Corporate site of The Seen, a creative design agency based in Stourbridge.
Hernán Brito has shaped his personal portfolio, Britown, as an interactive old western map with nice little details.
The personal showcase of Joachim Cieslik.
nice and elegant, wonderful in detail.
virtual playground of Markus Primke. Illustrations, drawings and digital photography.
The game is based on a concept from a novel by Strugatsky Brothers. The remote hotel is a stage where a mysterious story takes play.
portfolio of czech photographer Michal Macku. Who uses creative technique such as gellage, carbon printing or glass objects.
love the spider menu.
Prospect Denim's new web site with the latest collection as their jeans.
London for kids
Tall buildings, magnificent streets and broad avenues are just a few words to describe mediaBOOM’s new website. The site allows you to closely witness the vast environment and absorb the fascinating details of this 1940’s cityscape.
Mixibits.com is quite simply a site dedicated to restoring the love for the humble audio cassette. On its most simple level it is about finding tracks that you love and sharing them with other people, at its most complex it is a religion…
Flash website designed for a Brazilian audiovisual producer. The projects displayed on the homepage are uploaded directly from Vimeo.
Website for Music Festival in Paris. Just love the old fashion illustrations.
6 1 2016
strange and fascinating website celebrate Day of the Dead
with traditional Mexican face paint.
posted by: miss M.
6 1 2015
SF exists 15 years.
We have come a long way. We have seen the rize and fall of Flash. And the rize of Wordpress theme's.
To be honest we don't like them. In my humbly opinion Wordpress theme's single handedly eliminated most of the creativity on the web. But luckily it still exists. A lot of those sites you will find here.
Happy new year.
posted by: Miss M.
8 5 2014
We still build things the way machines read them - not the way we intuit them. Jeet allows you to express your page grid the same way a human would describe it. No more needlessly nesting elements. No more rigid twelve column rules. Enjoy building faster with less code, and more flexibility with Jeet.
posted by: miss M.