Fractal art is a form of algorithmic art and can be created by calculating fractal objects. Once the results have been calculated they can then be represented either as still images or animations. The process is usually done with special fractal software which can be done in three stages – setting the parameter, executing the calculation and then evaluating the end product. Read More
12 March 2011 – There are some truly magnificent natural made structures and wonders throughout the world but when you see these fantastic photos of cityscape’s then it will show you that man-kind is pretty damn good at creating some awesome structures as well. These towering giants and urban landscapes made of concrete, bricks, glass and asphalt and home to millions of people living out there lives. Read More
It is time for our weekly roundup of favourite web designs we have spotted this week. There are some truly classic designs in the top 10 this week with my personal fave being Phase 2 Design Studio which you can see first in the list. Thanks goes out to all the great sites and the designers for inspiring us this week.
There are some inspiring photographers out there but there are non-more inspiring than the gravity-defying Natsumi Hayashi.
Natsumi is a photographer from Tokyo, Japan and can be spotted jumping up and down around the city armed with her SLR and amazing self-timing which capture these truly amazing shots. Read More
I’m always on the lookout for great advertisements and the one that gets me salivating the most is the delicious category of food.
The food industry is a competitive world and the food companies along with advertising agencies are always having to think of new, clever and creative ways to get you to buy their products. So why not take a break and take a look and get some food for thought. Go on tuck in!
It has been a long time since we ran our weekly top web designs of the week series but it is now back! In this weekly post we showcase our favourite 10 web designs of the week. If you wish to submit your site or recommend a site then please use our contact page or message us via Twitter. Many thanks to the websites and designers who have inspired us this week. Read More
You may be mistaken for thinking that these are photos taken from the set of one the Lord of the Rings movies but in actual fact these are real examples of living architecture. The bridges you see are from Cherrapunji, India which is one of the wettest places on Earth and are actually made by tree roots. These bridges are very much alive!
I love art and I love chocolate… what would happen if these 2 things were combined? Well it’s only gone and happened and my prayers have been answered because here is a delicious collection for all those who adore the cocoa bean. Read More