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Probe 3
Nov 15, 2004
Artist, designer and media editor Mark Wisnioski presents his web design portfolio in Futurist Style, which is marked by elements of possible discovery, darkness and mystery, and inexplicable hope. Great navigation.
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Emiliano Rodriguez
Nov 15, 2004
Welcome to the world as seen through graphics designer and photographer Emilian Rodriguez's eyes. Everything is clear on this Neutral Style website. Great portfolio!
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Treasure Box
Nov 12, 2004
Some people are entire like oysters with so many pearls inside them. And some websites are likewise closed and self-sufficient mysteries, with navigation tools whose purpose is not to reveal, but to widen and deepen the intrigue.
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D.O.T.
Nov 12, 2004
There is little doubt that this URL will be for devotees of Retro Style. On the downside, the unique navigation menu at this website can be rather confusing.
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Life Through a Polaroid
Nov 11, 2004
Jacob Nielsen would have a fit if he saw this site. Nothing is clear. What should you press? All the same, this Retro Style site is original and stylish. Enjoy it. Good photos, good music, good feelings.
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504 Destruct
Nov 11, 2004
Grunge – once purely a working-class fashion for people who were either shabby or dirty in character or condition – has been redefined by 504Destruct.com.
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Mimi
Nov 10, 2004
Robert Frost once wrote about an old dog who barked backward without getting up... I think we know what he was barking about… Check out the antics of this Paper Made style pup!
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CheParadice
Nov 09, 2004
Navigation is a breeze on this website executed in Paper Made style with Flash effects. Be sure to check out all the links, to fully enjoy the portfolios available here.
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Nanahiro
Nov 08, 2004
This way cool 3D Style website is just bursting with self-respect and enthusiasm. Yes, we say give the man a cheer. His father made the right decision when he sent him to art school in America.
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NealJenks
Nov 05, 2004
Personal portfolio website for artist and designer Neal Jenks includes work in web design, 3D modeling and animation, Flash animation, illustration, and more.
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Romigla
Nov 05, 2004
Paranoia’s lab sketchbook – Kaliromiglia - is a humorous imitation of a Flash work in process. When you enter the site, you cannot understand where you are – either in a Flash tutorial or on a real website – and the feeling that you are missing the point never dissipates.
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Stick Man on Fire
Nov 04, 2004
This is an outstanding site for those who are thinking about self-immolation. Here you’ll find a wide selection of matches, torches and even an example of a burning wooden man.
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AdvertisingVisual
Nov 03, 2004
Check out the FX lab on Advertising Visual’s website. You’ll find a really cool ring made using 3d modeling with Maya post production-lighting motion graphics. By the way, this design firm works for clients like America Online, Dreamworks, and Bank of America.
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FactorPixel
Nov 03, 2004
Although this is a tiny site with very minute font sizes and miniscule pages, it manages to create a big impression. For a usability nightmare, click here.
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TakeAGiantLeap
Nov 02, 2004
Who said that three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth? Seems he would have added a fourth thing if he had seen this Paper Made website.
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Kreatik
Nov 02, 2004
Here we have a stylish blue and grey composition with simple understated Flash effects. Easy to use, pleasant to look at, this website gets top marks.
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IchorDigital
Nov 01, 2004
Look to Ichor Digital for stunning multimedia experiences that stimulate the senses and touch the emotions. There’s nothing extra here on this Vector, Dark Style website. Kudos to James Mason.
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CarbonFour
Nov 01, 2004
Mosaic Mania. This rather wide portfolio belonging to young web designer Ben Barry is impressive. Apparently, he simply could not choose only ten of his best works to place on the main page.
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Angry Blue
Oct 29, 2004
If you’re contemplating suicide, then come to this Paper Made website for a good cry. Illustrator and poster artist Justin Kamerer stamps despair and countercultural angst onto everything he produces.
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Polarizing.net
Oct 28, 2004
Awesome portfolio! Photographer Mitya Kouchelevitch uses the post-holocaust world as the necessary location to contest ideology. Like many other artists, she addresses life’s transience, how it is liquid and moving and how we are but molecules within it. Solid Flash enhanced Clean Style website.
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