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Jean Jullien's online portfolio: Allo?

Jean Jullien's online portfolio: Allo?
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Dran Based in Toulouse, Dran is a multi-talented artist who uses a variety of media such as installations, paintings and drawings to convey his ironic viewpoint. After developing his skills as part of Toulouse’s renowned graffiti scene. He is also a fan of the absurd and has published a number of books featuring his funny sketches parodying everyday events with great doses of surrealism. Check him at retroactif.free.fr/dran Enjoy The Gallery My god this is incredible. the style reminds me more of blu ( than banksy, but the sense of humor is definitely banksy-esque you stole the idea of the finger smashing a person’s head from blu. Not even close. Great stuff. nice art work Magnifique. If the style won’t be so gloomy it could be named littele masterpieces this is wonderful. stumblebutton’d art for a little soul motivation. and, youve made my day. i really like these. awesome! depressing Russian style art. This is great – would be nice to see some of the pieces on buildings.

24 Clever Print Ads In print advertising world, agencies are bound to reflect their message solely with an image and they generally count on intelligence to accomplish this. Smart ideas on great visuals attract audience’s attention easily and they become a kind of art in the end. Here are some of the latest creations, each of which are virtual proof of what we’ve stated so far. Yoriko Yoshida - "Asialphabet" 04 Nov 2010 Artist Yoriko Yoshida's "Asialphabet" illustrations depict the Roman alphabet (minus Q and X) as Japanese cultural items and traditions. A [Akita] B [Bonsai] C [Chanoyu] D [Dashi] E [Ekiden] F [Futon] G [Geta] H [Haiku] I [Ikebana] J [Judo] K [Karaoke] L [Loose socks] M [Manga] N [Ninja] O [Origami] P [Pachinko] R [Rakugo] S [Soba] T [Takarazuka] U [Urushi] V [Visual-kei] W [Waraji] Y [Yakitori] Z [Zen] [Link: Yoriko Yoshida workbook]

Architecture Student Bought a School Bus and Turned It Into Cozy Mobile Home As a graduate architecture student, Hank was tired of seeing architecture projects that never left the drawing board. So when it came time to come up with a final project, Hank did what was obviously the only logical solution – he bought an old school bus and, together with his brother and a friend, spent 14 weeks converting it into a modern, well-designed mobile home that can host up to 12 people complete with beds, a kitchen, a bathroom and two skylights. Most of the furniture in the bus is modular, so it can be moved, stowed away or converted to different functions. The queen-sized bed can be made into a seating or dining area, and most of these modular pieces of furniture also include storage space. The kitchen consists of a pump sink with plans for an on-board refrigerator and gas cook stove in the future. Hank designed his modern take on the RV as an impulsive, last-ditch effort to come up with something for his graduate thesis project.

Charlie Layton - Drawings on the Fridge Charlie Layton – a freelance designer and illustrator from Philadelphia, USA. Each week, he draws on his refrigerator easily erasable marker. His creations Charlie every week puts on Facebook under the name “Frosty Friday”. On the creation of each of these “marker masterpieces” Charlie takes about 20-30 minutes, and it usually ends with a cup of coffee Friday morning. Mike Matas - Roadtrip USA I’m the design lead for Paper, a new app from Facebook that lets you explore and share stories from friends and the world around you. Paper makes storytelling more beautiful with an immersive design and distraction-free layouts. Before joining Facebook I co-founded Push Pop Press, a digital publishing company that created Al Gore's interactive book Our Choice. Prior to starting Push Pop Press I helped design the Nest Learning Thermostat and worked at Apple where I designed user interfaces and artwork for the iPhone, the iPad, and Mac OS X. Recently I worked with the spanish shoe company Preventi to design a new line of shoes the Mike Matas Global Nomads. My girlfriend and I also run MyCookingDiary.com

Rubén Belloso Adorna We’ve all had our eyes fooled by artists with photorealistic techniques such as Pedro Campos’ picture perfect oil paintings, Paul Cadden’s hyperrealistic pencil drawings, Samuel Silva’s ballpoint pen drawing, and Nathan Welsh’s city paintings, but never before had we seen it done with chalk…until now! Rubén Belloso Adorna of Seville, Spain creates enormous portraits that are so detailed, you would not believe they are not photographs, but they are actually drawings made with chalk pastels. You can see the true magnitude of each drawing when you see the photos of Adorna working on them, yet even when you zoom in and look closely they still look like a high definition photo. See Also WHITEBOARD DRAWINGS DONE ON A SHORT LUNCH BREAK The 26 year old artist holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Seville. He has received much recognition for his work throughout Spain and internationally, with exhibitions in galleries throughout Italy, Spain, and Portugal. Via: Reddit.com

Confessions 2012 Las Vegas, NV Interactive gallery installation in The Cosmopolitan that invites people to anonymously share their confessions and see the confessions of the people around them in the heart of the Las Vegas strip. Amidst casinos, restaurants and bars, Chang invited passersby to write confessions on wooden plaques in the privacy of confession booths. Chang arranged the anonymous plaques on the gallery walls like a Shinto shrine prayer wall, painted select responses on 4’x4’ canvases, and orchestrated the space with an original score by Oliver Blank. The project explored the design of safe spaces for anonymity, vulnerability, understanding, and consolation. 2012, Las Vegas, NV.

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Illustrations Of Unusual And Rarely Spoken Words Recumbentibus—A knockout punch, either verbal or physical. The Irish illustration duo of James and Michael Fizgarald, or also known as The Project Twins, have come up with a series of illustrations that visually represent rarely spoken and heard of words. In their series called ‘A-Z of Unusual Words’, the meaning of the words have been visually defined in the form of a whimsical poster—which can be purchased on their website. Here are some of their ‘informative’ posters: Acersecomic—A Person whose hair has never been cut. Harmartia—The character flaw or error of a tragic hero. Jettatura—The casting of an evil eye Pogonotrophy—The act of cultivating, or growing and grooming, a mustache, beard, sideburns or other facial hair. Ostentiferious—Bring omens or unnatural or supernatural manisfestations. Scripturient—Possessing a violent desire to write. Ultracrepidarian—A person who gives opinions and advice on matters outside of one’s knowledge. Yonderly—Mentally or emotionally distant; absent-minded

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