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The Floral Project by Antoni Tudisco

Antoni Tudisco continues to work on his passion, and today we are going to share you another one of his unusual work of art, the Floral Project. Floral design is the art of using plant materials and flowers to create a pleasing and balanced composition. Evidence of refined floristry is found as far back as the culture of ancient Egypt. Professionally design floral designs, arrangements or artwork incorporate the elements of floral design: line, form, space, texture and color and the principles of floral design: balance, proportion, rhythm, contrast, harmony and unity. Floral art in competition in rose festival in …

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5 Free Tools for Making Mobile Website

The next big thing in the era of web browsing is the mobile web browsing. Creating a mobile version of a website does sound a little difficult, however, this is not really true. Today, we have readymade kits and tools for accomplishing these tasks, which make it look more like child’s play. These tools are both paid and also come for free. Here, we focus on the five best available tools for the purpose. 1. The goMobi Mobile Site Builder This is one amazing and quick mobile website builder. It gives the user a thorough smartphone experience on any mobile …

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Fanciful Food Typography by Jorge Tabanera

Jorge Tabanera  a Madrid-based artist, has the passion in creating food-themed lettering illustrations. These lettering illustrations immediately catches my attention when I was browsing through Behance, what makes them attractive? Simple, food and art are attractive to anyone, moreover when this two elements are put together and accompanied by a good color combination, the result will be a fancy illustrations You can check more of his creative work via his Behance gallery.

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Web Design – The Art of Simplicity

Ask a web designer how to improve your website and they’ll suggest a complete redesign. Loads of new features, cutting edge tech, widgets, gizmos and gadgets. Ask an SEO expert and they’ll come up with a ton of new strategies, they’ll tell you to ignore the designer and listen to them. Ask a copywriter and they’ll tell you a complete revamp of your content is needed. You get the picture, probably. Web design, content management and SEO are all crucial parts of creating a successful site, but it’s a fine balance and one that can leave those new to doing business (successfully) …

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UPDATED: Win a WordPress Theme from TemplateMonster

How about a giveaway? Do you like this idea? Then it’s time to know that TemplateMonster is giving away 3 premium WordPress themes to 3 lucky winners (each winner will get one theme). For a chance to win a premium WP theme, please leave a comment to this post and tell us which TemplateMonster WordPress theme you like best and why. Naturally, you can not answer this question without visiting templatemonster.com. So, take a few minutes of your time to find the WP theme you’d like to win, copy its ID and add it to your comment. About TemplateMonster TemplateMonster …

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40 Uncanny Halloween Flyer Templates

What does Halloween mean in this modern age? It means good food, good laugh and hard partying. It’s a day of laughter, fun and thrill. Nowadays, the event is usually celebrated with costume parties, trick or treats, kiddie parties and sizzling club gimmicks at night. In fact, it’s only a few weeks away. At this point, people are preparing for their own Halloween parties. Everyone is busy planning their attire, food, decorations and music for this Halloween. So if you’re hosting a Halloween party, you’re probably busy with the preparations.  I know it’s not easy to plan a party so …

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When Your WordPress Theme Doesn’t Matter

Some people choose a WordPress theme based on the niche it is designed for. This happens very often, and in fact – to many Photocrati customers. Some WordPress themes are designed to look how a niche specific theme should… like a church or restaurant theme. If you own a restaurant, do you choose a theme because it says it’s designed for your industry? Do you choose the theme because it contains a menu system? This is a great debate, and one that has and will go on for a very long time. The Photocrati theme falls into this same situation …

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20 Creative Food Advertising Designs

Everyone needs food, this is a universal truth. But because of the growing market today, different food manufacturers are competing against each other. A company must think of ways to outwit, outplay and outlast their competition to be the sole “survivor” in this industry. The most effective way of doing this is by having advertisements. And not just plain old advertisements, to be able to be successful, you must have a creative advertisements and not just those monotonous, stereotype advertisements that others have. An advertisement can spell a company’s success or failure. In order to have an effective advertisement, it …

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5 Design Elements Hitting Their Stride in 2013

Web design trends come and go, with some successes, such as flexible frameworks, and some flops, such as full flash sites with unskippable intros. 2013 has seen quite a few Web design elements that improve user experience, expand interesting features for Web developers, and start pushing the capabilities of HTML 5 to its limit. Here are a few up and coming Web design elements that you should consider the next time you’re building a website: Designing for Small Screens 56 percent of mobile phone users have smartphones and the number of people browsing websites on their phones continues to rise, …

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How to set up a graphic designer office

If you’re a graphic designer or involved with photography, your requirements for a suitable working space vary considerably from the average Joe. You’ll need specialist equipment, more space and even different furniture. You should plan and think through the following four points carefully before you start this renovation. Space A graphic designer’s workspace can require considerably more space than a traditional home office. Measure the room to ensure that it can accommodate a large desk, storage furniture and all of your electronic equipment. Plan ahead so that you have enough wall space to hang artwork, photos and design ideas to …

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