Drawing on paper
If you’ve ever been in Chicago then you’ve probably seen some street art by *rejoice* When I lived in Wicker Park I use to see his work every where. As the years went by his work started to fade from my mind. Until today when I was riding my bike to work and I saw a piece of his near the Industrial Corridor, it made me smile. I’m so happy to rediscover his work. He doesn’t have an office website but you can see his work on his Flickr page.
A fantastic and insightful video into the creative director of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games Brand Identity.
CZA&D Blog A Thought
Turkey based talented visual artist Asli Yilmazturk and her photo works. Absolutely inspiring.
‘Lee creatively folded the brochure up like an iceberg, as you unfold the pages, you melt the ice and destroy the polar bears’ habitat…’
The capabilities of modern image editing programs, such as Photoshop, really amaze. Stunning visual effects and unbelievable photo manipulations – these are, perhaps, the most vivid applications of Photoshop. Cruzine magazine has always positioned itself as the source of the most up-to-date practical information and experience, related to graphics and design, and we are now offering a series of tutorials on photo manipulation. These are the best practices from the graphics design industry, which would be of interest for both professional and amateur designers.
These photo manipulation tutorials present easy-to-follow guidelines on using particular tools and instruments with the purpose of creating a particular visual effect. Graphics design gurus share their practical experience and reveal their secrets, explaining complex notions in simple words. If you have ever wanted to play with graphics and manipulate with your photos, this is the best time and place to start. Choose a particular style of photo manipulation or final visual effect from the list below and follow the instructions: you’ll get the description of the process, explanation of the tools and techniques, as well as the sequence of actions for creating a particular visual effect.
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