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Ukiyo-e Heroes | Home

by sbrothier
I first emailed Dave in 2010. My query probably sounded like a lot of comments he gets – something to the effect of, “I want your life. I want to be you. Can I come to Japan and meet you?” Surprisingly, Dave got back to me very quickly. He was courteous, despite my stalker-ish professions of hero worship. He even called me on the phone one day, and listened to my aspirations as an artist. We threw some collaborative ideas around, but nothing really materialized from that first contact.


Amazing Print Ad's

by Peters
Amazing collection of printed ads and poster designs

RGB vs CMYK Color

by Peters
Great overview of the differences between RGB and CMYK colors for print

Retro Facebook, Twitter & Youtube Social Media Ads

by Peters
what social media ads would look like if we had them 50 years ago

How Businessweek Is Reinventing the Magazine Cover

by sbrothier
Chances are a Bloomberg Businessweek cover has stopped you in your tracks at some point: Maybe it was the brilliant cat hurricane GIF, or airplanes humping mid-air, or the most anti-Apple typography ever slapped over Tim Cook's face. But behind the provocative graphic design is a smart strategy that's changing the way publications are made, both online and off.

Watch: Historic Coney Island Recreated Using a 3-D Printer |

by sbrothier
Scale model details the fantastic Luna Park from a century past The World's Deadliest Drug: Inside a Krokodil Cookhouse Inside the Coney Island Mermaid Parade Coney Island's Post Sandy Struggles by Taboola “More remains of ancient Rome than of turn-of-the-century Coney Island,” says Brooklyn artist Fred Kahl, explaining why he chose to create a detailed scale model of an amusement park from 100 years ago. “This is … about a deep love of Coney Island as the cultural melting pot and showcase for presenting cutting-edge technology as entertainment.”

Biologic Models

by sbrothier
Welcome to Biologic Models!  We transform protein data into scientific models for use in continuing medical education. Doctors and healthcare professionals need access to up to date educational material in order to stay informed about the advancements of modern medicine. Biologic Models specializes in producing “physician-centric” educational products. Our 3D printed protein models visualize important medical breakthroughs, transforming the microscopic proteins that interact with drugs into scientific models large enough to hold in the palm of your hand.

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