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300,000 Photos of Riots, Wildfires, and Paintings in Abandoned Houses to Create this Monumental Time-Lapse

This short film is truly monumental. Film-maker Jeff Frost spent two years capturing 300,000 photos of street riots, wildfires and abandoned houses in the desert to create a time-lapse that goes way beyond anything we’ve seen.

It’s a Bird, It’s a Millman, It’s Bird Millman

There are more and more momentary celebrities today than ever before, and too many opportunities to become one.

What Happened When ’40s Cartoonists Drew Their Famous Characters While Blindfolded?

What happened in 1947 when Life Magazine asked comic strip artists to draw their famous characters while blindfolded?

Burlesque Performers, Before and After Transforming Into Character

In its essence, burlesque is an exaggeration of society’s beauty standards to an extreme degree, a confrontation with preconceived assumptions about sensuality, power and gender.

Prototype to Launch: Keeping Web Design Projects on Track

Plan, prototype, feedback, launch. Most designers have a basic idea of how the web development process should go.

Jump For Joy! Photographs of Figures In Flight

Forget looking before you leap. In his series Gravity, London-based photographer Tomas Januska captures imaginative, energetic, and completely weightless bodies in midair.

Monotype Introduces New Membership Design Solution

If you’re a designer, chances are you’re designing across various media. When it comes to brand adherence and consistency, the age of responsive web design, mobile-specific and more, your job can get a little tricky.

PhotoShelter’s new guide! How to Market Your Photography

Have you downloaded PhotoShelter’s latest guide yet? It’s called How to Market Your Photography –and it’s free!

Using Ptengine to Track Website Analytics

If you have a website – and chances are that you manage several – you know and understand the importance of good analytics.

Stubborn, Aggressive, Positive: An Interview With Neal Adams

A shorter version of this article appears in the October issue of Print, the International Design issue.

Beyond Waterfall Methodology: Exploring Collaborative Workflows

When I started designing for the web nine years ago, the process looked a lot like this: Designer designed.

This Satirical Facebook Art Is Pure Genius

Facebook. It’s a name that has come to represent many different things, and Polish artist/cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski has hit on most of them in his satirical series featuring the site’s iconic lower-case “f”.

How To Create a Realistic Aged Textured Logo Mockup

Last week I shared a free set of rusty logo mockup textures that I collected from an old WW2 era aerodrome.

Early Chwast

It is always fun to look at the early work of great artists and designers. From time to time the Daily Heller will present these virtually forgotten treats that will henceforward be virtually (digitally) in the creative cloud.

Faces In The Trees: Mirror Images of Tree Bark Reveal Unique Tree Characters

Many movies have featured talking trees but tree faces can also be found in real life if you look hard enough.

Amazing Time Slice Photography By Dan Marker-Moore

Normally we see timelapses in video form, but motion designer Dan Marker-Moore has found a way to show the passage of time in a static format.

This Week in Design: Sept. 19, 2014

Are you learning something new in your career? How are you working to push the boundaries of design? Those are things that good designers do.

How Scotland Voted, Council by Council

It’s official, the Scottish have chosen to stay with the United Kingdom after the historic vote on September 18th.

11 Resources for Typography & Lettering Lovers

Are you a lettering lover—an aficionado of alphabetical artwork? Do you find typography utterly tantalizing?

Chwast’s Quote: The Illustrated Words of Maya Angelou

A notable quote from Maya Angelou, illustrated by Seymour Chwast—number 154 in a weekly series. Submit a quote in the comments (or on Twitter or Facebook), and it will be considered for a future column.