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Here are Weekly Wonders 27’s champions:
Adobe Kuler is an internet application that helps you create color schemes. It’s a practical tool if you enjoy toying with colors and browsing through user-created collections. The only downside is that Kuler uses Flash – it is therefore unavailable for mobile devices. Bummer, Adobe. It’s still worth checking.
Art: Yang Hua Chun
Yang Hua Chun is a Chinese artist whose gallery is composed of beautiful and mesmerizing hand-painted and stop-motion animation. He claims imperfection if what makes this art beautiful, however it is hard to spot any defaults in his carefully crafted creations.
Photo: Marte Marie Forsberg
Marte Marie Forsberg is a food stylist and photographer from Norway. She travels a lot and during her travels she rediscovered her passion for food and how it connects people. Forsberg doesn’t just take food photos; she creates an impeccable setting for every single photoshoot she publishes online, displaying homemade food like it is rarely seen nowadays. Her blog and portfolios are a source of inspiration for both photographers and food lovers, so make sure to take a look!
Freebie: 10 Textures for UI Designers
Dmonzon is giving away a bundle of 10 must have textures for interface designers. The pack includes 10 large 2560×1440 pixels images. The metal and leather textures are particularly nice. Interested? All you have to do is share it on Twitter or Facebook to download it for free.
App: Craigslist Mobile for iPhone – Free
Whether you’re looking for a job, a flat or an object for sale, Craigslist is one of the places where you will want to check first. This is not a design app but a very practical application nonetheless that might save you money in the future.
Check us out next week for more weekly wonders!