Category: Photography

March 27, 2017

Bringing your photos to life

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Illustrator Charly Clements a.k.a @reallifelines is bringing your photos to life is the cutest way possible! We just love the quirky drawings integrated with the stunning photos.

Want to collab? Email her at hello@reallifelines.com or sign up to her weekly newsletter bit.ly/2eFFHrz

Check out a few of our favourite images below

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March 20, 2017

Softness

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Pablo Alfieri is the creative mind behind Playful. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started the career of Graphic Design to become an Art & Motion Director, after 4 years of hard work in amazing studios.
In 2010 he founded with Mariano Farias one of the best Motion Studios from Argentina: Plenty. After more than 60 projects and worked for lovely clients in the Tv Branding Market he left the studio after gained the experience and knowledge to become a Live Action & Stop Motion Director where he mixes all his passions: Art Direction, Set Design and Typography.
Recently he worked for lovely brands such as Perrier, Hatsu, Sony Entertainment Television, D’aucy & the Bundesliga

 

We just love his playful take on Sponges. View a selection of the images below and check out the full project here

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March 6, 2017

I saw the sign (But I nearly missed it)

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Look close, or you’ll miss it. Camouflaged like legitimate street signs in public spaces,  you’ll find these fun urban interventions in and around Sydney. Created by artist Michael Pederson (aka Miguel Marquez Outside) these mini signs are bound to grab your attention. A park solitude rating guide, oversized emergency panic buttons, or personal space preference cards, all completely ludicrous and yet it’s hard not to think these might be useful in certain situations.

 

Scroll down for a selection of the signs or you can see more of Pederson’s work on Instagram.

 

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February 20, 2017

A view of the Top

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AirPano is a not-for-profit project created by a team of Russian photo enthusiasts focused on taking high-resolution aerial panoramic photographs. Being the largest resource for 360° aerial panoramas in the world – by geographical coverage, number of aerial photographs, and artistic and technical quality of the images, AirPano has already photographed over two hundred most interesting locations on our planet, including North Pole, Antarctica, Mariana Trench, and even the Earth’s view from the stratosphere. The team consists of 12 members, nine photographers and three tech specialists, who use planes, helicopters and drones to shoot from high above. The company started back in 2006.

 

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February 15, 2017

Dark Matter


Alberto Seveso explores fluids, forms, liquids, inks and metals to produce mesmerizing photographic series, below is one entitled Dark Matter.

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January 31, 2017

Katie & Joe.

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Katie and Joe are a husband and wife photography team who have mastered minimalism. Their photographs are filled with a generous honesty. The couple are currently based in Portland, Oregon. Their work can be found in magazines such as Liner, Atlas, Material Girl, Zeum, and Cake.

We love the striking gazes, the subtleties and the muted tones they are able to capture with their lenses. Check out this beautiful couple’s work at www.katieandjoe.co


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January 26, 2017

P H A N T A S M A

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Carla de la Matta from New York City and Loïc Remy from Paris, have joined efforts in an ongoing collaboration that transcends borders and connects  “the city that doesn’t sleep” and “the city of light”. Together, they have created a series they titled “Phantasma”. Their unusual creative ideas and photographic visions gave birth to an original project that bridges two continents and defies photographic norms. “Phantasma” is a series of photographs that combines images of New York and Paris. Both cities share many similarities and are unique at the same time, but this is not about getting a result with speech photos or sense, it is more about forms and feelings.
This series meets through the Atlantic Ocean, where Paris has always existed in her mind as New York has existed in his. A vision very close to a fantasy or a “fantasma”, which in Spanish means GHOST.

The Louvre & WTC NYC
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

The Louvre Museum & Washington Square Arch
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

WTC NYC & Montparnasse Paris
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

Eiffel Tower & Manhattan Bridge
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

Pacific Tower by Kurokawa – La Défense & Trump International Hotel and Tower – NY
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

Paris Left & NYC Right
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

NYC Left & Paris Right
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

The Granite Tower – La Défense, Paris & WTC NYC
“Phantasma”
© Carla DLM & © Loïc Remy

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January 23, 2017

Nice Tips: Valuable skills every designer should learn

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The new year is a great time to step up your design skills.  There so many tools and skills that you need to master, and missing out on any of them would also mean missing out on a lot of huge opportunities.

So if you’re ready to take your career in design a step further, grab your clipboard and start making a checklist containing these essential skills that you should learn:

  1. HTML and CSS
  2. Typography
  3. Colour Theory
  4. Print Design
  5. Photography
  6. Design Software
  7. Networking
  8. Marketing and Social Media
  9. Copywriting
  10. Creativity

Check out the full list here

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January 12, 2017

la línea roja’

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‘la línea roja’ — a visual study of geometry and form in dialogue with nature. 

Nicolas Rivals, a photographer based in Paris, installed luminous, neon-hued squares, triangles and intersecting lines across scenic landscapes in Spain. He’s described this particular installation as “a red line woven over a journey through Spain, to connect Man with nature. A red line to fix a moment of poetry, the time of a night. Unreal scenes that nevertheless existed to better disappear in the morning. An installation deposited as a proposition to the natural world. A luminous harmony between will and chance. Between homage and sacrilege. Between the beautiful and the strange. An aesthetic research around forms dialoguing with a nature indifferent to symmetry.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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December 5, 2016

Matt Adam’s Stunning Photography

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Matt Adam’s photographs are striking works of art. These photos explore beauty in raw forms and his signature aesthetic hides a sexual undertone. The photos carrying a sense of  nostalgia for the ’60s while all of his photographs capture a sense of freedom and power that mesmerises the viewer.

“Even if I’ve spent a year planning the perfect shot, the knowledge that one click of a button can bring my vision to life is what excites me most about the medium. While documenting graffiti trips with friends, I learned how to use disposable cameras and Polaroid cameras, so when I bought my camera, I was already used to getting the image that I wanted in a few shots without hesitating. But digital makes it so there’s no limit to my art –It follows me everywhere I go. The same can be said for capturing video and working with film. It’s about capturing real moments and understanding that what I think is pretty is different than what other people think is pretty. If I can inspire you to see the beauty in my moment, and show people for who they really are, then I’ve done my job,” Adams explains about his work.

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