ICN gallery presents “Goldfish Salvation” by artist Riusuke Fukahori from 1 Dec 2011 – 11 Jan 2012. Fukahori’s pet goldfish became his inspiration and ever since his passion and lifelong theme. His unique style of painting uses acrylic on clear resin which is poured into containers, resulting in a three-dimensional appearance and lifelike vitality.
Conventional visible light photography is challenging enough. Why bother with infrared? Because it opens up an otherwise unseen corner of the world — one of serene beauty and never-ending surprise. Digital cameras make this peek around the red end of the visible spectrum easier than ever before.
A film inspired by the infamous Love Bug computer worm is due to premiere on Friday.
The Love Bug (AKA I love you or LoveLetter) clogged up inboxes and email servers worldwide as it spread rapidly in May 2000. The virus, which came packed in a malicious attachment with the subject line “I love you”, overwrote multimedia on infected machines before forwarding copies of itself to everyone in a user’s Windows Address Book.
Earlier this day, while i was looking on some of my favorite alternative bands, I came to realize that i was not only looking for my purpose to listen but amazed on their music videos. As Music is always been the best source of inspiration, we may find ourselves looking on a different perspective and it’s always been useful to make a break.
In this post i present to you some of inspiring music videos that could hit your interests. While many of them are well-known, some of them are funny and bizarre. But most of it are perfectly suited for the music. You’ll just have to watch it at least to decide and get the idea behind them.
Today i decided to write something sizzling hot and sexy post every guys want. Since, I am a girl, every part of our body is considered art. This post showcases some hot and sexy graphical design about Adriana Lima, one of the world’s best supermodel.
This is a video of a samurai fighting some sort of shadow spirit made out of CG crows or some effects. I’m not really sure, but eventually it takes the form of the samurai’s shadow and he has to cut the enemy’s head off. It’s basically just a choreographed dance to a video being projected, but definitely still cool to see.
Three-dimensional typography is something we’ve seen a lot of recently, and it doesn’t seem to be dying down, either. So, how is this magnificent typography produced? There are actually a handful of ways, and the correct piece of software is chosen depending on what look you want to go for. 3D editing software such as Maya or Cinema 4D is used to create rendered shapes, making your typography look like each shape is a real life object, such as the first two examples below. Adobe software, such as Photoshop and Illustrator, can also be used to create 3D typography, using various different tools and techniques.
3D Typographic design is now more popular and we can notice a surge for 3D Type work on portfolio sites. Depending on how you look at it, each piece has both a two- and three-dimensional look to it. The illustrator/designer used simple to complicated gradients to produce astonishing shadows and lightings, making every designs appear as breath-taking as possible.
Hi guys, today we’re going to share to you this award winning short film we’d just discover entitled, Forever’s Not So Long. It is written and directed by Shawn Morrison. Produced by Garrett Murray. Starring Garrett Murray and Marielena Logsdon. With Debbie Friedman and Matt Urban as The Anchor. Original music by Robert Andersen.
As someone who is inspired by taking photographs, you most likely obsess over black and white photography. There just is something fascinating about this form of photography that can really change our views on the object. Although you are taking out the colors in the photo, you still are left with so many different feelings about it. The images look simple yet extremely complex at the same time. Because there are so many things you can do with this type of shooting, there are ways in which you can elevate your skills to the next level so you get great shots every time.
This post isn’t supposed to showcase the best black-and-white-photos of world’s best photographers; please see it as a modest attempt to inspire designers for experimenting with black and white instead of using a variety of vibrant colors all the time. Hopefully, everybody will find something interesting and unusual for herself or himself.