UK base amazingly talented photographer Kirsty Mitchell seems to have taken the magic of colour, nature, and space and combined them to create pure magic. Her work has been seen around the globe and for good reason: her composition and creativity push the boundaries at what one can create with a camera. Today we want to show you some works from her series “Wonderland”.
Today we want to show creative chair that has been awarded a Good Design Award, an annual award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design. bOne Chair created by the Swiss architecture, interior architecture and design firm JDF Raum und Kunst.
Jil Sander Spring / Summer 2012 campaign takes us back to old crime films from 1920s. Willy Vanderperre, the photographer, did great job with light, glass and stairs. The models Strokous Daria and Natasha Poly in that mysterious atmosphere of the old strip. Criminally good work, so to speak.
Although "This commercial is not real, neither are society's standards of beauty." it looks like real and but it's only Adobe Photoshop parody, but it still shows beaty magazines in their true colours.
Ian McKellen (better known as Gandalf or Magneto) is a co-founder of the charity Stonewall Association that lobbies for gay rights. In 2007 the association developed a campaign with the slogan "Some people are gay. Get over it.".
Ian McKellen wore red t-shirt with that slogan on it. Some skilful Photoshop masters made their own print, which ran: "As Gandalf and Magneto. Get over it.".
That was guite a long time ago, but now we are featuring Harrison Ford with "I'm Han Solo, Indiana Jones and Blade Runner. I'm f**kin over it."
Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori creates three-dimensional fish paintings.
Each 3D painting consists of multiple transparent layers. Liquid resin is poured into wooden container and then painted when it becomes solid.
By repeating this process, the artist is able to create realistic fish with lifelike vitality.