American photographer Phil Borges more than thirty years traveling the world and removes small nations – such as Tibetans. “Jigme and Sonam – sisters from a family of nomads, who had just come down from the Himalayas in their winter camp, located on the Tibetan plateau at an altitude of 5,000 m above sea level. When I showed her picture on the Jigme polaroid picture, she screamed and ran into the tent. I realized that she first saw herself on the side because of her family, no mirrors. “
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 2012 w/ Kate Upton, Irina Shayk, Nina Agdal, Kirby Griffin + more
Covergirl Kate Upton was photographed by Walter Iooss Jr. in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Take look at some of the models and – of course – at the beautiful swimsuits from the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 2012
Let’s begin with something light today. What about a cute pet photo? I like that doggy in My Quirks by Julie Clegg. A model .. or box protector? :) There are exceptional illustrations presented right below. There is a breathtaking Rolling in the Deep by PixieCold – you have to admit, this illustration is quite hot. The one beneath called Loh by Viktoria Gavrilenko is surely worth checking out as well. Seems part of today’s art / digital art section is dedicated to famous singers. The Amy Winehouse – Back To Black by Denise Esposito is amazing as well as the artwork featuring Kanye called surprisingly Kanye West in Color by Sam Spratt. I do not mention typography too often, but the last artwork I Blame Rush by Chris Piascik kind of cought my attention. I guess it’s the colors :). Speaking typography … when you guys need a cool retro / groovy font … get Kabel at the bottom. Enjoy the rest!
Amazing illustrations by Michal Dziekan. Enjoy!
Jonathan imbues his subjects with humour and poignancy. His instinctual ability to take a concept and tell a fascinating visual story is both innovative and compelling. Jonathan’s great love is the quirky, creative, concept-driven advertising that comes out of true collaboration with art.
Before we jump in this roundup, we would like to let you know a little bit about the creator. Adam Benton is an award-winning illustrator based in the UK, producing high quality digital images using both 2D and 3D tools. He has a broad range of international clients in advertising, corporate media, education, editorial, film and TV.
Adam is also a regular contributor to a number of magazines aimed at helping budding artists and illustrators master their own skills in the exciting world of digital art, for whom he generates original imagery, and attempts to dissect the processes and tools needed to help others get there.
Adam’s interests and skills have also wandered into the realms of animation and film, with recent and diverse CGI contributions to a couple of independent sci-fi film productions that sent waves across the world for their shear scale and creative achievement, one of which bagged two major accolades including a prestigious award from George Lucas himself.
1. Apple iDesk Concept
Imagine if this was a reality. By using technology like, Microsoft’s Surface technology, Apple will create an interactive table concept that would unite hardware and software like magic. The entire desk would be a touch-sensitive display capable of running several simultaneous apps, such as a calendar, phone, and digital Post-It notes.
What’s that, you need to switch to the crop tool in Photoshop? Just quickly press the toolbar located on the flat surface. Potentially the desk would have a Mac built-in, and all you would need is a monitor. With seamless integration, you would be able to transfer files quickly by placing your iPhone, iPod, or iPad on the table.
Unique applications could be downloaded to enhance the user experience. Having an active background/wallpaper could be a nice distraction to have. Oh, and don’t forget the instant pop-up tweets, Facebook updates, and Youtube videos. Who knows, maybe this gorgeous aluminum gorilla glass beauty is in the works. Overall the idea is very pleasing, but the potential pricing might not be.
2. Apple Tribook
From a first glace it will not take a genius to figure out how this works. The two outer screens would essentially fold out and serve as the beneficiary space. In theory the main screen will be used to work, while the two side panels would display productivity/leisure apps.
When the triBook’s lid is closed, the two side screens tuck in neatly, sandwiched between the main display and the keyboard/touchpad. Portability is achieved and would fit into any ordinary backpack. Then once you are ready to kill some bugs, an ultra wide landscape display of 21 diagonal inches is there to serve you.
This concept is very attractive. Our only concern is the battery life. With all the screens eating it constantly this baby needs lots of juice.
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