Romero Britto was born in Recife, Brazil on October 6, 1963 as the seventh of nine children. Art first entered Romero’s life when he was a young child but he did not understand art as a profession until his older brother brought home books about famous artists like Toulouse Lautrec. Britto began copying the works of these masters from the books he got from his brother day after day. In the beginning, art was an outlet Britto used to escape even through his teenage years and early twenties when Romero was working toward entry into law school. Romero has explored many media including watercolor, pen and ink, serigraphy, lithography, acrylic, and even finger paint. Britto’s work embodies the expressionist color patterns of the Fauves, the multi-dimensional facets of Cubism, and the reference to mass culture in Pop Art. With clean, bold, and colorful imagery, Britto subtly delivers strong, poignant messages in a refreshing and upbeat manner. His masterful use of form and color resonate with activism, allowing him to address a variety of social and political issues.
Ads attract the consumer’s attention. Marketing agencies hired for creating unique outdoor Billboard in high traffic areas such as occupy roads. The judgment of a good Ads is whether it can stop consumer’s eye for longer 3 seconds. Here are some creative Advertisement. We believe they can attract your eyes.
Eugenio Recuenco is considered as one of the most creative Spanish fashion photographers. The creative department of many catalogues and agencies defined his style “cinematographic” or “pictorial”. In Spain he shoots exclusively for Vogue. Among others international magazines he works for Madame Figaro. His campaigns include prestigious brands such as Chanel (Spanish market), Boucheron, Carolina Herrera, Louis Vuitton (Spanish market), Custo Barcelona, Carrera y Carrera, Caramelo, Cimarrón, Caroche, Florentino, Myrurgia, etc. He has won numerous prizes, including the V ABC Photography Prize for his work “Conception, delivery, games and education” (Circuit, 2003).
Melding her passion for photography with her love of animals, Sharon Montrose’s definitive photographic style has made her one of the most sought-after commercial photographers specializing in animals. In addition to ten published photography books to her credit, Sharon shoots for some of the world’s foremost pet industry brands. Her animal series photographs are part of numerous public and private collections and have been awarded recognition by Communication Arts, Photo District News, The Art of Photography, Hey, Hot Shot!, and the International Photography Awards.
Our Mother Nature is a perfect creator and a designer; there is no doubt about that. It created everything that surrounds us – plants, animals, landscapes, colors and shapes, odors and tastes. It seems impossible that there could be some other designer capable of exceeding Nature’s power and genius. On the other hand, every single Nature’s creation acquired a little bit of its creative skills as a gift. Most often these skills are used to survive in the wild. We, humans, in the course of evolution started to use our gift of creativity to amaze the viewers, to mimic the Nature, to do art and create beauty, which, as we know, can save the world. Art pieces presented today in our inspiration set are the vivid examples of the above stated…
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