Archive for March 15th, 2010

Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks utilizing graphic design, painting, illustration techniques, or computer graphics, that we find for your viewing pleasure. Today’s edition is…Abstract Photography.

Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is one of the oldest known vegetables, developed from prickly lettuce, a wild plant around the Mediterranean and Caucasus regions which was used as a medicinal herb. Some reports point back as far as the Egyptians in 4500 BC, but it was cultivated by ancient Greeks and Romans. Lettuce comes in all [...]

If Salvador Dali made a movie, it would look like the movie…The Cell. Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez) is a special child psychotherapist. She has helped develop a technique by which she can literally enter the minds of her patients, by which she interacts with them and their world they have created and ultimately guide them through [...]

What do you get for that special spoiled child that has every Barbie ever made? The Alfred Hitchcock ‘The Birds’ Barbie by Mattel, of course. Okay, maybe it’s not exactly for children to play with. It’s part of the Black Label collection which is described as “Sensational dolls designed for the adult collector” on the [...]

DRAWING NEW YORK Approximately 8.4 million people live in New York City, and Manhattan resident Jason Polan plans to draw them all. Polan, whose illustrations have been published in The New Yorker and shown in various galleries, hatched “Every Person In New York” in March 2008. “I love interactive projects,” says Polan, who studied art and anthropology [...]

Todd Klein, letterer extraordinaire, born in 1951, grew up in Central New Jersey, spent his time reading every piece of imaginative fiction that he could get his hands on, including comic books. His grandfather, Rex Derr, a part-time jewelry engraver and sign painter, encouraged him to draw and write, and introduced him to lettering. After spending [...]

THE HISTORY OF ST. PATRICK Patrick was born in Britian. His father was a wealthy alderman and a Christian. When Patrick was 16 years old, pirates captured him during a raid and sold him as a slave in Ireland.  He served as a shepherd of an Irish Chieftain in Ulster. During his captivity, he dedicated [...]

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