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Philosophy Posters by Max Temkin

Philosophy Posters is a series of posters created by Chicago, Illinois-based designer Max Temkin, after being inspired by a retiring teacher who gave him a poster with a quote from Friedrich Nietzsche. Unhappy by the design of the poster, Max took decided to create a series of enlightening posters with a inspiring design. Thanks to Kickstarter, Max sold […]

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Flying Babies by Rachel Hulin

New York City-based photographer Rachel Hulin had this amazing series of flying babies photos showed at ICP, Jen Bekman Gallery, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Wallspace Gallery and The New York Photo Festival. For a brief moment, it really looks like they are really flying children, but we know there’s some digital trickery to achieve […]

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Leap Motion Controller to Control Your Computer with Your Hands

Leap is a gesture-based hand control device, which is still to be launched, and according to their creators is going to revolucionise the way we interact with our computers. Excerpt from Leap website: Leap represents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. It’s more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard […]

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Twitter Avatars by Adam Koford

Utah-based illustrator Adam Koford got inspired by the new Twitter logo and decided to draw these Twitter avatars s based on the new logo shape. If you like these, you may want to check out more over Koford’s flickr set or send him a compliment @apelad. Via LogoDesignLove.

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Why do McDonalds’ Burgers Look so Different in Adverts?

Why do McDonalds’ Burgers Look so Different in Adverts? A question that have probably haunted millions of curious people around the world is finally answered by Hope Bagozzi, Director of Marketing for McDonald’s Canada. On the video below, Bagozzi show the behind the scenes of the production of a MacDonalds’ burger advertising photo.

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