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Color Scheme Designer 3

Color Scheme Designer 3 | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it
A designer tool for creating color combinations that work together well.
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Choisir des couleurs pour une page Internet, affiche, plaquette... peut se révéler complexe : Color Scheme Designer est un outil gratuit qui vous permet de trouver des couleurs complémentaires pour divers supports de communication.

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Little Nemo : Winsor McCay Google Doodle May Be the Best Ever | Techland | TIME.com

Little Nemo : Winsor McCay Google Doodle May Be the Best Ever | Techland | TIME.com | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

"The great American cartoonist Winsor McCay gets a great tribute from Google.

Winsor McCay (1869-1934) was one of the first important creators of both comic strips and animation, and a pretty fair political cartoonist to boot. His masterwork was the Sunday comic Little Nemo in Slumberland, about a little kid whose dreams took him to an Oz-like fantasy world."

 

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Ralph Steadman on the Olympics | New Statesman

Ralph Steadman on the Olympics | New Statesman | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

 

"In this week's New Statesman, a double issue special about London [including] a superb essay by Will Self on a walk he took through our capital. To illustrate this, the NS artdesk commissioned artist Ralph Steadman to do a piece inspired by London 2012."

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The Radiant Baby | Keith Haring

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Google Celebrates Legendary Pop Artist

"Google remade its home page logo on May 4 to honor what would have been the 54th birthday of artist Keith Haring, who died of complications from AIDS on February 4, 1990."

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Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly by ~muffincopter on deviantART

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly by ~muffincopter on deviantART | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

 

 

This illustration is a "CD cover I [Muffincopter] made for graphics class. The band is "get cape. wear cape. fly." I was pretty pleased with the design ; I like the little guy's expression when he flies :-) "

      I love this picture by Muffincopter [licensed under the CC BY-NC]  :o)

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Bram Stoker books : a Google doodle that really sucks | the Guardian

Bram Stoker books : a Google doodle that really sucks | the Guardian | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

"Google's latest doodle celebrates the 165th birthday of Bram Stoker, the Irish novelist and short story writer best known as the creator of Dracula, despite writing 19 books.[...]"

Irish novelist who created the best-known vampire in literary and film history was born 165 years ago...

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Peugeot, le lion affamé | Politis

Peugeot, le lion affamé | Politis | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

 

Par Aurel - 26 juillet 2012

Les dessins de la semaine : Peugeot, le lion affamé

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Colour wheel : Teaching Tools of the Future | Edudemic

Colour wheel : Teaching Tools of the Future | Edudemic | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

 

 

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Perpetual Ocean | NASA Visualisation Studio

Perpetual Ocean | NASA Visualisation Studio | Looks -Pictures, Images, Visual Languages | Scoop.it

"This visualization shows ocean surface currents around the world during the period from June 2005 through December 2007. The visualization does not include a narration or annotations; the goal was to use ocean flow data to create a simple, visceral experience. [...]"

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