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June 24, 2015

How To: Design Your Day

As creatives, we know how difficult it can be to make sure your day is as productive and creative as physically possible.That's where this infographic from Day Designer comes in. This printable day planner has been created specifically for the purpose of helping you design your day. The graphic below illustrates just how you can plan out your…
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May 18, 2015

Infographic: What’s your coffee personality?

Here at the 11ElevenDC office, we're big coffee drinkers, so when we saw this series of tongue-in-cheek infographics by UK-based Coffee Tasting Club, we couldn't resist sharing them with you. Take a look at the different types of coffee drinkers and see which one describes you best - from the artisan coffee drinker who despises…
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Design
May 15, 2015

Infographic: The Difference Between Designers and Everybody Else

With the title, ‘Designers VS Non-Designers’, this infographic, from DesignMantic has been designed to show how a designers view can differ from everybody else. What do you think? Anyone recognise any designer characteristics?!
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Design
March 27, 2015

All Lit Up: Mesmerising Public Art Installation

We're loving these photos of Prismatica, an astonishing amazing art installation by RAW. The installation is made up of 50 prisms made from laminated panels which allow them to transmit and reflect colour, creating channels of mesmerising multicoloured lights. We, for one, absolutely love them. via My Modern Met
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Design
March 25, 2015

Creative Inspiration: Crushed Fiats

Who doesn't love a bit of creation out of destruction. We think these sculptures from Israeli industrial designer, artist, and architect Ron Arad, are pretty impressive. He crushed retro Fiat cars to produce this set of unique sculptures. Who else loves these? via Whudat
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Design
March 16, 2015

Infographic: the signs of burnout and how to avoid it

It can be easy for some people to become workaholics - getting stuff done can feel amazing and rewarding - and all-too-often working yourself hard can feel necessary - but working too hard for too long can lead to total burnout, and result in a loss of creativity, enthusiasm and energy. So with this in…
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Design
March 10, 2015

Amazing surrealist photographs that make the impossible possible

We're loving these amazing, surrealist images from self-taught photographer and retoucher Erik Johansson. Johannson has gained a pretty big reputation for his amazing, surrealist imagery. His images are completely surreal, but so convincing, you might have to second-guess yourself. Here's a selection of our favourites from Erik's collection, but you can discover more on his portfolio. Directly via…
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Design
March 9, 2015

Weekly Inspiration: 3D Typography

At the 11ElevenDC offices, we really enjoy finding other creatives doing amazing and inspirational things. So with this in mind, our weekly inspiration gives us the chance to share with you some of the amazing designs, ideas and works from designers around the world. This week's post looks at the amazing range of 3D typography…
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Design
March 6, 2015

A whole load of Puppies mid-shake to perk up your Friday

Some of you might have seen Shake, the viral series of dogs captured in mid-shake from photographer Carli Davidson's. But if that wasn't cute enough, then take a look at these Shake Puppies. These amazing portraits of puppies shaking, jowls flapping, and fur flying, capture these gorgeous little pups shaking off a bit of water and the results are something…
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Design
March 5, 2015

Amazing photographs detail four sisters over 40 years

We're loving this series of photographs by Boston-based photographer Nicholas Nixon, detailing the progression of four sisters, for every single year since 1975. The first of these images took place when the youngest sister, Mimi, was aged just fifteen, and the oldest, Bebe, was twenty-five, and though their hairstyles and clothing might change, the main…
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