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It’s been a few weeks now since we have launched our Services . We are enjoying working with our new clients and helping them in specific areas of 3D design. This time we would like to showcase our rendering service with an artwork we find really impressive.
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Between 7-12 June 2011 Erik Johansson made a street illusion called “Mind your step” at the famous square Sergels torg in the heart of Stockholm. It was a large scale, 32 x 18 meters (105′ x 59′ feet) print. Watching the illusion from right position gave the impression of a hole right down in the ground. I’ve been doing creative retouch and surreal montages for a few years now but I’ve always been quite fascinated by perspective illusions.
Now its time for KOREA, TAIWAN AND TOKYO. If you live here and want to participate in my project, email me amazing old pictures to : email@example.com Riff Raff 1976 & 2011 London
Whether you’re designing an artistic website or searching for images to post on your blog, sites that carry not only free but awesome stock photos may very well come in handy. Utilizing the correct set of photos for any project is key, especially if you’re designing an ad for a client, you should always put in your best effort as well as the best images you can find fit for the job. Many of the designers I’ve come across like to download most of their images from 2-3 of the largest sites containing stock photos, however as creative artists I believe we should play the mix and match game that allows us to choose from wide variety of stock images instead of the same “old” set of photos we may be fond of. Giving a project that requires stock images your best should include photos that are not only sharp, but clear as well. Here we’ll have the pleasure to visit a few awesome (25 to be exact) sites that’ll provide all the needed images to fuel any project, job, or site requiring stock photos.
first image 'potholes' by claudia ficca, davide luciano all images courtesy claudia ficca, davide luciano (above) 'baywatch' on almafi drive, los angeles image © claudia ficca, davide luciano 'potholes' by canadian creatives claudia ficca and davide luciano is a series of photographs depicting the concave cracks as functional tools in a collection of imaginative tableus in the city. captured within the backdrop of los angeles, montreal, and new york city, the set explores the urban flaw as a playground, creating a multitude of uses out of them including a swimming pool, an oil tank to fry doughnuts, a bath for pedicures, a giant plate of spaghetti, and more.
Ben Heine (born June 12, 1983 in Abidjan, Ivory coast) is a Belgian multidisciplinary visual artist. He is best known for his original series “Pencil Vs Camera”, “Digital Circlism” and “Flesh and Acrylic”. “Pencil Vs Camera” mixes drawing and photography, imagination and reality. It’s a new visual concept invented and initiated by Ben Heine in 2010. It’s full of magic, illusion, poetry and surrealism. Ben published his first “Pencil Vs Camera” image in April 2010 but the series is the result of a long graphic exploration and a logic consequence of his personal artistic development.
The key to looking good in photos? It's all about your jaw, as photographer Peter Hurley explains in this video. Essentially, stretch your forehead forward and down a bit to accentuate your jawline.
Lady Gaga, This One Is Because Of You If you have a bone to pick with regards to the designing of the Hydra Piano, you better fight Lady Gaga then. Apostol Tnokovski was enjoying one of her performances on the telly, when he realized that the old, boxy piano was a misfit on her stage!
Stunning underwater pictures show undiscovered cave network of the Blue Lake, the deepest of its kind in the worldBy Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 15:17 GMT, 28 April 2012 | UPDATED: 21:00 GMT, 28 April 2012 A frogman glides through a crystal blue lagoon beneath a breathtaking canopy of stars and in another picture a diver examines a wall of bright green moss illuminated by an underwater lamp. These stunning photographs were taken by National Geographic photographer Victor Lyagushkin who accompanied a team of divers to explore an underwater cave network. Taken at the Blue Lake, near the Caucasus Mountains in Russia, the incredible scenes were captured on camera to raise awareness about the unique environment. A frogman glides through a crystal blue lagoon beneath a tree at the Blue Lake in Russia