Vecteezy is the place to share your free Vector Art and other vector-related resources. Here you can explore and discuss the creations of other artists from around the world, or just find that perfect little freebie for your next project. Vecteezy makes it easy to explore thousands of graphics created by vector artists from all over the globe. All the graphics are free to download and, depending on the license, free to use in your projects.
If you are looking for a place to share and promote your Vector Art, Vecteezy gets more than a million visitors a month to ensure lots of attention for your creations. The thousands of active members on Vecteezy also create a community of like-minded people to discuss your resources with and to receive feedback from. If you so choose, you can license your resource with Vecteezy’s Creative Commons license wizard – giving you fine-grained control over how your files are used.
Free downloadable vector files include vector Icons, vector patterns, vector swirls, flourishes, backgrounds, wallpapers, Illustrator brushes, and many more.
Stereograms (also known as Magic-Eye), a new way of looking at the world. Hi and welcome to the wonderful world of Stereograms!
I remember perfectly the moment when I saw my first stereogram. I’ve been starring at my PC monitor for about one hour without seeing anything, my eyes were hurting and I was afraid to blink not to lose the “magic moment”. Finally, in the end, I saw the magic, and it was worth the effort. I never believed that something like this was possible simply by looking at a picture. In deed you can say you have a magic eye 😉
For those of you that have trouble seeing magic eye images there are a couple of pointers at the end of How Stereograms work page.
You can also Build your own Magic Eye 3D Stereogram based on a mask or a text at your choice. You realy need to try the new text stereogram generation, I’ve parameterized a bit the algorithm and now it gives easier to read text stereograms. Also, hopefully to come – autostereograms, something easier to see.
Select a mask and pattern of your choice to generate the stereogram.
Create 3D text based stereogram so you can send secret messages.
Change the font type and size.
Select from more than 200 patterns and 200 masks.
You can also upload your own pattern.
View and comment on different stereograms generated by other users.
If you are looking for a whole new different way to show off your pictures, then you should bookmark Kaleidocycle. This online tool generates ready-to-fold pictures and provides a quick three-step instruction for making kaleidocycles.
You can start creating a kaleidocycle by uploading four images or choosing from their gallery. Then submit your picture choices so that you can download and print the final results. Now all that’s left to do is cut, fold, and glue it accordingly from the instructions in the website.
Kaleidocycle is one of the many paper-art resources featured in this website. In addition, Foldplay teaches you how to make origami and paper models. This website is an ideal avenue for creative and DIY types who need a simple project to kill time while being productive.
Lets you make your own full color kaleidocycle from your own pictures.
Free; no sign-up required.
Three-step instructions helps you make kaleidocycles easily.
Digital photos are great, but often times we just post them straight to a website page or let them languish on our computers. For several years now,however, Big Huge Labs has provided some awesome and practical photo related projects that can be done in a short amount of time, with very little computer skills needed.
The site includes over two dozen projects that can be printed and/or posted on the web. Projects include various custom poster ideas, custom trading cards, calendars, desktop wallpaper, a pocket album, a CD Cover template, slide show generator, and much more.