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Cool movie, shows you how BMW gets wrapped in a new colour.
This font I designed for the purpose of, well the name sais it all, a STOP POLICE sign I needed in my design:
To get this job done quickly, easy and neat, I used my favorite quick fontbuilding web app www.fontstruct.com.
The font is free for download from my website: GHDesigns – Typography. (Yes, it’s in Dutch, use Google to translate, there will be an EN version soon)
Visitors from Yvestown will love this, I wanted to post this for a long time for you guys.
Spoor 38 is from a client of mine which I met 10 years ago. Over the years we also became friends. At the time he was working as a sales manager, but his one only dream was to have his own shop in vintage furniture and that dream became Spoor 38.
I helped him designing the logo originating from the old Art Deco logo of the former factories function a creambutter factory. I think it’s really beautiful just like the store. It offers a lot of really antique quite rare vintage collectors items like Jielde lamps, Singer chairs, Louis XVI closets and cabinets, chesterfields, industrial design lamps (the taste the good architect) and many many more.
So I would say take a look around, maybe and if you’re in Holland, visit the store, it’s really worth the trip!
Vistit the website overhere: www.spoor38.nl
One of the main reasons I got so busy is that got a new project at Essent, an energy company in the Netherlands. My join up with Frontend heroes paid out there, THNX Guys.
It’s a nice work environment where I met lots of nice people and new colleges and, off course, new twitter friends!!
I’m working on an intern project in which I do designing and frontend work and discovering Movable Type. Also a nice blogging tool. To show you some designs, these are a few widgets I’ve been working on for a dashboard:
A client asked for a nice ‘Polaroid foto effect’, but I didn’t want to get stuck in Photoshopping every photo. So here’s the result.
It won’t show everything in every browser, but it will in most any and all newer browsers.
The effect works as follows:
The border is simply a border, with the bottom border a bit longer.
Constrain your image to a certain measure.
(Now comes the css3 part)
Rotate the image by some percent.
Give it a shadow as final touch
And here you are. It will fit every foto in the same way.
Nice isn’t it?
View the page on: Spoo38.nl