Thierry Le Gouès was born in Brest (France) in 1964. He began his career of photographer of mode in 1986 with Condé Nast Italy: Sail and Uomo Vogue, and continued its collaboration with magazines as prestigious as International Glamour, Vogue Men, Vogue, Condé nast Italy, Lei, Per Him, Arena, I.D, The Face, Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Interview, French Revue. Thierry Goues is one of the founders of the magazine: “French – Re-examined Modes” Thierry is also the author of international advertising campaigns: Replay, Nike, Levi’s, Boucheron, Hermès, Lavazza, Spring, Yves Saint Laurent, Paco Rabanne, Pascale Browned, Swatch, Moschino.
He currently resides in Paris and New York.
Naoto Hattori was born in 1975 in Yokohama Japan, studied Graphic Design in Tokyo before moving to New York to study in the School of Visual Arts. In the year 2000 he received a BFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts and also he was numerous award from many art competitions and he has been published in many art magazines. Of his work, he says : “My vision is like a dream, whether it’s a sweet dream, a nightmare, or just a trippy dream. I try to see what’s really going on in my mind, and that’s a practice to increase my awareness in stream-of-consciousness creativity. I try not to label or think about what is supposed to be, just take it in as it i and paint whatever I see in my mind with no compromise. That way, I create mu own vision.”
Saturday design and art inspirations for all DYT readers :)
Her Blue Heaven by Elle Muliarchyk Continue reading “DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #64” »
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Mark Seliger was born in Amarillo Texas in 1959, where he lived with his parents, Maurice and Carol Lee, and his two older brothers and younger sister, until 1964, when they moved to Houston.
Seliger’s early interest in photography began when his brother Frank promised to give him his Diana camera if he got a base hit in Little League. He didn’t get the hit, but he got on base (by getting a walk for getting hit in the shoulder with the ball), and the camera was his. His first love quickly became the darkroom where he began experimenting with printing and developing in the family’s bathroom.
Daniel Goodman (NY, NY) is the creator of nametheGarels.com, a demented online comic featuring magically bizarre, original homemade creations—including a comically deviant collection of acrylic canvas paintings that are bound to make you grimace in confusion. Enjoy!
The end of the working week usually brings relaxation and anticipation of the upcoming weekend. However, it may also bring inspiration for doing what you like the most, but not always have enough time to devote to during the week. Cruzine will help you to receive a fresh charge of inspiration if you are fond of design. Indeed, if you love design, you do not limit it with the working time; and you never know when the Muse is about to appear. Visit the gallery of inspirational works, representing photography, digital art, typography, advertising, video, and web design, now without hesitation. Who knows, maybe among these pictures you’ll find the key to unlock your own creative potential and get enough motivation to produce some stunning visual work of your own design.
3D Illustrations-Commissioned and personal work by Teodoru Badiu Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 109” »
Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 109” »
People like to surf on the beach in summer. Ocean is one of the gifts from GOD. Waves are one of the attractive scenery of nature. This collection consists about Beautiful oceans waves which attempted to capture the beauty of breath-taking images from professional Photographers.
International fashion photographer and director Warwick Saint was born in South Africa in 1972. He shoots fashion, celebrities, beauty, portraits, music and advertising campaigns worldwide. His client list includes Puma, Nike, Costume National and Diesel. Here we present some of his awesome clicks…enjoy!
As any other city with the global importance and influence, Moscow is a city of contrasts. You cannot describe it with one word, phrase, or even paragraph. Moscow is like a huge collage made of small pictures, each representing some tiny yet important and unique element of the city organism: whether it is grandeur architecture, rich cultural heritage, or diverse social society atmosphere. Today’s showcase, devoted to Moscow, reveals all the diversity of the city: you’ll see the sceneries of the monumental Red Square, which remains one of the globally recognized symbols of communism; the pictures of shiny and glassy business centers are mixed with industrial districts; and young Moscow beauties are shown along with poor people, struggling for their ideological views.
Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed by Ivan S. Abrams Continue reading “Moscow Calling…” »
Continue reading “Moscow Calling…” »
Her signature detailed style reflects a refined monochrome pallette with her name ‘Nanami‘ (meaning ‘Seven Seas‘ in Japanese ) stamped in red. Fluid line-work, watery creatures and Goldfish are some of her favourite subjects, and distinctive forms which are featured in her artworks.
National Geographic is possibly the most inspiring magazine I have ever read. I started reading NatGeo as a little kid and it really instilled a taste for adventure, science, and exotic locales/cultures in me. I have never lost that interest and always thought running NatGeo would be a blast. If you are curious, have kids or just love to look at beautiful pictures, I highly recommend getting a subscription to National Geographic.
One of the ways to make a logo design look professional, reserved, yet noble and aesthetically appealing is to use simple geometric figures, such as a square or a rectangle or a quadrangle in the broader meaning. In addition to aesthetic characteristics and favorable profile for visual perception, quadrangle shapes on the logo may also possess distinct symbolic meaning of some protected and well-delimitated area with the core element of the logo placed in the middle of the square field. Such quadrangle-shaped logos may fit all kinds of projects: from hotel logos to social initiatives and to real estate agencies. Properly combined with other graphic elements, background, and color palette, quadrangle logos may become efficient identifications for business and impressive addition to a logo designer’s portfolio.
Seeds of Love v.2 by Juan Camilo Rendon Alvarez Continue reading “Quadrangle Logo Design – Efficiency via Simplicity” »
Continue reading “Quadrangle Logo Design – Efficiency via Simplicity” »
A party flyer can fill the dance floor with the perfect combination of creative font and other visual elements. Looking for new and different flyers will definitely hype you up to create a wonderful mix of designs on your own.
Let’s start the party pumping with this roundup of 50 party flyer designs that will help boost your creative mind.
Lois van Baarle is a well known and acclaimed digital artist at Deviant Art. Though she is only 25 years old but 7 years experience at Deviant Art and her superb design talent makes her one of the prominent artists at DeviantArt. Check the best of her works below.
Being a cradle of the human civilization, Africa has a very long history. However, among all the other populated continents, the all-changing wind of time seems to pass over Africa, leaving its face mainly unchanged for centuries or even millenniums. While the territories of Europe and America changed rapidly and significantly under the influence of civil and world wars, industrialization, globalization, and a whole bunch of other “…zations”, Africa in its largest part remained unchanged, protecting its uniqueness, genuineness, and authenticity in every aspect of life from nature to social relationships.
ZULU by Milan Josipovic Continue reading “Africa… Incredible Africa” »
Continue reading “Africa… Incredible Africa” »