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Daily Inspiration #501

Posted: 05 May 2010 03:17 PM PDT


This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, just send us, via email, the image with the link from where you found it, also use "Daily Inspiration" in the subject, and don't forget to send your Abduzeedo username; or via Twitter sending to http://twitter.com/abduzeedo

If possible use the HTML code: <p class="imgC"><a href="Link to the page you found the image"><img src="Link to the Image" /></a></p>

Do you want to see all images from all Daily Inspirations? Check out http://daily.abduzeedo.com

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Chouchou

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Conrado Arduini

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Daniel Schutzsmith

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Eliot Slevin

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Fabiano

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Fabio

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Gisele

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Gustavo Brazzalle

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jamt

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Josh Overton

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

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jtownboy

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Kari Nystad

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Marcelinus Sugiarto

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Oliver Ballon

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Pictual

Radius from rAndom International on Vimeo.

Rokas Me┼żetis

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stae73

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TalkingBear

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Via Twitter

Send your suggestions via Twitter to http://twitter.com/abduzeedo using #abdz in the end of the tweet.

nenuno

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@allrox

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@daniel_nelson

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@Marcos333

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Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #501

About the author

My name is Fabio Sasso, I'm a graphic/web designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil and I'm the founder of Abduzeedo. I hope we can share lots of information, tips, and ideas through Abduzeedo. Also you can follow me on Twitter or my personal site at http://fabiosasso.com.

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Typography Mania #27

Posted: 05 May 2010 11:59 AM PDT


Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more.

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Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania

Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer.

Videos

Book Suggestion

Making and Breaking the Grid

A Graphic Design Layout Workshop

For designers working in every medium, layout is arguable the most basic and most important element. Effective layout is essential to communication and enables the end user to not only be drawn in with an innovative design but to digest information easily.

Making and Breaking the Grid is a comprehensive layout design workshop that assumes that to effectively break the rules of grid-based design one must first understand those rules and see them applied to real-world projects.

Text reveals top designers' work in process and rationale. Projects with similar characteristics are linked through a simple notational system that encourages exploration and comparison of structure ideas. Also included are historical overviews that summarize the development of layout concepts, both grid-based and non-grid based, in modern design practice.

Typography Mania

Images


Typography Inspiration

Part of an old Arby's Sign | by rizzojn


Typography Inspiration

Playing with Typography | by heartlandart


Typography Inspiration

Typography | by b-worx


Typography Inspiration

Typography Poster Design | by pkwahme


Typography Inspiration

Save the Trees, Plant Animals Instead | by John Rabbit


Typography Inspiration

Typography OK | by Lightroom Presets


Typography Inspiration

Swiss Typography History Poster | by RyanFlem


Typography Inspiration

typo-bang-bang-poster | by Philippe Nicolas


Typography Inspiration

Helvetica | by joerehling


Typography Inspiration

Obama Typography | by Fresh Graphics


Typography Inspiration

Victorian Type Poster | by Lagwd


Typography Inspiration

Love Your Body Typography | by rikku813


Typography Inspiration

Typography-Avant garde LT Bold font | by Clinique ElAlya


Typography Inspiration

Handmade Typography | by froodmat


Typography Inspiration

Bauhaus Weimar Typography | by opentype.info


Typography Inspiration

Hand Drawn Typography | by Tim Degner


Typography Inspiration

Mercado Santa Tereza | by Francisco Martins


Typography Inspiration

Helvetica Poster | by dan nation


Typography Inspiration

The Annual of the Type Directors Club | by Nathan Young


Typography Inspiration

The Psychology of Imagination | by Montague Projects


Typography Inspiration

The Hostages | by Montague Projects

About the author

Hi! I'm Paulo Canabarro and I'm here to post some really cool stuff for you, if you have any ideas or any requests please get @ me - pvpcanabarro@gmail.com you can also Follow me on twitter!

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Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion

Posted: 05 May 2010 04:33 AM PDT


This is the Korean Pavilion created to the Expo 2010 Shangai. The pavilion was a project from the architecture office Mass Studies, who used the korean symbology as an element for the space's composition, and used the convergency as the main theme.

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The idea of symbol and space, and the convergence of these elements was incredibly well worked by Mass Studies. Using the theme "signs became spaces and spaces became symbols", they used the Han-Geul, korean alphabet, over the whole pavilion. Besides that, to compose the shape of the building, they worked with white and colored areas, horizontal and vertical volumes, and diagonal lines, creating movement throughout the shapes and symbols.

The theme of Expo 2010 is "Better City, Better Life," representing the common wish of the whole humankind for a better living in future urban environments. This theme represents a central concern of the international community for future policy making, urban strategies and sustainable development.

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Signs and Spaces at the Korean Pavilion
image © designboom

Tip from designboom.com.

About the author

I'm from Brazil, co-founder of Zee with Fabio. Nowadays I like to play with Fireworks, Photoshop and improve my skills in CSS. If you wanna request some posts, please feel free to contact me or follow on Twitter.

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Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Posted: 05 May 2010 04:11 AM PDT


Stereoscopy (also called stereoscopic or 3-D imaging) is any technique capable of recording three-dimensional visual information or creating the illusion of depth in an image, that's the Wikipedia definition. This type of image is getting quite popular, so I decided to create a collection of stereoscopic samples, which the technique that can be explained by overlapping our left and right eyes usually do about an image.

The parallax is the horizontal distance between the left and right image that appears in the objects relative to the observer, is responsible to make these images look 3d, That is why the stereoscopic cameras takes the snapshots using two lenses.

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

Stereoscopic Images Inspiration

via DPUF.

About the Author

Hey buddies! I'm Marcos Torres, a 19 years old art director/freelancer from Brazil, I'm here to bring some new interessant stuff to you. You can see my portfolio at http://flickr.com/marcostorres. Any request or jobs oportunities send to marcostorres90@gmail.com, also follow me on twitter

Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway

Posted: 04 May 2010 08:08 PM PDT


I sure love illustration, and for many years now I've been following many great artists at DeviantART. I could check the evolution of many illustrators, and one of the is Daniel Conway. His pieces are fantastic.

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Daniel is an European illustrator that has done some amazing works, and here are some of my favorites. For more of his great pieces, you may go visit his portfolio at DeviantART, because it's really, really worth it. I hope you all enjoy these as much as I do. Cheers! ;)


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway


Fantastic Illustrations by Daniel Conway

About the author

Hello, everyone! I'm Paulo Gabriel, a 25 year old designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil. I have worked as a webdesigner since 2006, but websites and blogs have been a hobbie for me since 1999. Here in Abduzeedo, I try to bring only the hot stuff for you... and hope that all of you enjoy my posts! For more cool stuff, you may also follow me on Twitter.

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