Posts By : Kevin

Wonderful Pop-culture Portraits Created with LEGO

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We have a few of posts regarding LEGO, but I have not seen anything like this. Simple, yet creative! I never thought you can actually draw with lego. This LEGO pop-culture portrait series is created by Chris McVeigh aka Powerpig. He created portrait of popular characters using just LEGO. I like how he also put…

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The amount of beer and coffee being consumed daily are immeasurable. Do you know which one is better for you in different kind of situation? This infographic is created by I love coffee. It shows the benefits and drawbacks of drinking beer and coffee. It can boost your productivity and stimulate your creativeness! Of course,…

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iOS7 Feature Comparison Chart For Different iDevices

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Finally, iOS7 is almost here! So, you have iPhone 4? iPhone 4s? iPad sitting on your table? To avoid disappointment, you should check this chart to find out which features are supported by your iDevices. Credit to TheAppleLounge who made this chart. Click the following image to enlarge.

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The Evolution of Bicycles

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Bicycle is one the greatest invention ever! Some of my friends they can’t live without cycling. Undeniable, it’s one of the cheapest ways to bring you from point A to point B, a great transportation to pedalling around in the city or sight-seeing. Plus, you get to exercise and burn some calories off! No need…

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iOS6 vs iOS7, The Visual Differences

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We all heard about iOS7 since the last Apple WWDC, we have seen it and we’re absolutely excited for the revamped! This version of iOS7 is highly anticipated because Johnny Ive is the one who led the team. The most noticeable change is the UI interface, Apple no longer using skeuomorphism¬†design concept, they get rid…

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Apple iWatch, A Wearable Gadget Concept

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iOS7 release date is approaching, and a lot of iOS users just couldn’t wait any longer for the UI revamped iOS7. There is also a rumor saying that Apple is secretly working on iWatch and possibly will be released/announced end of this year. Here we have a conceptual iWatch designed by an Interactive designer Stephen…

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Calendar Made From Expiry Dates

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This creative calendar is called “EXP CAL YYYY” and tt took Elizabeth Ward 4 years to collect 366 expiration dates with leap day. With combination of different typography, this calendar is of its own kind. She told Wired.com: For a moment in time, Elizabeth Ward was very aware of how quickly the days passed. The…

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New York Normal

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New York Normal series is designed by Rebecca Sloat from Winscousin who currently residing in New York. Having living in big city for a while, she notices a few odditities and funny facts about New York. I love New York City. And one of the things I love most is the ability to poke fun…

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Panasonic GX7 High-end Mirrorless Camera

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Panasonic announced GX7 highend mirrorless compact camera. Similar to Olympus OM-D, Even though this rangefinder style GX7 has a retro look and feel with its leather and grey aluminium casing, but inside it, it has the most advance technology. The most welcomed feature is the in-body stabilizer which has been unavailable for all of its…

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iPhone 6 Infinity

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Rumour has it, Apple will be announcing the new iPhone soon. However, in dribbble community, they already have an imaginary iPhone 6 mock up called “iPhone 6 Infinity” spreading around. Started by an Art Director Claudio Guglieri, he uses it to present its iOS App design, however, this iPhone 6 mock up is spreading like…

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