Doodle 4 Google

Google Doodles Animation.

A fun animation of sample Google Doodles to highlight the Doodle 4 Google art competition.

Doodle 4 Google: Doodlers in Action.

Students from across the U.S. compete to replace the Google logo for a day as part of our Doodle 4 Google art competition.

More Video: Google Doodles.

More Google Logos:
Official Logos
Holiday Logos
Fan Logos

Explore a Place

Explore a Place Using Google Maps.

Explore a place using Google Maps. View local photos and YouTube videos, discover popular searches and places of interest, and browse user-created maps or design your own.

Maps Street View

Google Maps Street View.

Street View is a new feature of Google Maps that allows you to quickly and easily view and navigate high-resolution, 360 degree street level images of various cities in the US

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Google Sites

Google Sites: Simple, Secure Group Websites.

Google Sites makes it easy for anyone to create and manage simple, secure group websites. You can create and publish new pages with the click of a button, edit web pages like documents, and move content and pages around as you please. Information is stored securely online, and you decide who can edit or view the site. Google Sites is powerful enough for a company intranet, yet simple enough for a family website.

Artist Themes for iGoogle

Introducing Artist Themes for iGoogle.

What happens when great art mixes with the Google homepage?

Now you can put the work of world-class artists and innovators on your personalized Google homepage. Then add your choice of news, email, games, and more for a page that's as useful as it is beautiful.
What if the Google homepage had been designed by Dolce & Gabbana? Or Philippe Starck? Or the Beastie Boys? See for yourself in this inspiring video montage showcasing 68 original iGoogle themes by world-class artists.

About this artist
A truly self-made success, Marc Ecko is the Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Marc Ecko Enterprises. Whether through apparel, multimedia, video games, or philanthropy, his artistic vision engages and inspires today's youth worldwide.

Funny Picture

5 Funny Pictures.

CD Arts

Picture on CD.

Dog Flowers

Dog or Flower ?

Animator vs. Animation

AtomFilms: Animator vs. Animation.

Animator vs. Animation.
By Alan Becker.

A simple stick figure created in Flash gets sick and tired of being tortured, so he fights back. Check out this John Woo-style fight scene that takes place entirely within a Flash program (which gets trashed in brilliant fashion).

Animator vs. Animation 2.
By Alan Becker.

The badass stick figure is back… and this time it's personal. In this episode, victim becomes victimizer as he breaks out of Flash and takes on mighty opponents like Firefox, the AOL IM guy and the Photoshop* icon.

Source: atomfilms.

Wall-painted Animation

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU.
The new short film by Blu: an ambiguous animation painted on public walls.
Made in Buenos Aires and in Baden (fantoche)

music by Andrea Martignoni
produced by Mercurio Film
assistant: Sibe

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Crayon Color

Crayon Color Fun Facts & Photo Inspiration.

For the last 100 years or so kids have been exploring and creating worlds of color with Crayons. For a lot of us, our life long love affairs with color began with these wax sticks and a blank sheet of paper. According to a Yale University study, the scent of Crayola crayons is among the 20 most recognizable to American adults. Coffee and peanut butter are 1 and 2. Here we go down crayon color memory lane with all 120 color names and hex codes, fun facts and photos.

Photo by Sir Fish

Crayola crayons currently come in 120 colors including 23 reds, 20 greens, 19 blues, 16 purples, 14 oranges, 11 browns, 8 yellows, 2 grays, 2 coppers, 2 blacks, 1 white, 1 gold and 1 silver. Although Crayola crayons come in 120 different colors, the labels are only made in 18, which cover the full color spectrum. Nearly 3 billion crayons are made each year, an average of 12 million daily. That’s enough to circle the globe 6 times with color!

Fun Facts & Photo Inspiration.

Photo by bookgrl

The first box of Crayola crayons was sold in 1903 for a nickel and included the same colors available in the eight-count box today: red, blue, yellow, green, violet, orange, black and brown.

Photo by scottwills

In the last 98 years, more than 100 billion Crayola crayons have been made.

Photo by Robem

Most Crayola crayon color names are taken from the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Bureau of Standards book called “Color: Universal Language and Dictionary of Names.” Many crayon names are also borrowed from traditional artists’ paints.

Photo by EJP Photo

The average child in the United States will wear down 730 crayons by his 10th birthday (or 11.4 boxes of 64s). Kids, ages 2-8, spend an average of 28 minutes each day colouring. Combined, children in the US spend 6.3 billion hours colouring annually, almost 10,000 human lifetimes!
The first box of Crayola crayons was sold in 1903 for a nickel and included the same colors available in the eight-count box today: red, blue, yellow, green, violet, orange, black and brown.

Photo by laffy4k

Crayola crayon colour names rarely change. However, there are exceptions. In 1958, Prussian blue was changed to midnight blue in response to teacher recommendations that children could no longer relate to Prussian history. In 1962, the colour flesh was changed to peach recognizing that not everyone’s flesh is the same shade.

Photo by bookgrl

The name Crayola was coined by Alice Binney, wife of company founder Edwin, and a former school teacher. She combined the words craie, which is French for chalk, and ola, for oleaginous, because crayons are made from petroleum based paraffin.

Photo by parl

Source: Colourlovers.

How To Drawing

How To Drawing - Step by Step.

The Evolution

Evolution From Fish To Human.