Some incredible artwork by Marcus James. James was raised in an artistic household and has been honing his craft for decades, and it shows. These drawings were made by continuous lines, and I think they are pretty incredible.
Salt and Pepper
Sometimes I find inspiration in the simple things. The emotional design here trumps the potential usability issues.
Salt and Pepper Shakers by Yar Rassadin
Nice article about typography, with many nice examples: Choosing the right Font: A Practical Guide to Typography on the Web.
I love the La Moulade portfolio site. Just start pedaling scrolling…
A Picture of a Picture is Worth…
“Take a picture of a picture, from the past, in the present,” instructs Dear Photograph, a user generated site that has users posting photographic creations that can be touching, nostalgic, creepy, creative, and funny, and all of the above.
A Fun Website from some Serious Men
Paravelinc.com is one of the coolest, most talented design firms on the block. They also managed to bring clean, responsible design to the masses with their creation of the new Microsoft.com. According to Trent Walton’s info page, when Paravel isn’t designing & coding websites…they’re designing & coding websites. Here is a for-fun website full of inspiration and hilarity: http://themanyfacesof.com
Art with heart
Dan Matutina has created some amazing art using the simple concept of placing two recognizable enemies into the shape of a heart. A great example of the art of constraint. http://twistedfork.me/Versus-Hearts