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There have been many artistic incarnations of Pokemon’s yellow, cuddly, cat-like character, Pikachu, from the people dyeing their cat’s fur yellow and photographing it, to less extreme creations in the form of nail art. Pikachu is among the nominees for the “Most Popular Cute Character” award, battling it out with Hello Kitty among others. Here we have Pikachu in pixel art form, with occasional appearances by his buddies Ash Ketchum and Jigglypuff, with materials from the art store and beyond.
Here at The Inspiration Blog we understand the need for budding designers to have their work published. Over the next few weeks we'll be accepting submissions from design students and showcasing your work on our homepage, Facebook and Twitter feed for FREE. Are you ready to be "discovered"? Read the rest of this post for details on how to submit your work and get your name in lights...
Twitter has gone through a number of design and layout iterations, where perhaps Twitter background design options have suffered. Many people simply gave up, but with the right design skills it's possible to create a rich experience for your followers. Here is a collection of awesome Twitter backgrounds from the Twitterverse. Hope they inspire you to create your own amazing Twitter background! Remember to check out The Inspiration Blog's background too (@TheInspirationB)
8-Bit Art, or "Pixel Art" is style of graphic design that was first seen in the 1980s and early 1990s, most commonly in video games. The famous computer game "Super Mario Brothers" is widely regarded as the origin of low resolution 8-bit art. The constraints of video game technology in those days gave artists and developers few visual options. Today, this old school 8-bit art is emulated to great effect. Here are some wonderful examples!
As kids we all visualized what was hiding under our beds, in closets and lurking in the darkness. Some artists draw or paint their nightmares, but more commonly with the technology available, artist are able to create really scary monstrosities digitally and also in 3D. This takes their visualizations to a whole new level. Warning! Here is a collection of terrifying CGI monsters.
Here at The Inspiration Blog, we regularly come across inspiring website designs. They might be sent to us via our Contact form or tweeted using our hashtag #HeyTIB or simply discovered on a voyage around the internet. Following on from our first Sites We Like post, here are some more examples. Remember to give us your feedback in the comments section below!
Here at The Inspiration Blog, we regularly come across inspiring website designs. They might be sent to us via our Contact form or tweeted using our hashtag #HeyTIB or simply discovered on a voyage around the internet. Here are some recent examples that we just had to share. Remember to give us your feedback using the comment form below!