Designer on Print on Demand Webpages

Hello everyone, As a Designer on Zazzle and other Print on Demand Webpages it is easy to create some awesome Stuff like, Mugs, Shirts, Cards and many more! But nothing will happen if there is no Feedback from People like you. I would appreciate if someone will look in my Stores and give some comments.... Continue Reading →


Chiharu Shiota’s “Uncertain Journey” Installation Utilizes 750,000 Meters of Thread

Japanese installation artist Chiharu Shiota is primarily known for her large-scale works of art, regularly using yarn to create huge, intricate web networks that could easily be mistaken for some kind of levitating paint. For her latest exhibition, “Uncertain Journey”, Shiota has transformed Berlin’s Blain|Southern gallery using 750,000 meters of thread from 5,000 balls of blood-red... Continue Reading →

The detail in Taylor Mazer’s dark illustrations is eye-melting!

How on Earth does Taylor Mazer make these extremely detailed sketches with just a micron pen? The Michigan-based freelance illustrator is a master of making dark alleyways and facades look so photogenic, you’d think they were photographs. Detailed brick by brick, Mazer’s micron pen illustrations set in the Midwest, when viewed up close reveal a truly time-consuming process. Mazer is currently attending Kendall College... Continue Reading →

Celebrities without makeup captured by Chuck Close

Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue shows stars without the usual layers of cover-up and expert facial shading. Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Scarlett Johansson and other celebrities were captured without the assistance of professional makeup artists in this rare photography series. The stars are shown through the lens of renowned artist Chuck Close who is known for... Continue Reading →

Spilled paint inspires unique clothing designs

If you’re working in the studio, things are bound to get messy. Olya Glagoleva and Lisa Smirnova have used this as inspiration for their latest collaborative project. The duo have captured this messy look and given it an elegant spin. The clothing has been embroidered in Russian artist Smirnova’s style, with patches of what appear to be accidental paint drips and... Continue Reading →

How smartphone cameras took over the world

In the early 2000s, the digital photography revolution made it possible for miniaturized camera hardware and image sensors to be packed into cell phones without adding a significant amount of weight. Then the iPhone was announced. As the smartphone war began, the camera became an important part of the ongoing spec race. Competitors tried to... Continue Reading →

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