The World Wide Fund for Nature, or the WWF, is best known for tackling issues such as conservation, restoration of the environment and research, and what a great job it does. It is not, however, as well known for its creative advertising.
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This article is a portfolio showcase of Pawel Kaminski, a freelance graphic designer from Poland.
These Lego designs are not all the biggest, not all the most intricate and not all the famous…but they are really, really cool. You could almost call these designs art, they carry the style and character of each talented and creative designer.
Designing your own personal portfolio site is the hardest design you will ever have to do. No matter what you do, its never quite right. There is always something you could have done to make it that little bit better. We are our own worst critics.
Stepping away from the relative safety of white/light background in web design can sometimes be quite challenging, even daunting. If it is designed properly, using a dark background, the effect can be very impressive. Here are 25 superb dark designs that prove web design can be beautiful in dark.
Lego creativity is not limited to building bricks and stop motion movies, it extends even to advertising. They can take the simplest concept and often make a powerful and witty statement. There is no end to Lego creativity.
This is a showcase of the amazing photographs taken by Alex & Cocco, a collection of photographs that re-present the everyday confinements, re-proposing the ordinary, the displaced and the the overlooked.
Designers always seem to go that extra mile when designing there homepage, and rightly so (it is what potential clients will see). These are quite possibly the benchmarks from 2008 that have set the (very high) standards for 2009.
These are probably the blog design benckmarks for 2009, they all have there own individual characteristic that defines them as inspiring. They also have one thing in common: They are Amazing.