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Creative Education Logo Designs Ideas

Creative Education Logo Designs Ideas

June 16th, 2016

Today we have some up the collection of Creative Education Logo Designs Ideas for your inspirations. In this article you can fine Play School, Collage logs. You can also use them but not for commercial use. For More visit …

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Cool CSS3 Text Effects

Cool CSS3 Text Effects

June 16th, 2016

Today we have gathered very creative and cool text effects that are created using CSS and CSS3. CSS have major role in web development. Websites look ugly without CSS. CSS is used for styling content in websites templates …

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Beautiful Adobe Photoshop Tutorials

Beautiful Adobe Photoshop Tutorials

June 16th, 2016

Adobe Photoshop is great tool for editing, manipulating photos. We can change background of images, remove or add objects from pictures. This is the best tool for designers and photographers. So we have gathered some Beautiful Adobe …

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Jay Long Studio – Fine Art

Jay Long was born in Houston, Texas in 1969. As an adolescent in the punk rock leftovers of the mid-eighties, Jay learned many things which would be of no use later in life, such as, how to remove a burr from a dull fit, how to detach the screen from a kitchen faucet for alternative applications, and how to hold a twelve-pack like a football instead of by the cardboard handle for a higher success rate during unfinanced liquor aquisitions. Later, armed with a G.E.D. and a number two pencil, and as an occasional respite from the high life, Jay enrolled in Austin Community College in pursuit of a degree in Art. One class short of completing the two year program, Jay relocated to Los Angeles, California to continue his “studies” at Otis Art Institute / Parsons School of Design (when it was still across the street from the lovely MacArthur Park). This led to a short and unglamorous career in film and television, creating props and painting background art. Gradual disenchantment led to a much needed hiatus in the Santa Cruz Mountains, on Monterey Bay. It was here, in a shack nestled in the redwoods, that Jay focussed on a more personal approach to his technique and visual vocabulary to serve as a foundation for a more autonomous career in Fine Art. As for life in the present, it’s pleasantly simple. When not working in the garden with his wife Nicole, searching around junk stores, or voicing the political opinions of a disillusioned malcontent, Jay can be found diligently working at his home studio in Austin, Texas.

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