A German archaeologist that likes to take photos from the air. He has done a course and training projects in aerial photography and he has been featured in numerous publications.
I love Japan. I have been fascinated with it since I was very little. I remember in 2nd or 3rd grade, we had to write a letter to anywhere in the world for information about it and I chose Japan & got all kinds of awesome stuff from them. Since then, I still love Japan – I definitely want to go to Tokyo to see how amazing it is there, If you have never seen any images from there then you are in for a treat! The vast architecture differences there from old and new are truly refreshing and stunning – such a beautiful place.
Hi Guys! It should be pretty much clear what will be today’s collection all about … we’ll be presenting around 50 quality photo manipulations featuring water, splashes or spills. All our handpicked artworks are stunning and I am sure they’ll offer plenty of inspiration. As you’ll notice, most of the artworks are advertising related, but you’ll find some neat non-commercial experiments as well .). Enjoy!
Plus House by CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE on thisispaper.com
Plus House is a pre-fab two-storey house with the generic proportions of a traditional Swedish barn house. Instead of windows positioned like regular “holes” along the walls, entire sides are glazed…
Inspired by “Lord of the Rings” the Polish graphic designer Jakub Polomski started photographing the Austrian and Swiss Alps. He made these enchanting black and white photos of the mountains against a dark clouded sky.
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO PRINT BY @NEEDLEDESIGN
£25.00 (INC WORLDWIDE DELIVERY) AVAILABLE HERE: http://needledesign.bigcartel.com/product/the-girl-with-the-dragon-tattoo
A Print inspired by David Finchers remake/adaptation of Steig Larsson’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. starring Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara and Christopher Plummer.
Size: 420mm x 297mm
Hi-Gloss giclee 250gsm print.
worldwide Postage and packaging included in price
(this is unofficial fan artwork)
Enjoy this cool #230 Wednesday daily inspirations for all DYT readers :) with great photos and artworks.
Interesting snowy Norway photography showcase.
A Beluga whale perches its chin on the edge of a holding tank at the Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium located in Yokohama, Tokyo. The orange on top of the whale’s head symbolizes an offering of a rice cake (mochi) during a New Year’s aquatic performance at the aquarium. In Japan, rice cakes are traditionally eaten on the first day of the new year. via Hungeree.
“the program asked for a master suite, one guest room, a study for two, a more contained den and an informal open living space they could share with their children and grand children. The site strategy was to separate the guesthouse, pool and pool house from the main house, by locating them amongst the oaks on a lower terrace.”
Today we’re starting the show with several cool photos. Check NatGeo penguins, Andy Mahr‘s brilliant landscape shot as well as a beautiful lady washing dishes in 50′s calling. From today’s illustrations my pick would be the robber by Michal Dziekan and Seagus by Lucas Leibholz …that one is kinda cute :). Next I would like to recommend The public image by Wes Nijssen which you’ll find between typography artworks. I am sure you’re busy so I won’t slow you down too much with this intro … the last recommendation is from our freebie section. Get brilliant “precious” Photoshop type styles by Graphic River. Worth it. Enjoy!
Do you recall those print ads at bus stops, in magazines, and Internet? Some are quite moving thus making us interested to actually pause and see what and why something is being advertised. Those beautiful Photoshoped images are created by advertising agencies for well known brands. Commercial advertising is a thriving economical phenomenon that will only keep growing. It’s simple really; How will a potential consumer buy your product if he or she does not even know it exists.
- Agency: Venables,Bell and Partner, San-Francisco
- Cleint: Coca-Cola Company
FORTUNE Magazine, New-York
- Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, New-York
- Client: DUPONT
- Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, New-York
- Client: American Express