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Pokémon Zelda Mashup Watercolor Illustrations

February 7th, 2016

Pokémon Zelda Mashup Watercolor Illustrations by David Pilatowsky. More Pokémon Zelda Mashup Watercolor Illustrations here.

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Branding / Web Design

February 4th, 2016
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Printing brought to life

February 2nd, 2016

BRINGS YOUR IDEAS TO THE SURFACE   VISUAL MERCHANDISING   View more at Norwood 

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Limited edition art prints by Noumeda Carbone

Limited edition art prints by Noumeda Carbone

January 25th, 2016

Limited edition art prints by Award Winner illustrator Noumeda Carbone. Edition of 100, signed and numbered by the artist. Please feel free to contact me if you require additional information about my available art prints …

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Star Wars Snowflakes

December 21st, 2015

Star Wars Snowflakes by Anthony Herrera. More Star Wars Snowflakes here.

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Jellyfish by Alexander Semenov

In 2007, Russian underwater photographer Alexander Semenovgraduated from Lomonosov’s Moscow State University in the department of Zoology. He specialized in the study of invertebrate animals, with an emphasis on squid brains. Soon after, he began working at the White Sea Biological Station (WSBS) as a senior laborer. After four years of working at the WSBS dive station, he became chief of the diving team. He now organizes all WSBS projects, and dives by himself, always with a camera. Of his sea life photography he writes: ‘When I first began to experiment with sea life photography I tried shooting small invertebrates for fun with my own old camera and without any professional lights or lenses. I collected the invertebrates underwater and then I shot them in the lab. After two or three months of failure after failure, I ended up with a few good pictures, which inspired me to buy a semi-professional camera complete with underwater housing and strobes. I’ve spent the following field season trying to shoot the same creatures, but this time in their environment. It was much more difficult, and I spent another two months without any significant results. But when you’re working at something every day, you inevitably get a lot of experience. Now after four years of practice I get a few good shots almost every time I dive’.

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Michael Dachstein

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