper and more powerful, software more sophistocated and printers can now print photos that are as good (if not better) than anything produced in a chemical darkroom. Now, once you’ve acquired a digital setup, the economic restrictions of film and development costs have been removed and the cost of photography is virtually nil.
Here is the website of world renown celebrity photographer Jo Simoes. Yes, that’s George Clooney on the gallery page.
As we posted last week, starting a new online business can be a stressful time for many people, with a large task list and not a lot of money or time to get things started. From business registrations, hosting, domain names, web design, and marketing, any reduction of work can make life significantly easier. One of the easiest ways to jumpstart your progress and get your business online is to use a web template for your design.
We had gathered up 20 high quality PSD templates for businesses, however, today, we have a special freebie for all readers of CreativeFan. We teamed up with GraphicsFuel.com to bring you a professional design studio web template, for free, that you can use in personal or commercial projects.
The design is ready for slicing and coding with all layers grouped and named in a recognizable format, and you can be up and running with your own website in no time.
Tradition-breaking architectural wonders, such as the Vodaphone headquarters building in Portugal, or provocative and calling advertising, featuring young people riding the graffiti-drawn bike, – these have a great potential in attracting the attention of wide audience – from consumers to designers, architects, and artists. We have included such masterpieces into today’s collection of inspirational ideas in addition to colorful art illustrations, 3D art images, interesting professional photographs and video. Besides, here you will also find the impressive works, resulting from the tight integration of digital image rendering techniques into typography art. Few hi-tech innovations, like an electric bike and QWERTY keyboard for iPhone are also here to give you an insight into today’s technological achievements.
Magda Gomes is a Brazilian model and television personality, who is well known in Italy for her television and movie appearances there.
Gomes studied ballet and jazz dance for five years, and subsequently attended a theater school for two years. In order to maintain her studies, she then began working as a model. For six years, she travelled between America and Europe, and has the command of four languages, which she improves by reading regularly (Portuguese, English, Spanish and Italian). Reading being her greatest passion, she is also interested in art and particularly renaissance era paintings; visits to museums can sometimes last days.
After a body-healing weekend, Cruzine has prepared something special to charge the creative minds of our readers with a new portion of inspiration and fresh design ideas. This is our Monday selection of multiple graphic art pieces, which contains celebrities’ portraits and colorful fashion photographs, political visual advertising, fantastic Hulk illustration in 3D, impressive architecture showcase, and, of course, a few links to free resources for creative designers and artists. In addition to visual inspirations, here is also a wise thought to activate your creative thinking: “To find what you seek in the road of life, the best proverb of all is that which says: Leave no stone unturned.” So, set your imagination free, explore and absorb fresh ideas from the surrounding world, and do create something beautiful, attractive, and unique. Remember as Victor Hugo said: “Inspiration and genius – one and the same…”