Icons of Speed and Style Auction

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1951 Chevrolet “La Jolla” Custom 2-Door Coupe by Harry Bradley.

Icons of Speed & Style Auction will be held in Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles at September, 26. Here are the lots!

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Behind the scenes working of Source Creative

moon Behind the scenes working of Source Creative

A place where Source Creative upload their
experiments and personal work on Flickr

Photography by Carlos Nunez

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Fashion photography by Carlos Nunez, more pics and info here.

Into1.be Update !

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Tim & Bram Vanhaeren are both graphic designers based in Kapellen, Belgium.
They have updated their site, into1, with some new work.

Photography by Jeff Olson

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Fashion photography by Jeff Olson, more pics and info here.

Olivia Malone

Photos by Olivia Malone.
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via: Picdit

Lego Ad campaign

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Simple but yet efficient LEGO ad campigns – More pics HERE
Source

Burn Energy Drink

Nickey N(ot M)ickey

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Trippy? Yes. Surreal? Yes. One in the eye for Eyesner? (sic) Maybe. Cheeky for sure.

Available here: http://www.mysoti.com/mysoti/designer/SecondAmend/product/429861

Kate Moss in French Vogue

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Rock n’ Roll baby, here is the stunning Kate Moss for a vintage issue of French Vogue – More info & pics HERE
Via Trendland

Flower Fashion

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Eco-artist Nicole Dextras has created garments that are intricately woven from real plants. I can’t imagine this dress being comfortable to wear (scratch, scratch), however, visually the garment looks good for a magazine photo shoot.

More amazing art and design at Scene 360 Illusion

Les Petites “Some Girls” by Stefania Paparella

Under Armour Ad: Fierce Speed.

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Released: July 2009
Avertiser: UNDER ARMOUR
Agency: Shilo
Country: USA
Category: Clothing & footwear
Credits:
Under Armour, Inc., the originator of performance apparel, footwear and accessories teams ups with the filmmakers from creative production company Shilo to debut the company’s latest artistic brand film, “Fierce Speed.” The creative collaboration between Shilo and Under Armour introduces the fastest generation of football cleats, the UA Fierce, through a high paced :30 spot that debuted July 13th on ESPN’s You Tube Channel.
“Fierce Speed” represents a dramatic fusion of football, space-age technology and science-fiction. The spot’s original score, courtesy of Gavin Little of Echolab, enhances the futuristic theme by weaving the familiar sounds of a football game with the supersonic frequencies of sound-waves, creating a cinematic feast for the eyes, ears, and mind.

The new project reunited Under Armour creative director, Marcus Stephens and art director Brian Boring with Shilo co-founder and creative director Andre Stringer and ACD Noah Conopask. Shilo also recruited the skills of 3D supervisor Chris Fung to produce the spot entirely in CGI, creating the unique look and science-fiction feel that surpasses the quality of live-footage. The original HD content was ultimately modeled and animated by Shilo’s artists using Maya, and After Effects was used for final compositing.

“Our goal with the film was for it to knock viewers out of their chairs when they watched it… it had to be super intense,” explained Noah Conopask. “We wanted it to feel like it was born of and infused with speed and the high paced action that is out on the field during a football game.”

“Under Armour has an amazing knowledge of their product and their consumers, and our expertise is in creating and producing engaging, cinematic stories,” said Andre Stringer. “Given the objective of telling the story of the fastest shoe on the market, we sat down together and brainstormed on how to be visually innovative. By using visual metaphors to explain speed, this new spot hits UA’s marketing objectives while also presenting a highly creative, interesting take on the whole genre of the shoe marketing spot.”

Credits for Shilo also include executive producer Tracy Chandler, producer Amy Fahl, editor Nathan Caswell, 3D animators Joji Tsuruga, Christina Ku, and Tamir Sapir, 3D modeler Youngmin Kim, VFX artist Warren Heimall, and compositors Dorian West, Joel Voelker, Will Decker, and Bashir Hamid.
via advertolog.com

Gustavo Lopez Mañas photographer and visual artist

Benedict Campbell Photography