French artist Elisabeth Lecourt has taken the beauty and concept of a map one step further with Les Robes Géographiques.
Amazing fashion shoots by Charles Lucima, talented photographer based in Los Angeles specializing in fashion, editorial and beauty. by Creative Photography Blog. Continue reading “Fashion Photography by Charles Lucima” »
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Amber Rose teams up with photographer David Field to shoot “Spanish Harlem” themed spread for BlackBook Magazine.
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Archival pigment print. 100% Cotton, 310g. 12 Colors.
Today we’ll start with two amazing nature photos. The first one is called Grasses of Pew Tor by Alex37 … love the atmosphere btw. The other one is right below and it’s from Fregona, Treviso, Italy. What a view. Let’s continue lower down in the illustration section. Again, I’ll pick two artworks I like the most. I am sure you’ll agree that Demos by Apofiss deserves to be featured .). Although I am not into fairy tales anymore, I do like the illustration called Knight by Pesare. For all the fans of photorealistic drawings, make sure to check Almost Famous by Andre Villanueva. Typography by Mircozett is a mixture of typography and 3d. Looks pretty hot to me. Do not miss the Mercado Magazine‘s vision of UK-Brazilian flag available in the Ad section :). At the end, got to mention there is a nice free font available called Gabba All Caps. Worth downloading .). Enjoy!
This fantastically gruesome knit hat comes complete with attached vinyl brain parts.
- It’s all bullshit except the pain. The pain of hell. The burn from a lighted match increased a million times. Infinite. Now, ya don’t fuck around with the infinite. There’s no way you do that. The pain in hell has two sides. The kind you can touch with your hand; the kind you can feel in your heart… your soul, the spiritual side. And ya know… the worst of the two is the spiritual.
- Y’know Joey Clams…
- …Joey Scallops, yeah.
- I know him too, yeah.
- …yeah. No. No, Joey Scallops is Joey Clams.
- …they’re the same person!
The Weather Chanel’s editorials transmuted in illustration. The Dry series made by its Guest Artist Alexandra Levasseur, are portraits of The Weather Girl excluded in artificial paradises that have as their ultimate goal to keep her hair safe from the weather.
Her intact hairstyle remains submerged in a false atmosphere created by a dryer, and isolated from the rainy environment through her umbrella.
The Dry images are epiphanies in scenarios dominated by melancholy and delicacy alike, and will be shown until June 30th in Glamort Tattoo and Art Gallery in Montreal, Canada.
And here we go again … another collection of fresh daily inspirations is ready. Let’s see what we got. From today’s photos, I am going to highlight Tand eld pa dina tankar by Kayjensen and Transportation by Robert Westrich. There is a sexy illustration available lower down called Queen of Spade by Alikasapoglu. Our male audience … this one is a must .). Kind of like JOKEBOX SERIE by Roger Cordoba Schwaneberg as well … it’s available in the 3d section. Traditional art lovers, make sure to check Pastel Portraits by Emma Uber. Amazing colorful painting … you have to admit that. If interested in some cool icons, make sure to check today’s freebie section. Enjoy!