Dresses inspired by popular internet brand

Do you remember last time I posted social media outfits? Using similar concept, Italian digital artist Victor Faretina has been inspired by popular websites in his latest series of works entitled Web in Vogue. Faretina has successfully broken down each website and domain’s function in order to reassemble its elements and the principles of its design in a way that translates the websites into fashion.

The use of popular logos, icons and colours makes it easy to identify each gown, but just for fun we’ve included the titles. All the dresses were designed using Adobe Photoshop CS3 software on his MAC OS X system. Faretina has intentions of bringing his imagined dresses into fruition, but for now, they will only appear on the very browsers that inspired them – a shame, but at least there’s something to look forward to! Similar issue-why this guy design the outfits for women only? Bad news for men again.Arghh..Why not we design baju Raya using this idea?Ahha!Good idea!

Find out more pictures in here.

 

5-million-plus views for ‘A Conversation With My 12 Year Old Self’

This is serious cool. Just in 5 day it posted, 5 million plus views this video. You know why this video is cool?

Jeremiah McDonald’s video “A Conversation With My 12 Year Old Self: 20th Anniversary Edition” picked up an additional 4-million views over the weekend.

The video features a 32-year-old McDonald having a conversation with his 12-year-old self. It is funny and well-edited, but what makes it so special is that the young man playing 12-year-old McDonald is actually 12-year-old McDonald.

(You may wish you too had had the foresight at 12 to make a video tape of your preteen self talking to your imaginary older self, but then again, do you really want to be reminded of your preteen self? Probably not.)

So, how did 12-year-old McDonald get the idea to shoot the video? [Read more...]

Learn how to be creative

You don’t need to be genius to become creative. Kids are good examples of creative mind. Their creativity sometimes better than adults. Actually, you’re able of creative thinking at all times, but to get out of a rut, you have to think out of mind boxes and rutine. One of the problem that stop creativity is worrying about mistake. I’m also face this problem when solve a problem. Don’t be afraid of mistakes because you learn from them and come out with better solution. The Copyblogger got some idea how to break out of a creative rut.

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