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Cyana Trend Land

Cyana Trend Land

Cyana Tred Land is a blogzine in motion Рa world directed and inspired by fashion since 2006. Trend Land  dedicated strong emphasis on designer collection profiles, runway reviews,  hot items from the past, present and anticipate future, the newest gadgeteers and innovators of fashion, graphic designers and architectural world.

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Entertainment

Urban Earth

Urban Earth

URBAN EARTH is a project to (re)present one of the most diverse, exciting, fast changing and sometimes dangerous habitats on our planet: the city. The idea is as simple – find a large urban area then walk across it following a route that (re)presents and shares the spaces of its inhabitants. more »

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Entertainment

I Tweeted My Pants

I Tweeted My Pants
‘Oops I Tweeted My Pants‚Äô is a twitter visualization with yummy colors and loads of nerd alerts. Say what you will about twitter, this is a strong demonstration of design and programming skills.

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Entertainment

The 99 Percent

The 99 Percent
Behance is partnering with Cool Hunting to host “99%.” A conference that focuses less on inspiration, and more on how idea generation and organization come together to make ideas happen.

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Entertainment, Flash Sites

Ca001 Casio Japan

Ca001 Casio Japan
In this website Casio Japan presents the greatest colourful smartphone. The cellphone comes with three colours, brown yellow and black and offers the best specifications and sound quality. It’s a pity because the product is only available in Japan.

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Art, Entertainment

Compostmodern

Compostmodern
Compostmodern is fertile ground for sustainability. Presented by the San Francisco chapter of AIGA and the AIGA Center for Sustainable Design (CFSD), this interdisciplinary conference explores the range of design thinking necessary to create more »

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