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CONCRETE - All Day Long Parties - Concrete Paris

CONCRETE - All Day Long Parties - Concrete Paris
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Logo Design Process and Walkthrough for BioThemes This post was originally published in 2011 The tips and techniques explained may be outdated. It must be well over a year since I created the BioThemes logo, but the BioThemes website has finally launched with a bang so I thought I’d pull out my logo design to share my design process with you guys and girls. The BioThemes logo was pretty different to the majority of logos I’ve worked on in the past, which made it a super interesting project. John O’Nolan and Gilbert Pellegrom are the guys behind BioThemes. View the BioThemes logo design Unlike most of my logo designs, the BioThemes logo was build in Photoshop at super large dimensions. The flat leaf shape was then transformed using the Warp function in Photoshop. All four corners were moved together and the handles stretched out to form a typical leaf shape. A quick Hue/Saturation adjustment altered the green tones and brought out the vibrant colour of the leaf. The first letter is now complete.

Boogie Boogie Bang Bang - Tome 152 Playlist 152 Curtis Mayfield - can't say nothing Mark de clive - lowe heaven feat bembe segue a.vuolo & e. grande – leaving nostalgia 77 ft. the fiction band – my name is Hell Razah - return of the renaissance (feat. r.a. the rugged man) Reks – system X-CLAN - Funkin' Lesson Vast Aire - thor's hammer feat. raekwon & vordul mega Lord jamar (of brand nubian) – supreme mathematics (knowledge mix) Wu-Tang Clan - Da Mystery Of Chessboxin' The Barons - making it better Jerry Knight - She's got to be a dancer Chris Joss - we got some (part 1 & 2) Z.Z. Hill - I Think I'd Do It Craig Mack - Making Moves With Puff Peck Ya Neck

Le Soleil de la Butte - Montmartre Le Soleil de la Butte connaît deux visages : le jour, ce restaurant pittoresque de la butte Montmartre attire les touristes comme le miel attire les abeilles grâce à sa terrasse ensoleillée au pied des escaliers, à l’abri de la pollution et des voitures. La nuit, il attire les noctambules du quartier en quête d’un dernier verre. Le week-end, les lieux sont ouverts jusqu’à l’aube. La carte est celle d’une brasserie parisienne classique avec des prix abordables, sans être exceptionnelle. mais on peut y déjeuner dans un cadre agréable et à toute heure (les cuisines sont ouvertes non-stop jusqu’à 1h du matin). Sa salle en sous-sol est louée à des musiciens et des petites troupes de théâtre ou d’humoristes pendant la semaine.

Site d'information français d'actualités indépendant et participatif en ligne | Mediapart Zim and Zou Official poster of the SXSW Film Festival 2014 (Austin, Texas). In collaboration with Gravillis. Austin's symbols : - Paramount Theater - Food Trailer Parks - South Congress Bridge bats (- The Texas Capitol) "Our goal was to create a poster that did not feel like it could be easily digitally reproduced. Ultimately, we wanted to embrace the 'do-it-yourself' ethos that SXSW has shown each year with their creative and imaginative footprint at the festival.” -Gravillis Inc. Direction, Crafts, Illustration2014 The French NGO Ecofolio, who works to show the benefits of recycling, asked the agency June21 to promote this idea in a national print campaign. In addition to this, the creatives planned a two parts teasing campaign. Here are some vector art with monsters and strange characters.Digital Art, Illustration2009

Sortir à Paris | Paris par Time Out | Le guide des Parisiens Algorithmic 3D, Algorithmic, Art, Audio-Reactive, Computational Design, Design, Generative, Graphic Design, Inspiration, Java, OpenGL, Particles,, Reza, Simulation, Special Effects, Technology, vfx, Visuals March 14, 2012 My interpretation of the emoticon “OMG” for Samsung’s Noteworthy Project: 3D, Art, code art, Data Visualization, Design, Inspiration, Java, OpenGL, Particles,, Reza, Special Effects, vfx, Visualization, Visuals, VJ Magneto: An Exploration of Lorentz Force June 28, 2011 The images in this post were generated by a real-time particle simulation of 5000 charged particles interacting with magnetic fields. 3D, Art, code art, Data Visualization, Design, GLSL, GLUT, Inspiration, interactive advertiments, iPad, Java, OpenFrameWorks, OpenGL, Particles, production, Prototyping, Reza, Scripting, Special Effects, Technology, TV, vfx, Visualization, Visuals LoveHateNow November 7, 2010 mis.shap.en.ness November 4, 2010 A Drifting Up

Dansons Paris 10 Designers Famosos e criações E às suas criações Ao longo das décadas fomos testemunhas de inúmeras marcas famosas com os seus respectivos logótipos atraentes, e muitas vezes nos perguntamos quem criou este ou aquele magnífico logo? Por detrás de uma marca de sucesso há normalmente um grande designer. Segue-se a lista des dez designers de alguns dos logos mais famosos de sempre. Logotipo – designers famosos 1. SAUL BASS (1920 – 1996) foi um célebre designer gráfico do século XX. Logotipos Minolta, AT&T e United Airlines 2. Paul Rand (1914 – 1996) foi um designer gráfico norte-americano. Logotipos ABC, IBM e UPS 3. Alan Gerard Fletcher (1931- 2006) foi um designer gráfico da Grã-Bretanha. Logotipos IoD, Reuters e V&A 4. Sagi Haviv é um designer gráfico Israelita nasceu em 1974 e actualmente encontra-se a trabalhar nos E.U.A., é sócio da Chermayeff & Geismar. Logotipos Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD), Library of Congress e Armani Exchange 5. Walter Landor (1913-1995) nasceu em Munich. 6. Herbert F. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Inspiratzion - L'inspiration n'expire jamais ! 10 Easy Secrets To Quickly Become A Great Designer | Artyst Tyrant Blog - Design, Marketing, and Motivation for Conquering Your Business Goals Average Doesn’t Cut It Anymore There was a time, not so long ago, when business was good for designers. Jobs were plentiful, and being a “good” designer was good enough. Then the economy tanked, and the world was thrown into a nasty recession. Many businesses stopped hiring, many designers were laid-off, and competition for all jobs became fierce. In short, being a “good” designer was no longer good enough. If you want to compete in today’s recession-crippled job market, you can’t just be good… you have to be great. Experience ≠ Greatness Experienced designers are often asked by aspiring designers for tips to rapidly improve their design skills. I disagree with this notion; I believe what really makes you great is your ambition and devotion to self-betterment, not your experience. Your time in the game doesn’t matter half as much as how hard you work. 1. If you want to be a great designer, then you should always be on the lookout for great design. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Summary