Photos and drawings, art and creative advertising ANTILIMIT | Anything Worth Seeing Une vie en noir et blanc, vue par Sebastiao Salgado « citizen zoo photo: Sebastiao Salgado Réfugiés dans le camp éthiopien de Korem, en 1984. Dispute entre un travailleur et un militaire dans la mine d’or de Serra Pelada (Brésil), en 1986. Sur les rives du Tigre (Inde), en 1985. Femmes afghanes et leurs enfants à Kaboul (Afghanistan), en 1996. Like this: Like Loading...
The Embroidered Secrets of Maurizio Anzeri | Yatzer& - StumbleUpon Angelo, Embroidery on printphoto © Maurizio Anzeri >> As long as something creates a reaction it’s alive << says Maurizio Anzeri, the Italian born artist from the city of Loano. Known for his series of eerie portraits or photo-sculptures, a term used by himself to describe his portraits, Maurizio’s work will be presented this month at the Baltic (25 June - 11 October 2011) and will mark his first solo show in a major UK institution. Bernard (left) and Giorgio (right), Embroidery on printphoto © Maurizio Anzeri Giovanni, Embroidery on print photo © Maurizio Anzeri Maurizio’s Mediterranean temperament and warm nature was evident in the way he talked about his work, an element that deeply engaged me to our conversation. Family, Embroidery on print photo © Maurizio Anzeri Shifting from his previous project to his current practice, Maurizio says that he is interested in everything a photograph represents. Peter, Embroidery on print photo © Maurizio Anzeri sources:
somefield A Splash of Color by Rackat ...from Critique Club... Hi Rackat...ain't I lucky..they assigned your photo to me..ha FIRST IMPRESSION: Horrible shot...what were you thinking???? COMPOSITION: Totally off. TECHNICAL: Focus is toooo sharp. ARTISTIC: Completely boring to look at. OVERALL: I am very disappointed in you, Rackat. Best of luck in the future. Cheers...zadore. ...and now the serious part :) I don't have to repeat what everyone has already mentioned about this photo. YOUNG GALLERY Michael Eastman is a self taught photographer who has spent thirty years capturing the essential nature of his subject. During this time he has photographed a wide variety of subjects, and is best known for his Cuba and Horses series. He draws inspiration from photographers Eugene Atget and Walker Evans. Like these great documentary photographers before him, Eastman holds the authenticity of the image as his highest goal. He shuns the use of artificial light and uses long exposure times instead, waiting as long as it takes for the natural illumination of the room to expose his film properly. His photographs are in the collections of Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, Los Angeles County Museum, San Francisco Museum of Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The High Museum, Kemper Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art, Nelson-Atkins Museum, St. Color C-Print Signed and Numbered by the Artist on Verso. Small 86,4 x 114,3 cm ; Medium 121,9 x 152,4 cm ; Large 182,9 x 228,6 cm ;
The Top 8 Free Online Image Editors - StumbleUpon Taking photos or making beautiful digital artwork is activities most people enjoy doing. Most people have heard of, and might be familiar with, Adobe Photoshop. It’s arguably the most popular image manipulation app around, especially for professionals. However, most people’s image editing needs would be met by apps available right in their browser. While you won’t have the extensive capabilities Photoshop has, this list of the top eight image editing web apps will likely offer more features than necessary for most people in most instances. 1. Photoshop.com Photoshop.com is the lightweight version of the behemoth desktop app, Photoshop. Requirements: Flash 10+Developer: Adobe 2. Splashup Splashup is quite similar to Photoshop in respect to its interface, while offering a strong selection of tools and a few more than basic image editing capabilities. Requirements: FlashDeveloper: Faux Labs 3. Aviary Aviary offers everything from image editing to vector and audio editing. 4. picnik Picnik flauntR
Frank Frazetta - Fantasy Artist In 1964 Frank Frazetta's painting of Ringo Starr for Mad Magazine caught the attention of United Artists (makers of James Bond) and was approached to do the movie poster for the 1965 film "What's New Pussycat?" and earned $4000 afternoon, roughly a years salary in those days. Movie Posters by Frank Frazetta What's New Pussycat? In addition to movie posters Roy Krenkel convinced Frank Frazetta to started producing paintings for paperback book covers. Painting covers for fantasy books seemed to come naturally for Frank Frazetta and his work was in great demand. The 1965 to 1973 period was explosive time for Frazetta and most of his seminal and famous images were done during this period. Sometimes he would spend days trying to perfect one specific part of a painting. By the 1980s Frank Frazetta's fame was all encompassing. In 1983 Frank Frazetta was given creative control for the animated movie "Fire and Ice" (produced by Ralph Bakshi). Quotes by Frank Frazetta Death at the age of 82