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Judas Priest and Doug Johnson - The Official Blog of Artamax Design Studio Posted on July 16th, 2012 in Graphic design, Illustrations When i was younger and just began diving into hard rock and heavy metal i remember how impressed i was with Judas Priest covers. This eagle falling from the sky and a metal cat - these pictures I have met in many other magazines later on (holding now cover of the Hungarian LPM magazine from January 1990), this style and energy is still inspiring people. I have seen a magazine in Russia with cover image made with a Judas Priest “Turbo” cover just last year. These illustrations were made by Doug Johnson, one of the most interesting illustrators of the 80’s IMHO. Here is the cover for Bo Diddley’s “Where It All Began”

Bassmen 1948 Gatso Roadster (Holland) Holland’s First Post-War Car. A streamlined roadster with plastic top, it was claimed to be capable of 105 miles per hour with its Ford V-8 engine. CSSGram What is This? For more background on CSS Image Effects, you can check out my blog series here, or watch my video from CSS Conf EU, which gives a baseline on blend modes and filters. Simply put, CSSgram is a library for editing your images with Instagram-like filters directly in CSS. What we're doing here is adding filters to the images as well as applying color and/or gradient overlays via various blending techniques to mimic these effects. This means less manual image processing and more fun filter effects on the web! We are using pseudo-elements (i.e.

Throwback photos of experimental LSD parties In his pool were a bunch of "heads," acid grins on their faces, tripping out of their skulls. The Merry Pranksters, author Ken Kesey's notorious troupe of counter-cultural jesters, had decided to pay the photographer an unsolicited visit. "I don't think I stripped naked," Schiller, now 80, recalls, "but I jumped right in with them, I can tell you that!" Fifty-one years later, he chuckles remembering how upset his wife was at the time. Joe Peterson Joe Peterson is currently working as a senior concept artist at Blizzard Entertainment in Southern California. Joe has worked on video game titles like Starcraft II, Diablo 3, World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade and Firefall. Link: All images used with permission by the artist. © Joe Peterson or their respective copyright holder.

Normal Moments In Art History With No Murder hi hi what are you doing i’m very normal and you can trust me you should trust me start trusting me right now ok hiiiiii hey what’s up what are you doing Architectural museum reveals the secrets of Moscow buildings The State Museum of Architecture named after A.V. Shchusev in Moscow begins advertising campaign. The main purpose is to tell people about this wonderful museum. Unique collections of the museum reflect thousand-year history of the architectural heritage of Russia. The focus is on the key historic buildings, symbols of the city – St.

Offset Path Effect Last week Adobe release some new updates in the Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop and Illustrator. The best new feature for me was the live corner effects in Illustrator. It is a simple little feature but it will make my job so much easier, especially when creating logos, icons and symbols. Amelia Earhart died as a castaway, not on air Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Her plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean while she attempted to circle the Earth. It was always assumed Earhart died in the crash and that her remains were lost to the deep waters. The skeleton of a castaway found on the island of Nikumaroro, Kiribati, in 1940 may belong to Earhart.

Twisted Metal Concept Art by Tyler West Concept artist Tyler West has released concept art he created for Twisted Metal. Tyler worked for more than a year collaborating remotely with David Jaffe and Eat Sleep Play. Co-designed all in-game vehicles and characters. The Coolest Tattoo Artists In The World French tattoo artist Loïc Lavenu, also known by the nickname Xoïl, has a very distinctive Photoshop collage aesthetic. The results are always surreal, sprawling, and highly experimental. Peter is incredibly skilled at creating many visual art styles, be it watercolor, cubism, or precisely shaded pencil drawings. Ondrash in Znojmo, Czec Ondrash is practically becoming a household name due to the raging popularity of the watercolor tattoos he specializes in.h Republic

Incredible Wood Carved Sculptures by Maskull Lasserre The pictures below are all work of Canadian artist and sculpture Maskull Lasserre who’s breathtaking sculptural work is all about extracting the most delicate anatomical forms of humans, animals and insects from common inanimate objects such as pianos, doors, books or axes. Check out some of his incredible work below, his eye for detail is absolutely amazing: That might seem like a waste of a perfectly good piano or axe to some, but according to the artist his work is a demonstration of how once something ceases to be it becomes something else: When the remnants of life are imposed on an object, and that’s true especially with the carving work that I do, it infers a past history or a previous life that had been lived, so again where people see my work as macabre, I often see it as hopeful, as the remnants of a life. Source Share Maskull’s incredible carvings with your friends below.

Displace filter with vector effects After one month traveling I’m back and trying to get back to my routine. First of all, I’d like to thank all comments and emails about the blog and the tutorials. Now talking about Photoshop, I started using the new CS3 programs on my mac and I have to say, they are really faster, and I can finally use the Illustrator more often. On this article I created a design inspired by the work of Nik Ainley. He’s one of my favorite Photoshop Masters and his work is really impressive. For this design I used the Displace filter in Photoshop, I think it’s one of the most obscure filters because most the majority of users don’t know how to use it, and that includes me, lol.

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