This dog, toddler, and baby love to nap together. Jessica Shyba captures these precious moments in unbelievably adorable photographs. I could look at these all day. Here are some recent ones from a huge selection of beautiful photographs.
Paste Magazine has put together a collection of beautifully designed beer cans. I've done a lot of work designing bottles in the alcoholic beverage industry, but I have never had the pleasure of working on a design for a can. These are so inspirational!
Now here is something everyone can appreciate – bringing beautiful design to a seemingly mundane everyday item like a passport. Norway's landscapes are used as inspiration for the new minimalist design.
Fashion photographer Lara Jade attempts to take high fashion photos with a 0.3 megapixel toy camera.
The results are beautiful which goes to show that you should never let the limitations of your camera dictate the quality of your photos; it's your vision that matters!
Every year my husband and I try to come up with a fun, creative idea for our Christmas card. Since having our second child in September, our lives have been a little chaotic so he wanted to take a photo that captured said chaos. I vetoed the idea due to lack of time and energy, but this Hoboken based photographer completely nailed it!
Danielle Guenther captured a series of photographs that show the challenges of parenting. These are my two favorites and the ones I identify with the most. See more of her hilarious photos on her website.
Photographer Amos Chapple visits what is considered to be the coldest inhabited place on earth, the village of Oymyakon, to capture some incredible images. With only 500 residents I can't help but be curious as to how a person ends up living there.
Here are some of his beautiful images. You can see more of his captivating travel photography on his website.
With a forest fire blazing nearby, this couple had to rush their wedding day in order to get out safely. But first their photographer managed to capture some stunning photos with the fire blazing in the background. i'm sure this was an unusual and unique experience for all involved!
Two students at the Columbus College of Art create these beautifully detailed masterpieces out of chalk. They pick an inspirational quote and create their art around it. They are all striking and I can only imagine the amount of time it takes to complete one of these.
I love this idea by New York based graphic designer . He creates lovely graphic illustrations of some of the memorable windows he sees around New York City. New York has some beautiful architecture that is sometimes easy to disregard. He makes sure we notice it.
Artist “A. Boogert” wrote this book about mixing watercolors in 1692. He explains how to create certain hues and change the tone by adding water.
This could be considered the original Pantone Color Guide, first published in 1963.