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Minjae Lee

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Category Archives: Snaps {*style:<br>*} When I saw the thick fog rolling into Coal Harbour from the west last week, I got really excited about the photo opp I was going to get from my balcony but after a few uninspiring shots I quickly realized that I need to be on the ground shooting.{*style:<br>*} It didn’t take long before I took my gear for a solid 2 hour solo photo walk around my neighbourhood for long exposures.

081810 WIP 081810 WIP - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper Artwork © Lawrence Yang 2010 my blog | my site | purchase inquiries Mind Blowing Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee So this is what we do with literature now that we have e-readers? Just kidding. Most people read books on a regular basis, we gain knowledge and obtain lessons that might be applied to our own life in the near future. Designer Guy Laramee has a different viewpoint on paper. He uses those think and heavy book that we remember from College/High school to create beautiful sculptures. Guy Laramée is an interdisciplinary artist who, in the course of his 30 years of practice, found his way through such varied and numerous disciplines as : stage writing, stage directing, contemporary music writing, musical instrument design and building, singing, video, scenography, sculpture, installation, painting and literature. By transforming the edges of vintage books, he is able to create stunning mountains, glacial landscapes, plateaus, and deep valleys. We hope you enjoyed this collection as much as we did!

Junk Portraits by Zac Freeman Since 1999, Zac began collecting junk found around often in the trash, then glued to a wooden substrate to form an image an image – in the case, portraits. His artworks are made by assembling on a large-scale (the pieces average about 28 “by 35″) and when viewed up close looks like a series of small objects stuck meaningless, but when seen from far away are impressive portraits. > zacfreemanart.com Create Something. Donate Login Remember Me Create An Account Forgot Password // Provide alternate content for browsers that do not support scripting // or for those that have scripting disabled. Join Now Hot Shiny "Do"by Misterx|43|Favorite? Free Falling (Green)by Leaflady|0|Favorite? asu (68)by Durgunsu|1|Favorite? Tom Hayden 1939-1916by Calypso rose|0|Favorite? Scatter....by Pennycandy|1|Favorite? Midnight Starby Maurie|3|Favorite? Free Fallingby Leaflady|1|Favorite? (204)by Bluegirl|2|Favorite? Strangers in Spaceby Leaflady|1|Favorite? Whoooo? About Myoats Read More Myoats is a community where people create designs using an online drawing application. New view more GRAPE-NUT LACEYby Robinrebornart HOT HEARTS ART-MEby Robinrebornart Morn. comes Early :(by Vonzeppelin PERI-WINK-LE BLUE'Sby Robinrebornart GrooveIsInTheHeart (2)by Bluegirl Electric linesby Tsm faker BLACK DIAMOND HIGHby Robinrebornart Doodlesby Rampuero (186)by Bluegirl Frost (2)by Rampuero view more How To Create Watch Tutorials Follow Us ?

Body Painting by Craig Tracy | Pondly Article by James Pond I am the owner of Pondly.com / art lover / electrical engineer / software developer / MBA in e-business student. I blog for pleasure and love to share my Internet findings. Web site: Body painting is form of art in which Craig Tracy excels. Website You may want to check out Body Painting by Barbara Pichiecchio and Alessio Frederico Sample: Do you want more visual fun? You might also like

Rajacenna Draws Celebrity Portraits Rajacenna is an 18-year-old self-taught artist from the Netherlands who draws the most realistic portraits I have ever seen, using only pencils. I’m a big fan of realistic drawings, and I’ve previously featured amazing works like the pencil drawings of Paul Lung, the ballpoint pen portraits of Juan Francisco Casas, or Cristina Penescu’s detailed scratchboard masterpieces, but at only 18 years of age Rajacenna is in a league of her own. Born in 1993, she started modelling for various Dutch companies when she was only 4, and at 5 years old she made her first appearance on television. She starred in films, soap-operas and tv-series and at 12 she became the host of Kinderjournaal, the first Dutch web-tv for kids. She only took up drawing in 2009, and although she had never taken any art classes she produced some stunning pieces. Reddit Stumble

