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Portrait Photo Manipulations by Grigore Andreea Bianca

Portrait Photo Manipulations by Grigore Andreea Bianca

September 1st, 2014

Set of quality female portrait photo manipulations and digital artworks by Grigore Andreea Bianca. Visit Grigore Andreea Bianca

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“EV NY: 30 yrs and now” – Then and Now Photos From NYC’s East Village in 1984 to the Present Day

September 1st, 2014

Photographer Daniel Root documented the East Village of New York City in 1984. Today, he revisits the locations and documents their current state. 307 East 8th Street. Cinderblock entrance. 141 Avenue A. Pharmacy Restaurant …

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Revenge

September 1st, 2014

Revenge Portrait – Watercolor, color pencil and graphite on paper (30×40 cm) www.timecore.org/revenge

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20 WordPress Themes for Editorial News Blogs

20 WordPress Themes for Editorial News Blogs

September 1st, 2014

WordPress themes for editorial news blogs we have expertly handpicked each and every theme featuring in today’s collection. Scroll through the entire collection and try the themes you like best and which suit your purposes …

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20 Finest Resources for Web Designers

20 Finest Resources for Web Designers

August 31st, 2014

Go through the entire collection to get your hands on so many excellent resources. Some resources can be for online help but each and every resource is of great importance as all of them are very efficient and friendly-to-use.

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A big facebook “I like” in Naples

The beautiful installation “I like Naples” designed by the italian artist and designer IABO, for the open-air exhibition Luminaria 03 curated by Simona Perchiazzi, consists in a PVC light panel (200x270x15cm) depicting the famous icon “I like” used by Facebook, one of the most popular social networks. The work “I Like Naples” was installed on the front of San Giacomo Palace (City Hall – Naples, Italy). IABO plays with an immaterial sign carrying it from virtual to the real world.
The strength of this action is to be found in the transition of the insubstantial symbol “I like”, composed of pixels, from the Internet artificial world to the physical existence.

I like it, and you?

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