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The world of photography has produced some great work this week, and Toad Hollow Photography has been busy finding the best tutorials, photography and interesting blogs. Truly great images have been produced by some awesome photographers, and all the links listed here will take you to see them. We really hope you enjoy perusing this list as much as the Toad did in bringing it to you. Check out the Toad’s photo blog and gallery of Canadian Fine Art and Landscape Photography .
The Comedy Carpet, Blackpool | Gordon Young and Why Not Associates Thanks to Gordon Young and Andrew Altmann (Why Not Associates) for the exclusive photos, showing the design development and production processes involved in this amazing project. For more information on the project – please visit the links below Comedy Carpet Gordon Young
Without a Face, a portrait of the Soul - Photo CC by familymwr “Information wants to be free”, vous vous souvenez ? C’est sans toute l’une des phrases les plus célèbres prononcées à propos d’Internet. En 1984, l’auteur américain Stewart Brand lance au cours de la première Hacker’s Conference organisée en Californie : Information wants to be free. Ces mots deviendront l’un des slogans les plus forts du mouvement de la Culture libre et ils rencontrent encore aujourd’hui des échos importants, avec l’affaire WikiLeaks par exemple, les révolutions arabes ou le mouvement de l’Open Data.
The Noteboek is one of my favorite work from Evelein Lohbeck. She is a freelance artist from Netherland and her work is truly remarkable. As she says she likes to confuse reality and challenge the expectation of people. Viewing her portfolio, she has a done some T shirt designs, flyers, commercial and my favorite her collection of animation and films. I love the way she has put so much emphasis on detail. The strokes are deliberate and the sounds sync well with the visual, thus making it very realistic.
Le Focus Le meilleur des communiqués de presse Whoah! You broke something! Just kidding!
ShareThis above: An homage to Frank Lloyd Wright & Neutra in miniature graced the Chillout Sessions XII CD and a California style hotel with a lagoon graced the cover of the Chillout Sessions XI CD Designer Andrew van der Westhuyzen of Collider has created album/CD covers and designs for Australia's Ministry of Sound for years. For music compilations, Chillout Sessions XI and XII, he combined several of my favorite things - music, architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Swimming pools, and miniatures. The results are little worlds of escapism that when photographed and filmed up close have a tilt-shift look. The models were shot close-up along with supers pointing at the figurines naming various artists on the albums for tv promos (shown later in this post).