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Creative Manipulation by Anil Saxena

Painting the Road by Anil Saxena



  Anil Saxena started out doing conventional darkroom photo composition and retouching before moving these skills over to creator and then photoshop. Having moved to Mumbai to work as an illustrator he became interested in retouching as a way to utilize his eye for creating striking imagery. Drawing from his technical background in graphic design, CGI and his trained creative eye, Anil enjoys developing stunning imagery. He believes color grading is paramount. For him real work begins, when the rest of the people might think that the image is just perfect! In his own words:

If the image is a success but my work goes unnoticed, I'm doing my job well."


Mona Lisa by Anil Saxena

Tree Lift by Anil Saxena

Woman Sleeping by Anil Saxena

Giraffe by Anil Saxena


 

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Nanisk a Mixed Media Artist



  Nanisk is a columbian visual artist based in the U.S. who is 23 years old.  Her work is a combination of sequences of real and imaginary images - of the world within and outside herself.  Her process is simple: to get lost in patterns. 

  Nanisk likes to depict the female figure, memories, and enjoys working with organic materials, such as coffee, pressed flowers, and clay. She is loyal to all mediums in art, whether it is sculpture, photography, digital art, or drawing. She often finds herself using all, and as you may notice, most of her pieces are mixed media or collage for this reason.

  The following images are from her work-in-process series: Phantasmagoria and Eden. Phantasmagoria is a mythology of female expressions (4 images). Eden is a narrative of ironical woe based on the theme of futile love (3 images).



 
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Mixing Reality and Dreams

Forever Amy by Sergio del Toro



  Sergio del Toro is an illustrator and graphic designer. From Gran Canaria where he began his academic training in order to later move to Madrid where he studied the Advanced Studies in Graphic Design at the School of Art Número Diez.

  Curious and a dreamer, creates an imaginary planet to give life to their characters and designs, mixing reality and illusion trying to capture the essence of the reflected, where sometimes not everything is expressed in words.
 

  Vector illustration, traditional techniques and sometimes mixing both are the characteristics of his work which are constantly evolving.


Whale by Sergio del Toro

The White Rabbit by Sergio del Toro

The Rain by Sergio del Toro

One Cell Over the Clouds by Sergio del Toro

Lighthouse by Sergio del Toro

It was 6 O'clock and you still talked to me by Sergio del Toro

 Heartbreak Recipesby Sergio del Toro

It's time to change by Sergio del Toro

Autumn Illustration by Sergio del Toro

Maleficent by Sergio del Toro


 

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Jonathan Rudolph - The Graphic Illusionist

Jonathan Rudolph graphic designs

Jonathan Rudolph


He is a graphic artist who specialises in logo design and brand identity. He believes that no matter what, we cannot escape design, it is all around us, almost everything within your reach went through a design process to become what it is, your TV, your coffee mug, your clothes… He could go on, amazing isn't it? we live in a world of design, and we don't even realise it.

 

He uses his passion for design to inspire those around him, he wants them to dare and dream rather than keeping their mind mundane. He also believes in working hard for your passion and bringing it to life. He is a big movie buff, an animal lover, U2 is his favourite band and I freaking love the outdoors!

 

Jonathan Rudolph graphic designs

Jonathan Rudolph


Jonathan Rudolph graphic designs

Jonathan Rudolph


Jonathan Rudolph graphic designs

Jonathan Rudolph


Jonathan Rudolph graphic designs

Jonathan Rudolph


Jonathan Rudolph graphic designs

Jonathan Rudolph


Jonathan Rudolph

Jonathan Rudolph


Jonathan Rudolph

Jonathan Rudolph


 

 
 
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Jakob Wagner, Landscape Photos

 

Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner was born in 1985 in Herdecke, Germany. In summer 2008, he successfully completed his three-year apprenticeship as a photographer.  Since then, he has been living in Duesseldorf, where he's mainly been working as a freelance photographer, image editor and photo assistant. His work has taken him to many different countries around the world. When Jakob isn't working in a project for his clients, he devotes much of his time and passion to his personal photographic projects, which have been featured already in many art magazines, books and blogs worldwide. His photographs are available in signed and limited editions.
 
Some of his distinguished clients are: Emirates, Audi, Siemens, INQ Mobile, Stern, Jung von Matt, Scholz & Friends, Victorinox, L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui, Jim Beam, Imille, Wired magazine, Occhio, Jetgala, Open Skies...

 

Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


A: What inspired you to become a photographer? And then further into experimenting in long exposure photography? 
JW: My interest in creative expression started early. At 12 I started to draw and a year later I discovered graffiti, I started with nightly, illegal letterings in urban areas and improved my graffiti skills to large scale commissions. I bought a camera for my work, so my friends could also see my graffitis. I quickly realized the great potential in photography, and I started to use it as an independent artistic medium. When I was 16, I began to realize that I wanted to become a photographer. During a long period of time experimenting and playing around with photography, I found that with long exposure photographs at night, things you couldn't normally see with the naked eye, could be visualized. That fascinated me and I started my "Nightscapes" series.
 
