Archives for the month of: November, 2009

The inspirations that come along with street photography are very emotional depending on each shot. These photos have such strong feelings that you can feel the vibe of each location just by looking at them, here are some great street shots from all over the globe. Enjoy!

If you like to share you own street shot post a link on the comment area, we would love to check it out!

All these photos were taken by different photographers so make sure to check each one of them for further inspiration.

Street Photography Inspiration

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I saw this post today on core77 and I thought it was a great story to share it with our readers. I’m sure you’ve all heard the notion that “print is a dying medium.” Advertising in print is down, and seems to continue declining, because more people are going online to read content.

So what do we do? Do we just write Print’s obituary and sit around remembering it fondly, or do we try to salvage it? A brand new daily publication in Portugal, simply titled i, is trying something new and they are getting positive results. i‘s circulation had increased from 11,000 in May to 16,000 in August.

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For this Sites of the Week we have selected some great sites such as the Wiser Pregnancy and Soda. Also we’re featuring a our new site for Zee, and much, much more! As usual we would love to hear from you, keep sending your suggestions to us and we will be more than happy to feature your site.


Zee –

We work with the internet, develop web projects emphasizing design and technology exploring creativity, user satisfaction and an honest and open relationship with our customers.


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It’s time for our best news of this week. We have a lot of graphic and web design, a bit of architecture, ads, tech news, awesome reads and other crazy stuff! So take a look at the links we’ve selected for your inspiration and to keep you updated about what’s going on out there!

Friday 11/27

The Google Wave Invitation Donation Thread Is Open [Google Wave]

The Google Wave Invitation Donation Thread Is Open

Designing Websites for Kids: Trends and Best Practices

Designing Websites for Kids: Trends and Best Practices

UK radio station becomes the first European station to use iTunes tagging service

UK radio station becomes the first European station to use iTunes tagging service

Let’s vote on it: Will Europeans use Gowalla, FourSquare or what?

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Zach Bush is a freelance illustrator from Washington D.C., USA. The first time I saw one of his designs was throught the depthCORE collective and I was really impressed. Now with the new depthCORE chapter, Zach created some fantastic pieces. So let’s take a closer look at his fantastic work.

As usually we highly recommend that you check out Zach’s webiste or his Behance profile.

Zach Bush, a freelance illustrator, is based outside of Washington D.C. As of 2006, he has diligently worked to perfect his skills by consistently taking on new projects by various corporate clients. Zach’s success is largely due to his perfectionist nature, as he will never release a project until he is 100% confident it can not be improved upon any further.

Fantastic Work of Zach Bush

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To begin, its worth mentioning that I frequent the very websites I am complaining about, I have served as a blog editor, but I still believe in the romance of personal discovery. I like finding things for myself, sifting through used books, discovering music, trolling antique shops. I love the idea of vernacular, naiveté, and context – I love knowing there are people and crafts and reasons and wonderful mistakes behind the art we’ve the pleasure to experience.

As the internet has continued to (cough) mature, we find ourselves inundated with imagery, music, tweets, kitteh videos, good news, bad news, opinion parading as news, and an absolutely endless, dizzying, spell-binding array of mental traffic. As my good buddy Ben Pieratt recently put it, “endless scrolls make me feel agoraphobic.”

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From Chilewich, known for its modern textiles for the home, a collaboration with Griffin Technology to make iPhone accessories. The first are cases with an outer layer of Sandy Chilewich’s trademarked Mini Basketweave woven vinyl textile and impact-resistant polycarbonate on the inside. More at Griffin + Chilewich.

Another week and another introduction into the things that we have all too kindly been sent. For anyone new to the site (or anyone that has regularly looked at this and never understood it) we write a short review on five things that have been sent to us during the week.

This week we’ve got two new publications, some fact filled Christmas cards and some mailers, not to mention some well thought out blu-tack.

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Diego Morales is a graphic designer student from Bauru, Brazil. We have already featured his website on the Sites of the Week becuase we really dig its color scheme and style. Now let’s show you a little bit more of the work this brazilian illustrator also known as Mediainvia.

For more information visit Diego’s website at, It’s definitely worth it.

Hello! ‘m Diego Morales, a brazilian graphic design student and full time freelancer at the moment. Mediainvia is my graphic project and where i try to do just what i like. Hope you like it too!

Beautiful Illustrations by Diego Morales

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