Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama's Nude is a series that explores movement through static photography. All taken from the same perspective, the images capture a nude model dancing to stunning effect, with broad sweeps and curves that seem more akin to Arizona's rock formations than a human form.
The stylish and classic design for the 1975 Montreal Olympics looks as fresh today as it did back then and is still a great source of design inspiration. When it comes to branding, classic, simple design will always win out.
Design concept : kaleidoscope a kaleidoscope consists of small normal objects. Each object means almost nothing. However, when they come together in one reflective space, surrounded by three mirrors, they consistently keep interacting with one another and start to make a myriad of endless wonderful images.
It's the same story in NYU Tisch. Individuals may seem having nothing special alone. They may look like a group of normal people. However, once they get into the NYU Tisch school, the individuals such as students and professors even in different majors are affected by each other by reflecting their ideas, knowledge, and talents. Finally, ordinary people become miraculous.
Minimalist web design has become a trend recently, many of the most effective websites are pared down and minimal. Look at the apple website for an example of this. We've said it before and we'll say it again, when it comes to design, less is often more.
Christmas cards need not be tacky as these beautiful, modern Christmas card designs show. Here at ADOmedia, we offer our own range of stylish digital Christmas cards, greetings and promotions. All of which can be tailored with your company branding. Give us a bell if you fancy spreading some stylish Christmas cheer this year.
Somtimes less is vastly more. We’ve all become alert of how significant advertisements can be to help put any company’s message across. Many ads contain a lot of content as well as color even though this is not a must.
Check out this amazing photography project. The vibration of music pulsing through a speaker triggers the symphonic explosions of colored pigment into the air, the artist capturing this exact moment which lasts only a fraction of a second.
The young Canadian designer Julien Vallée is a leading expert at melding a variety of analog and digital design techniques into outstanding work. This incredible piece caught our eye and we couldn't resist sharing.