inspire first
Follow Me on Pinterest
The_Water_Series_Oil_Paintings_of_Underwater_Scenes_by_Matt_Story_2014_01

“The Water Series” – Oil Paintings of Underwater Scenes by Matt Story

September 2nd, 2014

L.A.-based artist Matt Story has the unique talent of creating hyper-realistic artworks which capture a moment in time and look as detailed as photographs. Having worked as a technical illustrator and graphic artist in film …

read more
Selfies by Willard Chivers

Selfies by Willard Chivers

September 2nd, 2014

Dose of funny selfies by Willard Chivers. Visit Willard Chivers

read more
Vintage Flowers by Sylvia Cook

Vintage Flowers by Sylvia Cook

September 2nd, 2014

Sylvia Cook is a photographer based in Newcastle, WA who loves to capture beautiful pictures of nature, flowers, macros. Sylvia grew up with her father who was a photographer, so she started to play around photography in …

read more
Zelda Illustrations by EternaLegend

Zelda Illustrations by EternaLegend

September 2nd, 2014

Collection of amazing fantasy illustrations by Sweden-based EternaLegend. Visit EternaLegend

read more
Portrait Photography by David Arnal

Portrait Photography by David Arnal

September 2nd, 2014

Several inspiring portrait / make-up photos by David Arnal, an artist from Spain. Visit David Arnal

read more

eBay New logo

In making the announcement was Devin Wenig , President of eBay .
After seventeen long years and a logo (ugly) known in the world (thanks to its 100 million active users), the company founded in 1995 by Pierre Omidyar changes his image and does so with a logo created in the wake of the minimalist graphics, it does keep the same colors but it does simplify reading and vision.
New logo designed by the American designer Diana McDougall (do not know for what amount) loses its typical overlapping letters from anonymous font in favor of a more rounded font such as Univers Extended. For now, the reactions of the numerous creative international comunity seem quite favorable to the change of image desired by Wenig, which certainly can not be said for the (ugly) new logo Microsoft.

HERE more info and pics

You might also like

Comments