Mexican-born painter Ana Teresa Fernandez holds a master’s degree in Fine Arts at San Francisco Art Institute and has exhibited internationally in Mexico and South Africa.
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Today, I’m very happy to publish Design.CreativeFan’s first installment of our interview program, where we will be getting in contact with established as well as up-and-coming designers and interviewing them to share some of their insights and backgrounds with you.
In our first interview, CreativeFan sat down with Bram Vanhaeren of into1 to interview him about his work, artistic styles and influences. Many of you will remember Bram’s previous tutorials for Design.CreativeFan:
So now you will get some background and additional insights. Enjoy the interview, and special thanks for Bram for this interview.
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Claude Monet // The Most Consistent And Prolific Practitioner Of The Impressionism @100 Best Flash Websites
Claude Monet, born Oscar Claude Monet (14 November 1840 – 5 December 1926), was a founder of French impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement’s philosophy of expressing one’s perceptions before nature, especially as applied to plein-air landscape painting. The term Impressionism is derived from the title of his painting Impression, Sunrise (Impression, soleil levant).
With only 50 limited pieces, Kidrobot has released a hot pink incarnation of Frank Kozik’s ‘dead che’. The lucky few who get their hands on one will get more than an aesthetically chiseled piece of hot pink genius, but also a hot item that will sure catch any eye that gazes into your collection. Available at kindrobot.com
In 1940th Life magazine’s cover featured nuclear explosion photographic picture, made by Charles Wyckoff. That was the first example of high dynamic range imaging; and the popularity of this photographic technique continues to grow gradually these days thanks to the incredible artistic effects of the HDR images. Cruzine has prepared this showcase of vintage cars HDR images to get you familiar with this specific trend of modern photography art, stemming from the ideas and experiments of the greatest photographers of the 20th century.
By general definition, HDR or high dynamic range imaging refers to a specific photography technique, which allows a photographer to achieve greater dynamic ranges of luminance between the darkest and the lightest parts on the photograph in comparison to a standard dynamic range. HDR imaging is a step forward to developing absolutely new imaging techniques, that will better comply with the physical abilities of human sight (human eyes can, actually, perceive the surrounding world’s objects in a huge dynamic range, which still remains unreachable for modern imaging devices and media). That is why, HDR photography is sometimes said to be “scene-referred” in comparison to “device-referred” traditional digital photography.
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