BEAUTY HAS NO COLOR. 3D Illustrations Come Alive on the Page! Figures come alive and jump off the pages in these illustrations by Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki.
By displaying simple pads of paper at special vantage points, the artist's amazing charcoal and pencil drawings form playful 3D optical illusions. The 21-year-old artist has quite a knack for perspective and each new drawing is more surprising than the next. Hideyuki identifies himself as an anamorphic artist, which is a style of art that stems from the early Renaissance. The style features techniques based on perspective, where an artist creates distorted images or drawings that are recognizable only when viewed in a certain way. Willy Chyr. Johan Thörnqvist » Pictures from my phone. Artist Creates Superheroes Silhouette Posters. Featured - Ayaka Ito. Text Particles. Photorealistic Graffiti by El Mac. Have you ever thought of creating your own responsive website?
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Coffee Cup Art By Cheeming Boey. Cheeming Boey takes something as simple as styrofoam coffee cups, and turns them into wonderful works of art.
The Creators Project. Exercises in Style. Typographic work by James Windsor. Super Creative Infographics by Column Five. Isaac G. Salazar. Galleries / Print / Book Art - Love. Sketchbook Secrets: 50 Beautiful Sketchbook Scans. The sketchbook is—to borrow a term from the new millenniums’ popular discourse—an artist’s BFF.
It’s a diary for the visually inclined—a place where artists can most comfortably explore their personal thoughts, work out their visual needs, practice, maintain a visual history, and hopefully create the unpolished work that will eventually lead to amazing work for the world to see. But, sometimes, when we’re lucky, we get to see the process. Below are 50 beautiful sketchbook scans from 35 talented artists.
Awesome stuff by Diego Fernandez. Mind-Blowing Illustrations by Loopy Dave. The Art of Negative Space. on the Behance Network. + [ desktopimage.com // version3.0 ] + A selection of graphic projects - Nanette Wallace. A book of drawings or literary sketches on Illustration Served. 2008 - 2007 : Nimit Malavia. Top 20 Talented Logo Designers. Do you need a logo design?
Are you looking for a professional? Well you came to the right article. Today we have gathered some of the most talented logo designers around! Their work is spectacular and we assure you can trust them for your next project. We do not want to be bias, we feel that the designers listed are very realiable and trustworthy. Below we have listed the authors work, name, email, and website. 1. Website: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Website: Email: email@example.com 3. Website: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Extraordinary. Tron Legacy (2010)
Year: 2010 Tron Legacy permalink I spent a half year writing software art to generate special effects for Tron Legacy, working at Digital Domain with Bradley "GMUNK" Munkowitz, Jake Sargeant, and David "dlew" Lewandowski.
This page has taken a long time to be published because I've had to await clearance. A lot of my team's work was done using Adobe software and Cinema 4D. The rest of it got written in C++ using OpenFrameworks and wxWidgets, the way I've always done it with this team ;) Uniquely however, Digital Domain's CG artists were able to port my apps over to Houdini for further evolution and better rendering than OpenGL could ever provide. Interview with GMUNK about the team's process In addition to visual effects, I was asked to record myself using a unix terminal doing technologically feasible things. 3D Projection on Buildings.
S Curiosities. Big Doodle. Conclave Obscurum. We Made This Ltd. So, we’ve been kinda quiet here of late on the We Made This blog (for which you have our deepest apologies) but we can now reveal why – we’ve been entirely occupied with setting up a fantastic new project.
It’s a bit of an epic tale, so, if you’re sitting comfortably, we’ll begin… Way back in April 2008 we posted on our old blog about Dave Eggers’ inspiring TED talk about his brilliant 826 literacy project, and asked if anyone was going to be setting up something similar in London. On the back of that post, thanks to Andrew Hinton, we met up with the wonderful Lucy Macnab and Ben Payne, and chatted loosely about how a London version of 826 might work. Jooze (Student Work. Designed by Yunyeen Yong, Australia.
Jooze is a fictional company that manufactures fresh fruit juices, catered especially to kindergarten and primary school students. It is a company that believes that healthy eating habits should begin at a very young age.The shape of the logo is inspired by the shape of a sliced fruit, and the handwritten typeface used is to portray a sense of fun, hands-on personality and characteristic that appeals to kids and toddlers. The logo also consists of singular bright colours, which may vary depending on the flavour of the juice. Via Share This Article. Fascinating Shadow Art by Kumi YAMASHITA. Absolutely amazing shadow art produced by Kumi YAMASHITA.
These beautiful silhouettes are created by simple objects and lighting only. Definitely not a simple planning, though... Really fascinating and therapeutic. The above work is Building Block, 1997 exhibited at Boise Art Museum in Idaho. The building blocks of various widths on the wall, lit from the right, casts a silhouette of a woman. Christoph Niemann. Phillip Toledano - Days with My Father. Pop-Up Books Get the Magical Movie Treatment [Video] Intricate papercraft designs are mindblowing enough.
But what happens when you add elements of film, puppet theater, pop-up books, and interactive light projection? Font Generator - Graphic Design Portfolio. Papercut Projects By Peter Callesen. Graphic Designer.