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Tokyo Camera Style: A photo book of rare, custom and beautiful cameras found on the most stylish streets of Japan’s capital

Tokyo Camera Style

Though smartphones might take the bulk of our daily point-and-shoot photography, street shooting with film is alive and well—especially in Tokyo. Throughout the ’90s and early aughts, Japanese camera-makers from Contax to Nikon produced a range of……

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Metazz: metal albums redesigned with a vintage jazz cover style

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What if metal band commissionned the same designers as sixties/seventies jazz bands and asked them to work in the same style? Looking at these visual, it looks like it’s what happened. Brazilian graphic designer Rafa Melandi experimented with a mash-up of trends that gives excellent results. I don’t think metal rock fans would be delighted […]

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1315 Vuarnet Glacier Sunglasses: Vintage mountaineering style meets modern materials

1315 Vuarnet Glacier Sunglasses

In the early days of mountaineering, the gear was rudimentary and the risk was high but the reward was immortal glory. Be the first to summit a peak or venture up a new route and your name goes into the history books and into climbing lore for good……

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Inspirational Examples of UI Style Guides


According to Wikipedia, a UI style guide is a ‘set of standards for the writing and design of documents’ and that it ‘ensures consistency and enforces best practice in usage.’ All very true. But what it neglects to mention is how inspiring UI style guides can be just to look at and get lost in.

In much the same way as we found wireframe sketching and brand identities incredibly inspirational, web UI style guides have the same effect.

If you’re looking to quickly create your own UI style guide, you might like to take a look at this huge selection of Website Style Guide Resources, or this Style Guide Boilerplate, or even Stylify Me, a web-based style guide generator.

Check out this fantastic selection of UI style guides…

Inspirational UI Style Guides

Crunch Time Style Guide by Brian Athey
Crunch Time Style Guide by Brian Athey

NRMA Style Guide by Nomad Agency
NRMA Style Guide by Nomad Agency

Ui Style App by Nick Zhukov
Ui Style App by Nick Zhukov

Style Tile by Facundo Gonzalez
Style Tile by Facundo Gonzalez

Reimagining Codecademy by Manuel Lima
Reimagining Codecademy by Manuel Lima

UI Style Guide by Greg Dlubacz
UI Style Guide by Greg Dlubacz

Finalising a Style Guide by Luke Taylor
Finalising a Style Guide by Luke Taylor

Airbnb UI Toolkit by Derek Bradley
Airbnb UI Toolkit by Derek Bradley

Visual Style Application by Nick Zhukov
Visual Style Application by Nick Zhukov

UI Style Guide by Alex Gilev
UI Style Guide by Alex Gilev

App Style Guide by Marcelo Pérez
App Style Guide by Marcelo Pérez

Style Guide Mania by Bill S Kenney
Style Guide Mania by Bill S Kenney

Medium.com Ui Style Guide by Teehan+Lax
Medium.com Ui Style Guide by Teehan+Lax

Product Style Guide &Visual Guidelines by Salesforce1
Salesforce1 Product Style Guide &Visual Guidelines


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Art Deco Style Portrait Paintings by Slava Fokk

Slava Fokk300Slava Fokk is the artist behind this collection of contemporary art deco style portrait paintings, he is currently based in Moscow working on new paintings. Slava has had quite a few personal exhibitions in places such as Arizona, California, Russia and more. He has participated in exhibitions for young artists as well as displaying his own exhibitions. During […]
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Interview: Sharon Jones: Talking style, singing and fishing with The Dap-Kings’ leading lady

Interview: Sharon Jones

On the heels of her collaboration with Cole Haan, iconic soul singer Sharon Jones—the acclaimed front woman of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings—kindly took some time out to speak with us. Cole Haan tapped Jones and the band for an upbeat rendition……

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Timeless Style with Nixon and Jules Kim: We talk rebellion, awkward fashion moments and timeless style with the NYC-based jewelry designer

Timeless Style with Nixon and Jules Kim

On a recent cold day in New York, we were lucky enough to spend the morning with jewelry designer Jules Kim who’s been a major player in the jewelry scene for quite a while. We warmed up with a coffee with Kim and visited her intimate, appointment……

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ISAORA’s Combo Down Moto Jacket: Combining two cold-weather style staples into one unique and highly capable garment

ISAORA's Combo Down Moto Jacket

If NYC-based performance oriented menswear label ISAORA has taught us anything over the years, it’s to expect the unexpected. The brand continues to break new ground both in terms of aesthetics and functionality—a recent garment was designed to transform……

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Give your art a dynamic, improvised style

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youtube: VtcA10BWM3Y The advantage to working in a scattered approach is that you allow the paint, lines or brushes to guide your imagination and do a lot of the heavy lifting for you, so you don’t over-think the image and lose that sense of energy and freshness.




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Gangnam Style broke YouTube’s view counter

It used to be that having a million YouTube views was cool. It used to be that 800 million views would be enough to make you YouTube’s most watched clip, but now not even a figure of 2,147,483,647 views is enough to contain the chronically popular Gangnam Style music video by Psy. YouTube has announced this week that it’s upgrading its view counter after the K-Pop video surpassed its old 32-bit limit, which was set on the assumption that nothing would be so pervasive as to be watched more than 2.1 billion times. At the time of writing, Gangnam Style is nearly 5 million views above the earlier limit, so YouTube’s promise of “bigger and bigger numbers” is already being put into effect. Going to the video page and hovering over the view…

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