Illustration created by Arthur W. Presser from Koning. Inspired by a song from The Decemberists.
The video is an animation with gorgeous pictures and at sea with light beams, and beings floating calmly.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
This post is part of our series of posts showing the most inspiring houses around the world. This institution is one of the most important things in life, because in homes we can think, grow, feel confortable and reinvigorate ourselves to continue the beautiful journey of our lives.
There are many reasons to use leaf image as part of corporate logo designs. Leaves can symbolize the natural cycle of life and death, expressing the idea that spring will always come after winter, bringing new sprouts of life purity, freshness, and beauty. After all, playing on the leaf theme in your logo design projects is worthy to consider just because leaves are always beautiful, no matter whether these are the young spring leaves or falling autumn leaves, colored in all the possible colors and shades. Finally, it is worthy to mention that leaf image is a symbol, commonly used in heraldry and flag design; the official flag of Canada or the Maple Leaf is, perhaps, the most prominent example of such application.
Illustrator Albert Lee tries out different tools and mixes different mediums. Sometimes he starts by sketching with a .5mm pencil and then he paints over his pieces in Photoshop. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Trevor Brady specializes in Fashion / Advertising photography servicing clients in major cities around the world. Trevor’s experience as Creative Director for a leading North American interactive advertising agency has given him a unique insight into the creative needs for clients who strive for strong brand recognition and strategy. Having worked with such clients as Adidas, Dakine, Verisign, Sales Force, Business Objects, Brooks Running, AMO, Century 21, Remax, Trevor Brady consistently provides progressive and “on brand” creative.
This animation by Candas Sisman has been making the rounds around the internet lately. It’s a really great abstract piece that was made with Cinema 4D and the HDRI Light Kit Pro. Everyone seems to be asking how it was made.Read more about it HERE.