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Alberto Seveso, official Web Page

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Photographer Gives Lollipop Then Takes It Away Jill Greenberg “The Manipulator” is one of the more popular photographers of her era, however she is also one of the most controversial ones too. Her exhibit, called End Times, shows photos of various kids crying as if something terrible had happened. The pieces were titled to reflect Greenberg’s frustration with the government and Christian Fundamentalism in the United States[1]. About the Author In Short: I have a terrible weakness for gadgets, love to meet interesting people every day, refuse to make an image I’ve seen before – basically I love to try new things. You can see some of my work on my website. You can also see the gear that I use for both Video and Photography in the My Gear section of this blog. loish blog heads! watercolor effects from here. some of the artwork i did for 21 Draw, a succesfully crowdfunded character design book! i got to do the ‘mermaid’ character type :)

Chico MacMurtrie / Amorphic Robot Works A Tree for Anable Basin investigates and celebrates the enigmatic, rapidly changing waterfront environment of Long Island City. Launched as a site-specific installation in response to Long Island City in Context, an unorthodox urban guidebook published by Place in History, this public sculpture also coincides with the exhibition of Chico MacMurtrie's work at the Andrew Edlin Gallery in Chelsea. It is conceived as a temporary installation. It encapsulates in a single gesture the dynamism and split personality of a landscape undergoing tumultuous redevelopment. As a natural object crafted from industrial materials, the floating aluminum tree evokes Anable Basin's historical interplay between industrial and ecological activity. Anable Basin-a 500-ft-long notch in the East River-was carved from tidal wetlands in 1868 to serve as loading slip for oil tankers and other cargo ships.

moviebarcode moviebarcode contact | twitter | index | prints 2014/04/12 28 notes 30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i've ever seen Abandoned Mill from 1866. Sorrento, Italy Eilean Donan Castle. Photo by pboehi Holey trinity by rustyjaw Tunnel of Love, Kleven, Ukraine Vincent Laforet Vincent, a three-time winner at the prestigious 2010 Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, is a DGA director and Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who is known for his forward-thinking approach to image-making and storytelling. In addition to having been commissioned by just about every important international publication?including Vanity Fair, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek, and Life—Vincent is considered a pioneer both for his innovative tilt-shift and aerial photography and in the field of HD-capable DSLR cameras. In fact, his short film Reverie, the first 1080p video shot with a still camera, was seen by more than 2 million times on the first week of its release in 2009. Vincent is a member of the Director's Guild of America and and a DP with Local 600.

Silent Construction 2 (2010) for MANO Controller | para MANO Controlador Performer / Compos(er/itor): Jaime E Oliver LR Special Prize for Technical Innovation in the GIGA-HERTZ-PREIS at ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany. 2010 Note: The following piece has substantial low frequency content, therefore decent speakers or headphones will give you a better sonic image. Esta obra tiene muchas frecuencias bajas, buenos parlantes/bocinas o audífonos permitirán escucharlas. Developed with the support of Samples from Matt Jenkins, Ana María Alarcón, Pablo Gómez and freesound.org.

Edward Carvalho-Monaghan — Outline Artists Edward Carvalho-Monaghan Despite Edward Carvalho-Monaghan's young years (he graduated with a BA hons degree in Graphic Design in the summer of 2013) his work has already been championed by the likes of leading graphic art blog and journal It's Nice That and WRAP magazine. While the London-based image-maker readily cites psychedelic music and the work of avant-garde filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky as strong influences, it is his desire to create work that doesn't draw on visual references or pander to stylistic trends that makes him such an exciting talent. Ed developed his distinctive visual language during his final year at college, a period in which he tried to be, in his own words, "as insular as possible in order to make the most honest work I could".

HYPER REALISTIC OIL PAINTINGS The lack of permanence in life and the inevitability of aging have always been on my mind growing up. I’ve also been very close to my grandparents since I was very young. The inescapability of their aging is evident in their changing bodies, even as their view of the world around them has continued to expand. My interpretation of beauty doesn’t necessarily coincide with society’s pop culture standards. I’m just as drawn to varied expressions of beauty which can be found in people of all sizes and ages, including drawing or painting an elderly person’s body or an obese or emaciated form.

Andreas Neophytou — Outline Artists Andreas Neophytou Andreas Neophytou is an art director and graphic designer with a penchant for beautiful typography and lateral thinking, making him something of a branding and type specialist. He fervently deconstructs craft and period styles to create new contemporary, type-based imagery that is informed by techniques from the past. As a Creative Director at Spring Studios in London he has worked for some of the world’s leading luxury and fashion brands including Louis Vuitton, Tod’s, Bally, Salvatore Ferragamo, Armani, William & Son, Harvey Nichols and British Vogue. While his typographic and design work has been featured in numerous design journals and publications, Andreas is also an associate lecturer in the Design Communication department at Chelsea College of Art & Design. Click here to view portfolio

Miss Sucette: biography Virginie Bastin, aka Miss Sucette, was born in Belgium. She began to draw when she was a cutle lil girl.She was often alone, so, naturaly, she spent all of her time drawing, and she never let it go.She grew up surrounded by old horror movies (the kind of movies where the car always broke down in the middle of nowhere...) and old cartoons. As a result, she began to create her own world, her own stories.With an imagination overflowing, painting was just a result for her, a manner to exorcize her childhood fears. After receiving her degree in Graphic Design from Sain-Luc Liege in 2006, Miss Sucette quickly felt disgusted by this job. She felt trapped in a lifestyle she hated, and could not give a chance to her creativety as she wanted.So, as an evidence, she returned to her first love, the painting... Quickly the nickname Miss Sucette came naturaly to her.

Behind a Little House Project: Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House For his Behind a Little House Project Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino found an unsuspecting muse: a tiny nondescript house on an unexceptional hill. He returned to photograph the small building from the exact same location for nearly two years in order to capture the dramatic changes in weather and light that utterly changed the scenery just beyond the horizon. As part of a traveling exhibition the photos are mounted on a wall behind a book containing copies of a photo of the house against a white sky. Viewers are then invited to draw their own interpretation of what appears behind the little house.

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