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Aras Darmawan ‘Flickafreak’ Showreel 2009

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SomewhereBlue
November 11th, 2009

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This is Flickafreak, well, it’s the code name for his showreel anyway. His real name is Aras Darmawan and he’s a 23 year old motion graphics designer and director from Jakarta, Indonesia.  Some of his clients include [ Continue Reading ]

Stephen Wiltshire: The Human Camera

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AE Paulino
November 11th, 2009

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A picture is worth a thousand words. In this sense, architectural artist, Stephen Wiltshire became very eloquent at age five. Although actual, orated communication would not commence until the age of nine, when teachers coaxed him to speech by temporarily removing his art supplies, inspiring Stephen to ask for their most-welcomed return. “Paper” was his first word.

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Mr. Andreas, sailboat captain

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Mari
November 11th, 2009

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Andreas Smetana has that WOW factor.  Taking the less ordinary, adding that pop, and in turn creating photographs that make you want to look away but continue staring at the same time.  It’s almost like watching a puppy on the titter of being dropped into a vat of pudding.  You know you’re staring but, should you be? [ Continue Reading ]

Cyrill Clunev

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MrMouse
November 11th, 2009

Daft Cyrill Clunev

Cyrill Clunev is a Russian artist who sees the world through a trapper keeper from 1996. That’s an obscure image, to be sure, but Clunev’s abstract works are reminiscent of the same kind of computer-generated commercial post-post-modernism you want accessorizing your homework as an 11-year-old on the go. Or maybe that was just me. [ Continue Reading ]

Andrey Nep DemoReel

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SomewhereBlue
November 10th, 2009

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Audrey Nep, short for Nepomnyaschev, has created a demo reel representing his work in broadcast design and in motion graphics design.  See the awesomeness after the continuation… [ Continue Reading ]

Gigantor comes to life (sort of)

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MrMouse
November 10th, 2009

504x big pic Gigantor comes to life (sort of)

Oh, I had to jump on this.

I’ve never heard of Gigantor, but apparently it was a Japanese cartoon from the ’60′s whose popularity brought it state-side. The series focused on the hijinks of a twelve-year-old boy who controls an enormous robot named Gigantor, despite having a human character named Dick [ Continue Reading ]

Bruno Dayan

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20somethingrlNYC
November 9th, 2009

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French fashion photographer Bruno Dayan is not your average picture taker.  His perception of Art or likewise “Fashionable Art,” reeks of such palpable sexuality that, in turn, the viewer finds themselves locked in a battle of good and evil fought between their mind and well…you get the point.  Based in Paris and represented by Serlin Associates, a photographic management group located both in Paris and London, Dayan has not only associated his name with Quality and Sensuality, but as he has established himself as a Fashion Photographer, he has had the opportunity of working with exclusive clients such as Louis Vuitton, Moschino, Yves Saint Laurent, Max Factor, and Loreal. [ Continue Reading ]

Jean Shin

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Quibbler
November 8th, 2009

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Jean Shin is an artist. Her magnificent work not only takes unusable material, transforming it into something wonderful, she has the most creative titles for her work that give a deeper meaning to the piece. [ Continue Reading ]

Fallen Princesses

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Saskeah
November 8th, 2009

rapunzel ii 567x400 Fallen PrincessesVancouver-based photographer Dina Goldstein has worked for everyone from Fashion to Flair, from Canadian Business Magazine to Bell Canada. She claims to have “international flair, capturing remarkable events and unique personalities.” If you’ve ever been a young girl, you may recognize some of the unique personalities that she’s put into perspective in her project, “Fallen Princesses.” [ Continue Reading ]