Creative photography by Dimas Apriano, professional photographer, based in Jakarta, DKI Jakarta.
Alicja Rodzik is a Polish photographer living in Aberdeen, Scotland. Her passion is photography and computer graphics.
More pics at My Modern Metropolis.
This is the second ad in the ANZ Fraud squad series.
Credits: Paul Riley head of retail product marketing; Melissa Hendrickson
senior manager marketing deposits; Kirsty Tucker senior
manager marketing credit cards; ECD Grant Rutherford; CD Jim
McKeown; creative team Andre Hull and Lee Sunter; business management
Tess Doughty and Kristian Hunt; director Paul Middleditch;
production house The Editors; media agency Mitchells
Amazing animals photography by Chuck Babbitt, professional and talented photographer, based in Hawaii.
Beautiful and glamour portraits by Andreea Retinschi, professional female photographer, based in Bucharest, Rumania.
111VOX was one of the first stores in Scandinavia to sell Puma McQueen online, and they have carried a wide range of shoes and clothing from Alexander McQueen ever since. The tragic news of his unfortunante death saddens us deeply, and it is with grief in our hearts that we say farewell to this amazingly talented designer.
For those of you who loved his design as much as we did, we are giving away one exclusive pair of Puma McQueen shoes of choice to the Polkadot reader who can best describe why this pair of shoes would make a difference in his/her life. Just send your few words to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more…
Kevin Van Aelst was born in Elmira, New York and did most of his growing up in central Pennsylvania.
Downloaded it on Zéfulon
My first piece of work using floppy disks as a canvas was an image of a fingerprint. To me, this connected the data world with the human physical form using the theme of identity, albeit in an obvious way. After that I looked at using the disks in a grid to create photo-fits, constructing imaginary faces and identities that could draw connections to the personal information stored on the disks. By chance I found that the metal circular hub on the reverse side of the disk worked well as a metaphor for the human eye…
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