Strange New News on Historical Art: There are a few interesting develops regarding the (in)famous Last Supper by da Vinci. For starters, you won’t need to go to Italy any more to get a close-up view of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper: you can now get an intimate look at it through a 16-billion-pixel image that has been posted on the internet. Also, a real da Vinci code is indeed hidden within Leonardo’s “The Last Supper,” according to a book to be published in Italy next week. But rather than conspiracy theories, the new code points to a hidden musical score, a sacred text and a three-dimensional chalice.
Great and Terrible Contemporary Designs: anyone who hasn’t yet should see this amazing online clock. Another great source of inspiration for anyone looking to make impression on clients: this remarkably unique business card. For all your Photoshoppers out there, let this be a warning to you! Last but certainly not least, this website has an amazing but confusing menu interface the likes of which you have probably never seen.
Design Tips and Inspiration for the Week: It may seem counterintuitive, but you need to be organized to be creative! Here are 50 ways to become a better designer. And if you need some inspiration on top of these tips, be sure to check out these 10 excellent interactive website designs. No web designer should go another minute without bookmarking this collection of impressive and varied designs on Flickr.