With the help of photo editing software and unlimited imagination, graphic artist Anil Saxema create some really interesting photo manipulation provides us a fresh way to view our world. His work depicts lighthearted scenes of humans and animals interacting in amusing — and often surprising — ways. For example, a man is trying to iron highway and women is knitting greenery fields. Take a look at these whimsical work and see more on Anil’s behance page.
After a serious search, we’ve finally found the best of the best for bloggers, developers, designers, and anyone in need of great UI kits and icon sets for their sites or apps. Who has this amazing library of kits and icons? It’s PixelKit, and they’ve developed an amazing fundamental library, full of high-quality UI kits and resources.
With so many applications these days, recruiters are on the lookout for something that will easily capture their interest. They want something that will break the monotony of plain and boring pieces of documents that basically look the same. Hence, a well-designed resume is important, which does not only attracts attention but also highlights your qualifications as an applicant. It should present your skills and abilities in a more creative and interesting way to potential employers giving that much needed competitive edge that sets you apart from the competition. Here we rounded up 30 Dazzling Resume Layouts Examples that you can use to impress recruiters and increase your chances of getting hired.
The latest trend to send the internet into hysteria are cinemagraphs – the cleverly designed GIF files that bring a still image to life. The images are seen on a continuous motion, but include a small video on a loop to make a part of the picture move. Many of these creations have gone viral, due to their popularity on social media sites like Buzzfeed and Facebook. Cinemagraphs can range from anything, be it an iconic film scene or a bit of cookery in the kitchen.
Here we look at 5 of the best examples:
The Running Hamster [fastcocreate]
The perfect piece of street graffiti to turn into a cinemagraph. The hamster is drawn on a stop sign, making it as if it is in a wheel. With the rest of the street setting frozen, the hamster moves in a running movement.