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Creative Packaging

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101 Brilliant Examples of Forced Perspective Photography

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Creative Packages

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2011 Logo Design Trends

Logo Lounge, for the past nine years, has posted annual logo design trend reports and they have just released the 2011 logo design trends report. I would love to hear your thoughts on the showcased trends. Do these identity / branding trends effect you or your process? Do you agree with these suggestions? Have you noticed […]

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Subway Animals

In 1988 the british artist Paul Middlewick started seeing something else but subway plans in the Londonian underground. He took a second look at those maps and saw a forrest. In fact he saw many and many animals formed by lines and dots that actually make the subway map. From Dogs to parrots, passing elephants or […]

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Great In The Sack: 15 Weird & Wonderful Shopping Bags

Calling all shopaholics and sacks addicts: we’ve got your fun bags right here! These 15 weird & wonderful shopping bag designs take the concept of “love handles” to a whole new level while consigning the basic, bland, brown bag to the boredom bin. Shopping Unplugged (images via: Ads Of The World)You know those Smart Electricity […]

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Single-Serving Wine Glass is a Perfect Picnic or Party Ware

We drink beer from bottles, but even with a small single-serving wine bottle there is always a glass – so why not combine the two in to one and save everyone some hassle? These plastic glasses might not go over well at a formal dinner party, but for a toast-on-the-go or quick picnic they could […]

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10 of the most impressive subway stations

Stockholm Tunnelbana (Sweeden) `Subway stations are usually designed in a clean and modernistic style in order to make people forget they are traveling deep underground. It is different in the Stockholm subway though, in which several of the deep underground stations are cut into solid rock which were left with cave-like ceilings. Oldnature meets nextnature. […]

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Facebook, Twitter and YouTube redesign their websites

In the last months we have seen some Internet titans redesign their websites. Facebook First it was Facebook. They changed a lot. Before they had this bar at the bottom of the page with the apps, chat and so, which is now back to the traditional menus in the top and left. People complained at […]

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10 Most Creative Resumes

Sabrina Saccocio is a TV, radio print and web producer who has put together a great eye-grabbing resume, looking for a unique and interesting work, a Facebook resume. (Link) Pocket CV by Temitope Shoda. If you have to go to several jobs interviews in one day, this resume is, besides creative, very easy to carry. […]

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Creative Shoes: 13 of the Wildest Shoe Designs and Brands

[ By Marc in weburbanist ] While the majority of consumers are content to purchase the newest brand of name brand shoes, in the same color and style they always get, this doesn’t hold true for everyone. In our daily lives we only come across the occasional individual who truly works at expressing their personality […]

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Winsome Words: 18 Examples of Typography in Web Design

[ By Steph in Architecture & Design, Gadgets & Geek Art. ] “Web design is 95% typography.” That quote has been repeated around the internet so many times it has practically become gospel – probably because it’s true. While images are important, most of what we process while browsing the web is text. Using the […]

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Creative stuff

Collection of photos of creative stuff.

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Design the case for your iPhone

There is very cool website called case mate where you can design a unique case for your iPhone, iPod, Laptop, etc…. It is made in flash and it is very very nice. Give it a try. The final price of the case is a bit expensive but you’ll get something unique.   

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Amazing Inklet trackpad tablet app for MacBook

The Inklet app essentially converts your multitouch trackpad in your MacBook into a drawing tablet by adding pressure sensitivity when using with a Pogo Sketch, as well as “advanced palm rejection” which lets you rest your hand while drawing or writing. As you can see in one of the videos after the break, you can […]

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