Wonderfu Brush Less Paintings By David davidwalker-paintings-05 – Fashion Trends, Glamour Models Einstein’s Secret to Amazing Problem Solving (and 10 Specific Ways You Can Use It) Einstein is quoted as having said that if he had one hour to save the world he would spend fifty-five minutes defining the problem and only five minutes finding the solution. This quote does illustrate an important point: before jumping right into solving a problem, we should step back and invest time and effort to improve our understanding of it. Here are 10 strategies you can use to see problems from many different perspectives and master what is the most important step in problem solving: clearly defining the problem in the first place! The Problem Is To Know What the Problem Is The definition of the problem will be the focal point of all your problem-solving efforts. What most of us don’t realize — and what supposedly Einstein might have been alluding to — is that the quality of the solutions we come up with will be in direct proportion to the quality of the description of the problem we’re trying to solve. Problem Definition Tools and Strategies 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

I Wish This Was ? Candy Chang 2010New Orleans, LA Interactive public art project that invites residents to share their hopes for vacant buildings. Chang placed boxes of free stickers in businesses around the city and posted thousands of stickers on vacant buildings across New Orleans, so anyone walking by could fill one out. 2010, New Orleans. » The Little But Really Useful Guide to Creativity “The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.” - Albert Einstein Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on Twitter. It’s easier than ever to be creative, to create, to imagine and make what’s imagined become reality. It’s also tougher than ever, with distractions surrounding us in ways never before imagined. No matter what kind of creative type you are — writer, painter, musician, marketer, blogger, photographer, designer, parent, business owner — you are likely always looking for inspirations, for ways to let loose your creative genius. And while there are millions of creativity tips on the Internet, I thought I’d share the ones I’ve found most useful — the ones that I’ve tried and tested and found to be right. Here they are, in no order at all: “Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” - Lewis Carroll

Amazing Paper Made Muscians Amazing Paper Made Muscians posted under Photography on May 8th, 2010 with 29 Comments 8 May 0 Share Related You will love this Loading... 29 CommentsThoughts from the Community Ferg said Mar 1st, 2011Really great...Love the Elvis! sperlingk1 said Nov 20th, 2010"Musicians" .... not "Muscians" clipping images said Aug 31st, 2010really cool... like a dreamy world of lily puts.. tony said Jul 19th, 2010hey man, it seems to me you've got alotta time to spend !! Anum said Jul 9th, 2010KISS! Maggie said Jul 5th, 2010Yes, I agree, do Bowie! MagnetsMan said Jul 4th, 2010Its perfect style! leesh said Jun 28th, 2010@kthxbye I totally agree! Jude LaFontaine said Jun 22nd, 2010yeah The Beatles rule. Add your Comment Please Be Constructive & Insightful Advertisers Their support keeps us going Random Creatives From the Couch On the Couch Past Interviews Interview: Zootool on Design and Development & Business 21,374 Designs7,789 Creatives179 Articles4,806 Critiques340 Collections Thanks to our Sponsors

Demystifying the Creative Process “I’m not creative.” “I wish I could be more creative, but I don’t have it in me.” “Why are some people creative and others aren’t?” If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard those statements or questions… The truth is almost everyone has creative potential. What separates good creatives (or dormant creatives that get lucky) is that they’ve learned how to walk through the creative process. A large part of the problem is that there is an air of mystery and mysticism around the creative process. So, let’s take a few minutes and demystify the creative process. The Four Steps of Creativity We’ve known for a long time that the creative process can be broken down into four distinct processes, most of which can be fostered and augmented. PreparationIncubationIlluminationImplementation I’ll spend some time on each step. Preparation This is the first phase of what most call work. The reason I say most call this phase “work” is because these processes may or may not be inherently enjoyable. Incubation

Land Art Mélange de photographie, de nature et de style, le land-art de Sylvain Meyer s’illustre avec brio au travers de ces images. Grâce à son sens de l’observation, il passe des heures à collecter des éléments de la nature afin de créer une ambiance envoutante. Plus d’images dans la suite.

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