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15 Amazing Uses of Shadows in Advertising

In ADVERTISING by Adrian MartinezLeave a Comment

Shadow photography is an extremely engaging art form. It can highlight emotions, create surreal images, and be used in a variety of ways. In my opinion, shadows are the most powerful and moving when used in black and white photography. Considering this art form can easily pull at your emotions or evoke ideas, it’s no surprise that advertisers are using it to sell product. There’s …

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Now This Is How You Use A GoPro

In GOPRO by Adrian MartinezLeave a Comment

I came across this GoPro short film while doing some research for a new project. This 4.5 minute video has everything you could ever want from an action movie including fighter jets and even teleportation. It’s unbelievable the stunts that took place in making this and the reality of the situation. Everything in this film was shot POV style with a GoPro …

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Miniature Food Jewelry Good Enough to Eat by Candice Ware

In SCULPTURES by Adrian Martinez1 Comment

Miniature food jewelry called Candiware is the creation of Toronto based artist, Candice Ware. It all started for Candice as a child when she developed a love for small toys such as Polly Pockets, so miniature food jewelry just happened to fit her style perfectly! She started making this miniature food jewelry as a hobby for herself but once she realized that others …

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This Looked Like a Regular Portrait Until I Looked a Little Deeper

In PEOPLE, SCULPTURES by Adrian Martinez2 Comments

Charis Tsevis is visual designer based in Athens, Greece. He studied design and advertising in Milan and Athens and he now teaches Typography and Editorial Design at AKTO College. He specializes in mosaic style art and has an eye for patterns. He serves global clients including Toyota, IKEA, Best Buys, TIME, Fortune, WIRED, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal and many …

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Mr. Lemonade (Gabo Galicia) Releases PJ Style Collection on NeonMob

In ILLUSTRATIONS by Christopher Appelgren1 Comment

NeonMob is art collecting turned upside down – a groundbreaking website focused on digital collectibles, art, and other creative content.  Instead of static, offline products, NeonMob offers an interactive, digital experience, that eschews the high-cost, single payer model in favor of a low-cost, many-payer model that’s also the most compelling and fun way to collect beautiful art. NeonMob’s latest collection is from Gabo Galicia – also known as Mr. Lemonade – …

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Colorful Creations by Tim Tadder

In PEOPLE by Adrian Martinez1 Comment

Tim Tadder is best known for his colorful portraits and his high action intense sports imagery. Tim has a long history and has had the opportunity to be part of creating award winning campaigns (Communications Arts Photo Annuals, Graphis Golds, Kelly Awards, Archive Showcases, Addy’s etc) for global brands like, Adidas, Budwieser, McDonalds, Under Armour, Coca Cola, Pepsi, Gatorade, Powerade, Sears, Craftsman, …

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The History of Advertising [Infographic]

In INFOGRAPHICS by Andre Benson1 Comment

Ever wonder the origins of modern advertising? This is a fantastic overview of the history of advertising – fully detailed and broken down for all of you advertising buffs. For a true marketer this is a must, you can’t really push forward until you know the full story. This infographic throws us back all the way to 2000BC where Egyptians invented outdoor advertising by …

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Shaolin Monks Training: 18 of The Most Incredible Images You’ll Ever See

In PEOPLE by Adrian Martinez1 Comment

Training is a regular day-to-day activity for Shaolin Monks . They have a reputation for being strong quick and cunning. They believe that what their bodies can endure is symbolic of the strength of their souls and minds. Shaolin Kung Fu, is believed to be the oldest institutionalized style of kung fu and is one of the most famous martial arts. Shaolin kung fu originated and …

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Beluga Whale Blowing Bubble Rings Under Water

In ANIMALS by Sam Parker1 Comment

Ever wonder what it actually looks like when a Beluga Whale blows bubble rings? It’s a common little thing that they do and it couldn’t be more amazing! This Beluga Whale was caught in the act. He lives in Japan and is one of three living in Shimane Aquarium. Their playfulness makes them popular with visitors and they are among the biggest attractions. …