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Romain Laurent

Romain Laurent
Loop #54 Trying to find my balance on the rough waters of the Salt Flats This is a draft from a year ago I found today. At the time I labelled it too dumb but looking back I think it’s worth sharing. www.romain-laurent.comfacebook / instagram Let the @Frappuccino Float on your mind. Loop #53 Clare McGibbon gave up trying to put that blanket on the sand www.romain-laurent.comfacebook / instagram / vine Here’s my spin on the Dance frappuccino Dance Challenge. #MakeSomeFun Challenge: SipFace-Off. Loop #52 Jenna Haugmard felt like the beach was the perfect place to rediscover herself Loop #51 This one is another version of the 3rd loop I did a year back, in honor of Trevor Dickson, the wonderful human being who is posing here and who just became a dad. I haven’t been very active on the #gif front lately, that’s about to change! The #LOrealParisLive team at work delivering the #GoldenGlobes looks to you lorealparisusa Reflecting on what a great night #LOrealParisLive was

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Les gifs toujours plus surréalistes de Romain Laurent [Article mis à jour le 2 mai 2014] On avait déjà parlé de Romain Laurent et de sa série renversante Tilt. Aujourd’hui, on se concentre sur son nouveau travail : des portraits animés totalement absurdes, dans le cadre d’un projet intitulé One Loop Portrait a Week. Le photographe français – qui s’inspire à la fois de Sempé, Michel Gondry et Quentin Dupieux pour ne citer qu’eux – délivre sur son site un gif inédit par semaine, et nous transporte à chaque fois dans son univers surréaliste. Contacté par Konbini, l’artiste explique qu’il a réalisé cette série afin “d’expérimenter avec un médium hybride” pour pouvoir laisser aller son ”imagination spontanément, sans pression et sans concept directeur hors de la forme”. Pour le choix des images, le photographe s’explique :

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Artworks Inspired by Kandinsky Style Wassily Kandinsky is a famous Russian painter, graphical artist and theoretician of Arts. He was one of the abstractionism’s founders. He has made a great contribution not only with his artworks, but also wrote several books and showed himself as a skillful teacher. His most famous works are Composition, Murnau Garden, Yellow Red and Blue, Impression, Gravitation, Moscow, East and many others. To give due to his masterpiece works, today we would like to present to your attention Artworks inspired by Kandinsky Style, as there is no denying the fact that Kandinsky had a great influence all the modern painters of this direction. Advertisement

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New Incredibly Detailed Pen Doodles By Kerby Rosanes Kerby Rosanes, the doodle master from the Phillipines, is back with new amazingly detailed drawings. Though we wrote about him a few months ago, he didn‘t waste any time creating more extraordinary pieces, which he insists on calling doodles. From your favorite lion (now in steam punk style) to raging hippos or interstellar black holes, all these overwhelming compositions ooze with tiny and funny details. While all this started as a hobby for this 23-year-old, it has been his main occupation for some time now. Some of his drawings were made for his clients while others were created just for fun, but all of them will catch your eye. More info: kerbyrosanes.com | Behance | Facebook (via: visualnews)

Here’s How The Euro Would Look If It Was Designed By This Hungarian Student The euro is a controversial currency, but one thing that we can agree upon is that this currency might look a lot better if Hungarian graphic design student Barbara Bernat had anything to say about it. She created a series of fictional Hungarian euros with beautiful and elegant illustrations of European plants and animals that I would just love to have a wad of in my lonely and empty wallet. Bernat’s choice to portray plants and animals rather than the gray heads of national dignitaries or the facades of moldy buildings makes for some beautiful money. On Behance, she details how the drawings evolved – they began as drawings and evolved into copperplate etchings, which she used to imitate the intaglio printing process actually used to print money.

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