Amazing digital photography and photo manipulations by KHUONG NGUYEN from Paris, France.
Many people believe that the true purpose of art is to show only the brightest and the most positive emotions and feelings, and to glorify beauty, perfectness, harmony, happiness, joy, and love. However, the truth is that art is and should always be equally devoted to another type of human emotions as well: sorrow, melancholy, nostalgia, grief, and even pain. Without such alternative colors, the picture of life, created by photographers, painters, and illustrators, would be incomplete and lopsided. That is why, among the images, displayed within our daily showcases, you can see the pictures of shabby houses, dead trees, poverty, or human indifference towards issues, which do call for our attention and adequate response.
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I’m graphic designer and self taught photographer from Finland. I started photographing in December 2008. Since then I fell in love with it. I am constantly trying to find new ways to view this world. Thanks for the visit, I hope you like my photos!
Alessandro Battara aims to strike hard on what’s negative around us such as a piece of news or a social/political situation through his work.
The Villa Amanzi by Architect firm Original Vision Studio is a stunning modern vacation residence located in the exclusive Cape Sol on the West coast of Phuket, Thailand. Villa Amanzi is a stunning six bedroom residence with a 15m infinity pool and breathtaking views over the Andaman Sea. This luxury villa enjoys a spectacular headland location along Kamala’s exclusive Millionaires Mile and captures cool gentle breezes all year round with uninterrupted sea views from every vantage point, in one of the most breathtaking locations Phuket has to offer.
They can be strong and merciless, but they never kill for sport. They can be larger than a tram and still feed on the tiny krill or zooplankton. Some of them are not larger than a dime, but their poison leaves no chance to survive to a much larger enemy… Of course, we are talking about wild animals; and now we want to invite you, our dear reader, for a virtual tour to the wild nature environment, where you’ll be able to enjoy the closer views at the wild animals, which you may or may not meet at your geographic location. Furious tigers and peaceful horses, noble eagles and wise owls, funny bear cubs and curious deer – all of them did their best to act like professional models, allowing photographers make their best shots.
Male proboscis monkey in Bako National Park – Borneo – Malaysia – South East Asia by Lucie et Philippe
I’ve been an obsessive image maker since the age of 12 when I picked up my first 1 megapixel digital camera. With my interests primarily in digital media, design and post-processing I have been creating a range of stylised photography for the last 13 years. When not working on commercial or commissioned work I’m busy documenting the world around me or developing projects or conceptual images for my personal portfolio. I graduated from Brighton University in 2006 with a degree in Editorial Photography and have been working professionally since then.
In the area of Petaling Jaya, west of Kuala Lumpur, a great urban development is under way for the establishment of a new urban centre. As a landmark for this area, the Developer wanted to host his on-site offices and sale’s showroom in an iconic pavilion that would reflect the spirit and the architectural style of the whole development.
Photography is the art, science, and practice of creating pictures by recording radiation on a radiation-sensitive medium, such as a photographic film, or electronic image sensors. Photography uses foremost radiation in the UV, visible and near-IR spectrum.For common purposes the term light is used instead of radiation. It’s beautiful journey to walk with his awesome photostreams.
The Ijburg house designed by Marc Koehler is named after its location, a new neighbourhood in Amsterdam. The home stands as a solid mass with a central window column that appears to be chiseled out. This window connects the back to the front and floods the space with light. Inside, the building houses three bedrooms and bathroom on the main floor and an open concept living area above. The house is most recognizable for its pixel-like brick exterior. the design is based on the amsterdamse school style first used in the 1920’s. The pattern features special bricks that protrude from the building. these are not only a textural feature but also allow hanging plants and vines to grow on the building’s exterior.
I am Karol, freelance graphic designer from Poland, totally devoted to type illustration. My works are a result of passion for letters and decorative hand craft. I am always looking for coalescence to idea and eye catch execution.
My favorite definition of Animation is ‘The act, process or result of imparting life, interest, spirit, motion, or activity.’ One of the more interesting techniques is Stop-motion animation. Stop motion is an animation technique of manipulating physical objects into appearing to move on their own i.e. the cinematic process by which an armatured, pose-able puppet is brought to life by breaking motion into increments and filming one frame of film per increment. The objects are moved in small increments between individually photographed frames thus creating an illusion of movement when all the frames are played together in a continuous sequence. Clay is used often to create figures that are used in stop motion since clay allows for easy repositioning. This sort of motion animation using clay is called clay animation or claymation. One of the most monumental examples of stop-motion being used in mainstream cinema is King Kong, a milestone made possible by stop motion animation.
Jan Masny’s photographs are simple and minimal with the aim to specifically emphasize their content. He is fascinated by polarities and contrasts of meaning, and the ability to extract from the subject often unexpected aspects which gives a freshness and depth to his work.
Animal photography is one of the most challenging and rewarding form of photography. Stalking wildlife animal to take pictures of them is quite difficult, because in any moment your subject could run or worst attack you. You need patience and time when photographing animals, especially if you are want a particular position and scene. Even as animal images can be taken using basic equipment, excellent animal photography needs special equipment, such as macro lenses for insects, underwater cameras for marine life and long focal length lenses for birds. From land based animals, marine mammals, and birds, I collect 28 stunning animal images with excellent wildlife photography. I hope you enjoy this inspirational showcase.
If you think of insects as about tiny yet tremendously nasty, ugly, and annoying creatures, we are here to break such stereotypes and show that insects can really be funny, cute, smile-causing and positive beings. We welcome you to the gallery of insect illustrations at Cruzine, compiled with the brightest works of illustrators, featuring all types of insects. Though you will hardly meet all the creatures, featured here, in the wild nature environment, we believe this won’t be an obstacle for you to enjoy the “portraits” and change your perception of insects as part of the fauna.
Insects by Max Kostenko
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