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Photography Experiment: Movement to the Beat

What happens to liquids, specially colored liquids, when stressed by music? Work of art will be born which the bare eyes seldom witness. In this photographic experiment,  Juan Pablo Gaviria of Bogota, Colombia cover a loudspeaker with a balloon to create a surface into with him then pour some liquid paint. He connect the loudspeaker to his iPhone, and when the music hits the speaker, the liquid starts to dance to the music. Then, a kind of magic the human eye can’t see starts.

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Ways to Optimize the Social Media

Social media optimization has increased in popularity over the last couple of months. Whereas this form of online advertisement is slowly catching up with a number of small businesses, a number of savvy online advertisers have been using it for quite some time. This article discusses into detail different aspects of social media optimization so that you can implement it as part of your social media marketing strategy.

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How to Capitalize on Social Media Marketing and What It Can Do for Your Business

When they launched Facebook in 2004, Mark Zuckerberg and his friends had in mind a modest college information network. Today, with 800 million members, Facebook is by far the most popular and most widely used social network in the world. It has not only changed the way we communicate with each other, but it has changed for ever the way the world does business. The power of networking Companies always used networking as a crucial part of any marketing campaign, if they wanted to have any chance of success. Less than a decade ago, networking meant meetings, business lunches, shaking …

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5 Funny Demands That Clients Make

Like a graphic artist, you may have run into various kinds of clients. Some are serious, some professional, plus some who’re really amusing! It is a fact that handling of clients is an essential part of graphics business, but you will find occasions when you’ll face clients who’ll reach you and also take advantage strange demands! Different designers react in a different way to such demands. You can find mad in the client or laugh aloud! The second reason is a much better option because it could keep you in happy mood!

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Methods for Pushing Past a Lapse in Productivity

We’ve all been there. You’re writing along swimmingly and then, without warning, all words run away from you. Nothing. Nada. You couldn’t write a coherent thought if your life depended on it. For freelancers and bloggers, our productivity lapses generally mean the dreaded writer’s block has set itself squarely in our path. And this can happen whether we are copywriting for catalog printing or blogging, or this productivity lapse can also extend to when we run into new problems that are outside of our comfort zone. If you find yourself staring through the screen, wondering what to do next, this …

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The Best Apps for Aspiring Comic Book Artists

Get your “kapow, blam, kaboom” on with technology for comic book students I asked my 12-year-old son what he wanted to be when he grew up the other day when we were driving to my parent’s house for a birthday celebration. He didn’t hesitate when he said, “a comic book artist”! Of course, I should have guessed, he was batman 4-years in a row for Halloween as a small child, and ever since he’s been collecting comic books like they were rare diamonds.

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13 Rigorous Illustration of Florian Nicolle

One of my frustrations in life is the ability to draw and produce creative shapes using lines and pencil. Such ability are given to few, they are out there who constantly craft and lay their creative ideas through arts and present astonishing drawings or paintings – an illustration. Even if I am not blessed with the talent to create stunning illustration, I always find myself browsing to great examples of artist works and amuse my eyes.

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Nine Things That Could Down Your Design Blog

You have been eyeing for success from the time you began blogging. You wanted to have lot of audiences and to make your blog bigger. You would have felt happy when someone left a comment on your blog. When a visitor visited your site, you were happy. You would have definitely been happier when you had millions of visitors on your successful website. Certainly, that’s a good thing. But are you being careful enough for your blog not to disappear just like that?

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