Amose is a french graffiti artist whose style and use of shapes has always inspired the abstract side of me to jump out. His creative characters are popping up all over the place and definitely unique to him, Amose is most definitely an inspiration to all creative practices.
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The intricate illustrations by Dr.Befa neatly placed upon these plastic sculptures make for some awesome toys. The word “Toys” itself sounds childish, but I think if any of these “toys” were given to a child I do not think they will be too impressed.
Tarin Yuangtrakul does not just dabble with Illustration, he also creates fantastic Typography pieces and Font Faces. His work has so much detail and imagination, looking through his behance, he doesn’t just show the finished pieces but he also shows how it has been done through pictures of his sketches. His work was featured in the ‘Advanced photoshop’ magazine.
Most of Anton Semenov‘s surreal digital artwork reminds me of the creature with hands for eyes in the film Pans Labyrinth. Such freaky and surreal images, but pure genius. The detail and work put into each piece is very unique, I have never seen anything like this! This post is a must see, you will not be dissapointed.
Yinxuan Li Dezarmenien is a Chinese 3d illustrator and character designer currently living in France. Since 2009 she has created many characters and CG illustrations. Yinxuan especially loves to create beautiful women, lovely kids and cute animals. And what she loves the most is to bring them alive in 3D.
On publication of the journal has grown five generations of Russian scientific and technical intelligentsia. Among the authors’ technique – young people “were such scientific luminaries as Werner Heisenberg and Paul Dirac, Otto Gunn and Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi and Louis de Broglie.
On the pages of “TM” were almost all of the outstanding Soviet scientists, specialists, heads of production, from the venerable Ivan Pavlov, Nikolai Zelinsky, Peter Kapitza, Anatoly Alexandrov to anyone unknown Sergei Korolev, Viktor Glushkov, Igor Kurchatov, Ivan Artobolevsky. And if the first task of the magazine was to give young readers the basis of scientific and technical knowledge, then – to get acquainted with the latest developments in science and technology, industry, medicine and agriculture. And yet – to raise an innovator, unconventional thinking man, defending his point of view, to learn to think creatively and look beyond the horizon of current knowledge. No wonder many in the Russian intellectual elite believed, and believe that they raised in the literature, “TM”.