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The Architectural Review's Folio

The Architectural Review's Folio
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concept SKETCH IIT design studio fabricates pavilion of carbon fiber panels via Avant-garde and modernist magazines Inside back cover of Blok 6-7, Warsaw, 1924. Back cover of MA 8:1, Vienna, 1922. Back cover of Noi II/1:6-9, Rome, 1924. Introduction[edit] What is the relevance of avant-garde magazines printed on aging paper to a society which views the world in real time and through networked digital lenses? In their day avant-garde magazines had been the closest to medium-specific publishing. Although most of them are well known and indeed--worth a lot--today, only a few journals had any significant impact outside the avant-garde circles in their time. In the decades after World War II they turned into a domain of art and literary historians who consulted them in libraries and hard-to-access private collections. The International Dada Archive affiliated with The University of Iowa Libraries has been instrumental in introducing a general audience to many avant-garde magazines through its Digital Dada Library Collection. Gallery[edit] Selected magazine issues. Index[edit] Updates[edit] Catalan[edit]

A Daily Dose of Architecture Drysdale Studio fine art, watercolor paintings, acrylic paintings and oil paintings, architectural illustrations and architectural photography. Pecil and watercolor rendering Hand-rendered architectural illustrations by Bill Drysdale. The Drysdale Studio accepts commissions for beautiful pencil and watercolor architectural renderings in a classic fine-art style. Drysdale’s meticulous perspective drawings are perfect visual aids for your presentations, submittals or sales office. rendering, renderings, rendererIllustration, illustration, illustratorwatercolor, watercolors, watercoloristperspective, perspectivesarchitectural presentationspencilinkmarkerpresentationdrawingpaintingsketch, sketching, sketchesphoto, photos, photographyarchitect, architects, designers, designinteriors, interiorelevations, elevationdelineate, delineationthree-dimensionalconcept, conceptsimagery, images, imageperspectivistsgraphic, graphicsrepresentationcommissioned, commission, commissionshouse, housing, residential, residence3-Dplanning, planner

sabrina gevaerd Urban Sketchers 50 Portrait Retouching Tutorials To Take Your Photoshop Skills To A New Level Email Is it something that often happens to you? You just sit and keep on looking through your photos on the computer screen trying to take a closer look at your full-size pictures. And then it occurs to you that they didn’t really suck that much during the actual shoot? Of course, what you see during the shoot with your eyes and what you get after the photo session is not the same thing. Photoshop is capable of making slightly imperfect photo into an awesome shot. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. \24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

How to Create Tilt-Shift in Photoshop There's something about tiny things that is just inherently fascinating. Tilt-shift photography is a great example of how making large, real-life objects look miniature can create beautiful art. Tilt-shift is a kind of photography that manipulates focus and depth-of-field to yield photos that have selective focus, often mimicking a miniature model. The effect can be achieved with special tilt-shift lenses, but you can also fake the effect in post-production via Photoshop. Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to create tilt-shift miniature fakes with just a few effects in Photoshop. 1. This is possibly the most important step. Tilt-shift photography tends to work best for photos that have a wide view and are taken from higher ground. For this tutorial, we're using a shot of Barcelona taken from the hill of El Carmel: 2. An optional step, you can pre-edit your photo in Photoshop Camera Raw to prep it before adding additional effects. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Images: Mashable, Denise Lu

How To Make a Cool Cinemagraph Image in Photoshop No doubt you’ll have heard of the term Cinemagraph since it exploded onto the Internets. Originally coined by Photographers Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck, a cinemagraph is a clever revival of the classic animated GIF. It combines features of video and photography to create a the illusion of a still image but with cool motion effects. Let’s take a look at how to create your own animated GIF cinemagraph by playing around with Photoshop’s animation tools. Some of the best cinemagraph examples can be found on the creators’ own website. Their original cinemagraphs from New York Fashion Week capture moments just like an ordinary photograph, but also preserve that living moment in time to re-experience endlessly. As the popularity of the cinemagraph grew we began to see mobile apps such as Cinemagram emerge, which allows the easy creation of amateur cinemagraphs using the device’s built in camera. Use a tripod. Alternatively you could always play around with existing stock video footage.

