This how to do an amazing retouching. Have a look at all the other Iurii Ladutko‘s projects. Below the speed art.
“I wanted to know what would the opening credits for the movie Forrest Gump look like if Wes Anderson had directed it. Here’s what I came up with.” by Louis … Continue reading
So inspiring, full of emotions, colours, and beautifull landscapes… are you ready to start the travel your life is gonna offer you in a year? “Follow me on my journey … Continue reading
Super late post about another project where Meg was involved at Nearly Normal. For this Valentine’s Day they’ve chosen to use their individual skills and expertise to create a tribute to … Continue reading
This beauty was created at Nearly Normal, where Meg is working at the moment and not only is a colourful juicy project, but it is definitely a great colourful inspiration to … Continue reading
The Beauty of Mathematics is a video that shows mathematics behind the everyday life. An equation on the left, mathematical model in the centre, and its manifestation on the … Continue reading
Marmelade Bleue is the website of Danielle Evans, an American illustrator and typographer who loves to use paper cutting, food, chalk, calligraphy, brush pens, and digital practices to achieve her solutions. … Continue reading
“When I first started Mirror City, I wanted to create a video that was completely out of the norm. I wanted to showcase something unique and artistic, which takes Timelapse … Continue reading
“One day in the air of the Prim Prim studio appeared a question – is it possible to describe the taste of the font? That is how the “Taste the … Continue reading
This is time to show off… how the best creatives in London work. For this reason Emily Forgot and Laurie D designed a paper office for W+K headquarters. On a … Continue reading
“It has been almost 3 years since I released The Unseen Sea and I’m excited and proud to share with you my latest project Adrift. Adrift is a love letter … Continue reading
Whisper and action! The Young Director Award shows us through their latest commercial that when directing is in your bones you become a director before knowing how to hold a … Continue reading
Reality could look nice with just a bit of creativity. Here is Johan Thörnqvist interpretation.
A naked dancer and a slow exposure. A masterpiece series by Shinichi Maruyama. His Shinichi‘s website is a collection of outstanding pictures, really worth a visit.
“The genesis of my Big Appetites series of fine art photographs was in a lot of the media I was exposed to as a child. There were so many films … Continue reading
This project explores the nutritional values of the diet and presents it in a contrasting way, it juxtaposes the dull and boring appearance of the food Ryan was eating by … Continue reading
Things Come Apart is an expansion of the original Disassembly Series. This new set of images explores retro to modern daily items that have, are, or will be in … Continue reading
“Everybody always thinks they are right” was displayed in the Scottish cities of Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness, Dundee, and Stirling. Commissioned by the Scottish government initiated Six Cities Design Festival, … Continue reading
The craft exhibition that show you everything about the story of Analogue Adventures. 35 pieces of paper craft along this project and it’s all about Lomography. More in the following presentation! … Continue reading