This is the World’s Biggest Motorsport Festival. A mixture of past, present and the future. Enjoy my photo review of the festival.
This truck photography showcase is nothing but the hymn to power and manly design. Whether it is a cargo truck, moving tons of goods from one place to another, or a fire truck, called to suppress the fire, or an off-road vehicle, helping its owner to satisfy his appetite of an explorer, – trucks are always at the places we want or need them to be. Like a tireless titans, they help us daily – gratuitously and faithfully, to the very last move of the crankshaft and to the last spark in the cylinder. But before the moment of retirement, be assured, trucks will show their nature, temper, and particular charisma in full…
Today’s showcase of ship photography at Cruzine is a tribute to sea ships in all the variety of their forms, sizes, purposes, and, of course, to all those people who design, build, and steer the ships. On the other hand, ship photography is the evidence of the true talent and skills of the photographers, who made such stunning pictures. Thanks to the particular angles chosen, appropriate focus and exposure set, ship photographs illustrate perfectly the entire kaleidoscope of marine environment with the ships forming the integral component of the scenery.
Amazing vintage Ford cars brochure. Enjoy :)
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He was an old man who fished alone in a skiff in the Gulf Stream and he had gone eighty-four days now without taking a fish. In the first forty days a boy had been with him. But after forty days without a fish the boy’s parents had told him that the old man was now definitely and finally salao, which is the worst form of unlucky and the boy had gone at their orders in another boat which caught three good fish the first week. It made the boy sad to see the old man come in each day with his skiff empty and he always went down to help him carry either the coiled lines or the gaff and harpoon and the sail that was furled around the mast. The sail was patched with flour sacks and, furled; it looked like the flag of permanent defeat…. As always you can find high resolution photos on my website:
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While sport cars are all about speed, and classic vehicles are all about beauty, motorcycles seem to combine both qualities – unrestrained speed and particular beauty of a machine. Have a look at the collection of motorcycles photos, we have prepared for you today. Aren’t they beautiful? By the way, motorcycles have always been different from all the other means of transportation. There is a particular charm and style in them, so attractive for people. Often motorcycles are used as part of a personal image – that is why there are so many custom built motorcycles out there, each demonstrating unique features, which are capable of characterizing the owner himself.
Today at urbanistas, we remind you of this jump! For us (me) that ain’t that fond of heights, comparing Felix’s (RedBull Stratos) to Kittinger’s jump in 1960 is like comparing the first flight across the Atlantic from Sacadura Cabral and Gago Coutinho to a modern transatlantic flight on-board a A330.
Speed and unique car photography showcase. Enjoy ;)
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Gate.11 designed and produced the press conference and exhibition motion graphics for Brilliance Auto at the “Auto China” in Beijing, the most important motor show in China.
Art Direction, Animation, on-site AE artist: Jan Schönwiesner
Team: Daniel Stacherdinger, George Maihoefer, Bitta Börger
Music: Andreas List
Amazing floating island boat. Enjoy!
Can a girl go weak at the knees over a caravan? Oh please! This ain’t no caravan. She’s a sleek and shiny 70s era Airstream. This baby was lovingly restored by Santa Barbara architect Matthew Hofmann. She’s small, efficient, renovated with recycled and sustainable materials and is the live + work space for Matthew and his girlfriend. But most importantly she is sexy! Alas she wasn’t always this hot. More like hot mess as you will see after the jump.