Photography is taking over. I’m a graphic Designer by day but by night I’m learning Photography and really enjoying the break from Design and working as a Graphic Designer.
Some sensational images from the web, enjoy
The Creative Review iPad App has finally arrived, I shall be having a good look at this tonight, it seems there are mixed opinions about how it has been put together and the costs. Personally I feel this is a baby and still has to develop and grow so I look forward to seeing it become successful. There is not enough creative or Design based apps or information always available as an App so this will receive a warm welcome from myself.
Tell me what you think about the app and how you enjoyed or in some cases don’t like the app?
Once in a while I get the chance to profile and write about inspirational people. Go now and look at Matthew Wilkinson’s photography. Creations from all over the world can be seen on his Flickr page, a must see. Also keep checking Matt’s photo blog mattywilks.wordpress.com Here are a few examples of some of his excellent photography:
If you are interested in contacting Matt check his website for more information mattywilks.wordpress.com
A sad day!
A must share! Especially as I really feel like dancing like this at the moment.
Almost the end of the year, and 2011 is just around the corner. With that thought here is a post on some of the best sites I visit. Inspiration and in-depth knowledge are what makes these sites the best of the web for 2010. Check them all out but don’t forget book mark eatingdesign.com Have a prosperous New year filled with achievements and the aspirations you desire.
Trying is the word. Posting from the iPad app hmm I feel this is not the way forward.
Get in touch fellow bloggers and let me know if you have found a better way to blog on the iPad?
This weeks addition of desktop wallpapers are some images I took last week. I love sunsets and 2 of them would make great desktop wallpapers. Check them out and feel free to download. Leave your thoughts and comment. Eating Design
The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire. Completed in 2006, it is part of the series of four sculptures within the Panopticons arts and regeneration project created by the East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).