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Here are Weekly Wonders 7’s champions:
Web: Film on Paper
Film on Paper is a collection of original film posters assembled by Eddie Shannon. Originally made to be able to view his actual collection without damaging the artworks, Eddie created a site that is now a great inspiration for many designers, illustrators and film fans. We hope you’ll find his gallery to be both fascinating and inspiring like we do.
Photo: Jen K.
Jen K., nicknamed ether on DeviantART, is an American photographer who takes splendid photos of architecture and (mostly) urban places. You can find on most of her photos calming harmonious colors and a soft glow, her signature. Her portfolio really is a pleasure for the eyes.
Art: Drew Struzan
Drew Struzan is an incredible American artist that is responsible for creating several known movie posters such as Back to the Future, Star Wars, Blade Runner and Indiana Jones. He uses primarily airbrushed acrylics on board. His gallery is beyond stunning so make sure to take a look at it!
Freebie: Responsive Image Gallery Tutorial
Responsible Image Gallery is a very nice and well explained jQuery plugin for your website that comes with a thumbnail carousel. It’s cute, clean and customizable.
App: Google+ – Free
Google released about 2 months ago an iPhone app for Google+. Now that the social network is available for everyone, it’s more interesting to get it. Google is adding new features to this app with every new release and the most recent additions are the change of Huddle to Messenger, being able to send photos through Messenger and the possibility of joining hangouts (group video chats). Some missing important features to this day are the disabled auto-correction and the ability to delete or modify our previous posts from the app. It’s a fairly good app though and Google+ users should definitely have it.
Check us out next week for more weekly wonders!