A few weeks ago we took a small weekend trip to Chicago. I love to travel and every time I travel somewhere I tried to bring something back for the readers of Inspiredology.
Bokeh had become a huge trend in 2009, and shows no sign of stopping anytime in 2010. I took these images over Christmas, of a Christmas tree believe it or not… It was very simple to do actually, just zoom in close, blur the focus and start snapping. To all you texture junkies, these are…
I just came back from my trip to the Grand Canyon. We hiked Rim to Rim – 23 miles or something.. it was crazy – I took lots of great pics.. no worries there.. I also grabbed some textures along the way. So I decided to compile them here for you.
As stated in last week’s Friday Fix I had mentioned that I recently went to Canada’s East Coast to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Halifax and the surrounding area is full of rich history and culture especially at the historic landmark of Peggy’s Cove, which was, and still is, a fishing village.
A few years ago, I worked at a print shop, and we had a huge Roland printer, we did a lot of vinyl graphics and we would go through huge ink toners. One day we thought instead of throwing them away, we would always have a small amount of residue so we tried extracting that…
I have recently found some textures in my old files, I used to collect these things like crazy, up until it become so easy to find and download on the internet.
I have always loved using spray paint textures in photoshop and illustrator. One day I decided to get some old spray cans and just spray at different angles, distances on white paper, and then just scanned in.
Here are 4 textures that I am not sure how to label them, but I really enjoy them. The first one was used a few years ago in college as a background for a website mock-up. I really like the edges in the middle of the image.