Eye Sharpening - Photoshop Tutorial - 416 Studios With this tutorial you can create amazing, bright eyes within minutes. First retouch, adjust levels and do all necessary colour corrections on your image. With a Lasso Tool (L) select the eyes (hold Shift key to add to selection). Use Smart Sharpen filter on the eyes, the choice of right settings will depend on the size of your file. Add a layer mask to the sharpened layer, then using a white soft brush on 50% bring back paint only iris’ and pupils to expose the sharpened eyes. Using levels brighten the whole picture and then copy mask from previous layer to select only eyes by holding Alt while dragging the sharpened mask (“layer 1” in the pic) onto the “levels 2” layer. With a Colour Balance set desired eye colour, keep “Preserve Luminosity” ticked, again use copy of previously created mask to select eyes only. Reduce opacity of the colour layer to make the eyes look more natural. And voilà, the image is ready.

portraits of the double-faced girl by sebastian bieniek sep 23, 2013 portraits of the double-faced girl by sebastian bieniek doublefaced no. 2220.09.13all images courtesy and © sebastian bieniek berlin-based artist sebastian bieniek unfolds the story of a two-faced female in his series of photographs ‘doublefaced’. using an eye pencil and lipstick, bieniek simply draws an image of a face onto the side of skin. the sketch includes only one eye: carefully placed hair hides the rest of the face from view, revealing one, moving eye of the model. blue, brown, awake, and sleeping variations create portraits with unique expressions and an illustrative sensibility. the 22 photographs of the hybrid girl expose her daily routine — drinking coffee, traveling on the train, taking a shower, and smoking cigarettes — capturing the daily life of a female with two faces.

50 Amazing Gig Posters Sure to Inspire The gig poster scene isn’t exactly the best kept secret among music fiends like myself. It is a tradition that started in the 60′s and is still going strong. Nowadays, the majority of indie bands have a growing collection of poster art that is just too incredible to simply throw away once the show has ended. Not surprisingly, this has led to the gig poster being something of a collectors item for music fanatics everywhere. The following are 50 hand picked gig posters whose creativity and imagination blew me away. Rilo Kiley Designer: Lure Design Inc Les Savy Fav Designer: Cody Fennell Devendra Banhart Designer: Spike Press The National Broken Social Scene Designer: The Small Stakes My Morning Jacket Designer: Andrio Abero Mates Of State Andrew Bird Designer: Gina Kelly The Decemberists Designer: Little Jacket Animal Collective Designer: Delicious Design League Deerhoof The Shins Designer: Kevin Tong …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead Designer: Dave Conrey We Are Scientists Designer: Jonathan Schmitt Stars

Photoshop CS4: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words I love Photoshop techniques that offer all kinds of possibilities for experimentation—and the following tutorial is a perfect example of one of those techniques. In this issue, we’re going to take a portrait and replace the person’s image with text (think 2009 Grammy posters). Pick a portrait that offers good contrast—a photo that’s very dramatic and dark probably won’t work as well. I’ve had the best success with straight-on head and shoulder shots, but again, feel free to experiment with all types of photos. For the best results, choose a photo that has a light background (or select the background around the person and make it lighter). Create a new document (File>New) in a size that’s smaller than your photo: the specifics don’t really matter. Switch back to the photograph. Then, press Command-J (PC: Ctrl-J) to copy the selected pixels onto a new layer. Go back to the Select menu and choose Color Range again. Click the Create a New Layer icon at the bottom of the Layers panel.

8500+ Free Photoshop Brushes. Weekly Roundup from DesignFloat Hey guys, the time for Friday roundup has come and we want to share some useful resources featuring free Photoshop brushes with you. We all know that brushes turn out to be the essential tools for web designers and help to add the desired atmosphere to the websites. Using this Photoshop tool, it is possible to give the design the impressive touch and make it catchy. Of course, you have seen a vast amount of brush sets all around the web, but here you can find the top-notch collection of the most popular among them. We have decided to compile 8500+ various brush sets for our readers and we hope that this post will come in handy and add inspiration for your future designs. So, you are welcome to enjoy this roundup that features the ultimate collection of brushes. Additionally, we’d also recommend you to check out the compilation of 60 free Photoshop gradient sets, which you can easily use to improve your graphics. 1100+ Abstract High Quality Free Photoshop Brushes

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