While creating personal portfolio designers always facing with the question , and they choose their personal way that day to day become a trend in showcasing. Among the standard way of saving the artworks as full-bleed JPG images or making dull screen shots of a websites with a reflection effects, you can go to the realistic manners of showcasing calling to the tactile sense, not only to the visual. has grouped common ways of showcasing that could be easily translated as the next trends.
Pangolin’s Teatime, draw on various forms of puppetry from shadow to Bunraku to create new stories for modern audiences. Jeremy Bidgood makes them all himself. A bit weird, a bit scary, but pretty magical.
French photographer Bettina Rheims’s sexiest book ever: daring portraits of a gorgeous woman commissioned by her millionaire husband First published in a limited edition, this is the popular trade hardcover: now everyone can enjoy Olga!
Olga Rodionova is a renowned beauty among Moscow’s fashionable jet-set. When her husband, a powerful Russian oligarch, decided to commission her nude photo-portrait, he turned to internationally acclaimed French photographer Bettina Rheims. It was an unusual request for an artist of Rheims’s stature but, inspired by Olga’s charisma, Rheims set up a shoot in her own country house, creating a series of provocative, intimate images that transcend mere pornography. Delighted by the results, Olga’s husband proposed a book project with Olga as its subject. A second shoot followed, with sado-masochistic props and male and female partners playing sex games with Olga. A third, inspired by Marie-Antoinette, took place entirely in the studio. The result is The Book of Olga, a refreshingly bold, modern and fearless celebration of female beauty, fantasy and sensuality. With over 100 images, and an introduction by controversial French author Catherine Millet, this unique book is both a love poem, and a powerful artistic statement.
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Something so necessary and fun as snack time, can’t be missed in each house, in each park…
Merienda is a young’s design studio from Valencia that pretends to have fun and get involved into the creative world.
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