Photos by Daniel Parodi often have perfectly straight edges, sharp contrasts, crystal-clear focal points, and ornate structures. In short, the images he captures (and posts on DashBurst) weave intricate pictures. Some of his images are in black and white, which only adds to the dramatic effect. Parodi plays with shadows and the different visuals that opposing… Continue reading Linear Juxtaposition and Architectural Perspective by Daniel Parodi
`You can tell a Stacy White photo in two ways. The first is its mythical style, which she achieves using filters and color saturations (with varying opacity). The second is Florida. Stacy White lives in Sarasota, Florida, with her husband, two children, two dogs, and her cat. Living in Florida gives her a wide range… Continue reading Ethereal Photography and an Interview with Stacy White
Get DashBurst Magazine now on Android, the best way to keep up with the coolest new social media on the web. See creative new art, music and stories before they blow up! More awesome app features: – Subscribe to your favorite topics (e.g. music) and multimedia – Get push notification recommendations on interesting new content… Continue reading DashBurst Magazine Is Now Available for Free on Android via Google Play
If you’re familiar with crowdfunding and sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, you know these are often intense projects that require a lot funding in a short amount of time. Traditional crowdfunding is a great avenue to quickly launch and market new products, but it might not be the best way to raise funds for people… Continue reading Peep Patreon: Ongoing Crowdfunding for Content Creators
If the dawn of the internet has shown us anything, it’s that no one wants to pay for music. Despite the fact that 28 million people around the world paid for a music streaming subscription in 2013, free ad-supported listening through services like Spotify, Pandora and YouTube (not to mention the good old AM/FM radio)… Continue reading Are Hard Bundled Songs the Next Big Thing in Music?
Most of us like music, and we use the internet in one capacity or another to listen to it. The way we obtain our music, though, varies greatly. Some of us make playlists on YouTube. Some download music through file sharing services. Others turn to streaming services like Spotify to get our groove on. As… Continue reading Meet Yonder, the Unlimited Music Player that Comes Bundled With Your Smartphone
If you live in an apartment building with steam heat, you’ve probably spent your winter sweating away while your radiator turned your place into a tropical paradise. But with a new internet-connected product currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter, your days of uncontrolled heat might be over. A radiator without a Cozy cover (left) and a radiator… Continue reading This Kickstarter Project Could Be the Solution to Overheated Apartments and Excessive Pollution
Marcello Barenghi is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Milan. Perhaps most famous for his drawing videos, Barenghi challenges himself to an intense speed drawing session every week where he creates hyperrealistic illustrations of ordinary objects like fried eggs and soda cans – in mere hours! His active engagement with his online fans has… Continue reading Learn How to Create Hyperrealistic Illustrations in These Intense Speed Drawing Videos