For 14 years, photographer Beth Moon has journeyed to some of those most secluded landscapes to capture photographs of the world’s oldest trees. Whether they’re a few hundred or even a few thousand years old, the trees featured in Moon’s new book……
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If you are a fan of cute characters then you will love this collection of cartoon illustrations by Bibo X, featuring a journey of a Hedgehog called Keeny and his tiny cactus friend. The story is about Keeny, who is from outer space and was once very lonely until he met the tiny cactus called […]
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Websites are becoming more and more fundamental components of any well-tailored digital strategy aimed at contributing to the success of a business. There is no space for ugly, hard-to-use and sterile interfaces. It is time for web designers to step up and reinvent the way the web experience is offered to their audiences. The goal is not only about building well-crafted and engaging interfaces, which are able to offer great performance across multiple devices, but to introduce the concept of strategic web design as a primary channel to boost conversion rate online.
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youtube: mby6iCoKkO8 Taking place in Middle Earth, the final installment of The Hobbit will be released on December 12th. To celebrate the momentous occassion, Warner Brothers, North Kingdom and Google have teamed up to create a truly immersive experience with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies website.
The Piano Guys are probably having more fun than anyone else in the classical music business. The group — composed of a pianist, cellist, a videographer, and a music producer — has just released a music video that celebrates nearly 50 years of Batman. The video perfectly matches the group’s new “Batman Evolution” composition, which travels through the classic ‘60s TV show, Tim Burton’s 1989 take on the Dark Knight, and Christopher Nolan’s most recent trilogy.
The result is not just some impressive piano and cello work (the two instruments alone were used to make every sound in the composition), but a music video that displays some incredible attention to detail. Each of the three eras gets its own location, Batmobile, and visual style…
Could you ever imagine travelling down into the deepest parts of planet Earth just like in the classic Jules Verne novel Journey to the Center of the Earth? To answer this question, Brazilian illustrator Raul Aguiar has created an awe-inspiring graphic illustration that will take you on an epic deep into journey to the center of the Earth.
As you scroll down this graphic, you will literally experience the deep depths until you finally hit your destination. Along your travels, you will come across a number of familiar objects and a few humorous subtle surprises. Did you find Wally?
So, scroll down and embark on this epic journey to the center of the Earth!
Journey to the Center of the Earth Illustration
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For this season of The Doctor, Ross and Kwame Opam will be sounding off on each episode in a series of emails we’ll be publishing on the site. Warning: spoilers ahead.
After a season premiere all about Peter Capaldi finding himself as the new Doctor, “Into the Dalek” is his first true post-regeneration adventure. Or rather, it’s more of a parable: an outrageously weird story that serves to highlight a darker truth of the Doctor’s own soul. “The Doctor goes literally into his worst enemy to try and understand good and evil… and comes out learning about the good and evil in himself.” It’s a great pitch for an episode that mostly pulls it off. Mostly.
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On Thursday, Computer Arts’ sparkling New Talent issue hits the newsstand. Inside, you’ll find an in-depth guide to the year’s most outstanding new graduates – and outside you’ll see (and smell) the striking lemon-fresh results of our D&AD New Blood cover competition, crafted by talented Falmouth graduate Paddy O’Hara.