A: What and who influenced your work?
JW: Foreign cultures and faraway countries always have new and exciting things, and that's why travelling is a great source of inspiration. Music, exhibitions and the work of other creative traditions also influence my work, but that happens on a subconscious level.
 
A: How would you describe your style?
JW: I love all those impressive land and cityscapes; furthermore, I like heavy contrasts and cold colours. You will most likely find these characteristics in my photographs, but I’m not trying to push my work in just one direction. I’m getting inspiration from the surroundings, and trying to let my pictures happen. I think style should be an enduring process of change and in the course of time it will develop by itself. I always try to be completely open-minded.
 
A: What advice would you give to others wanting to get into the photography industry?
JW: Go into teaching first, as you will learn a lot about how the business is run and what skills you’ll need beyond photography. In addition, always try doing your own thing and not be heavily influenced by others. The great thing about being a photographer is the chance to turn your hobby into a career. However, this also means that you’ll hardly have free time. As a photographer at the beginning of your career you have to do it all by yourself. This includes accounting, customer acquisition, web presence and self-promotion. Being a photographer is a true full-time job that never really allows you to rest.

 

Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


Jakob Wagner landscape photographer

Jakob Wagner


 

 
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"Naranjo—Etxeberria" young Design studio

Naranjo—Etxeberria is a Madrid based independent design studio formed by Miguel Naranjo & Diego Etxeberria.

 

Vincent Moon de Gira

The french film director Vincent Moon came on tour to Madrid and Barcelona to present his short films Les Petit Planètes.

For making this poster we collected all the places Vincent had travelled to film Les Petit Planètes and mark them in a map. So it had created a virtual line between all the points simulating musical waves. 

 

Vicent Moon de Gira


 

Cookbook Magazine 01—Ricardo Cavolo, Cookbook is a new “slow cooked” well designed magazine created by Miguel Naranjo where an artist chooses, in each issue, the content of the sections (books, movies, music, clothes, influential people or places) or the typafece used, ingredients that help to define his work. The protagonist of the first number is the illustrator Ricardo Cavolo.

Bronze in the category of editorial design in the Laus Award 2013.
 

 

 

 

Cook book Magazine


 

Loreak MendianPictures of Jorge Malcorra´s visual artist  work for Loreak Mendian shops. 
 

Naranjo-etxeberria


 

 
 
 
 
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Fresh Sculpture by Borja Barrajón Acedo

Borja Barrajon escultura
Borja Barrajón Acedo

 
Borja Barrajón Acedo, started his education as a sculptor in 2006 in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, he has been awarded with several prizes on his career. Furthermore that his selection and participation in several simposiums and collective exhibitions.
 
The last exhibition in the faire of contemporany art FLECHA has showed the interest from the audience for the quality and atractive of his artistic proposal.
 
The artist has commented for us his main work ideas: “Always the sculpture has been the way through that during the whole of my career, has permitted me searching new concepts, where I could show more confortably my ideas as an artist. I consider the stone the material be able to allow me to perform reflexions during the whole of development of the work., her hardness, her rhythm and to consider the emptiness like a part of the sculpture, all of this give me feelings about the order that the matter must take in the space".
 
Borja Barrajon escultura
Borja Barrajón Acedo

Borja Barrajon escultura
Borja Barrajón Acedo

Borja Barrajón Acedo escultura

Borja Barrajón Acedo


Borja Barrajón Acedo escultura

Borja Barrajón Acedo


Borja Barrajón Acedo escultura
Borja Barrajón Acedo

Borja Barrajón Acedo escultura
Borja Barrajón Acedo

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Incredible works of young illustrator

 

María Emege


She is an illustrator, designer and concept artist born in Madrid, graduated with honors in Fine Arts at the Complutense University. 
Among other jobs, she worked as designer in Vilnius and Unusual Gaumina-Wonder-Madrid, as comic book artist for MangaMagazine.net, and lately as concept artist for Young Justice Legacy-Warner/DC. Nowadays she works as a freelance illustrator. 
She tries to use Both digital and traditional style, With watercolors, ink and Photoshop. 
She is very curious, open minded, She love to meet people and to travel. Also She is addicted to comics, art, videogames, cinema, fashion, good music ... you know, she can not stop discovering stuff and living intensely.

María Emege


María Emege


María Emege


María Emege


María Emege


 

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Komm Collective, a Nordic Design Studio

Komm Collective


 
Komm is an international collective by Katerina Kachavina (Russia), Sofia Apunnikova (Estonia) and Sandra Kossorotova (Estonia). Three women who are expanding standard possibilities of graphic design and merging Russian and Estonian cultures.  This group was founded in 2012 and is based in Taiga space in St. Petersburg, where the designers take part in forming cultural status of the working environment.  Komm works on a range of disciplines including art direction, design and illustrations. 
 

Komm Collective


Komm Collective


Komm Collective


Komm Collective


Komm Collective


 
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About Archidesart

Archidesart is a group formed by young architects and artists who have observed the great difficulties that the majority of the new and young artists, architects and designers have when getting to publish their own works and projects in global publications.

 

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