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LUPSCOWS Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook

April 18th, 2014

New Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook by Kiel/Germany-based Fashionlabel LUPSCOWS. New Styles, new Designs on T-Shirts, Hoodies, a College-Jacket, some brandnew T-Shirts and all that jazz. Read more

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Blanc Et Noir by Caesar Lima

April 17th, 2014

Portraits done in black and white brings an additional layer of complexity to their subject. The absence of color can give photographs ranging from those with a wide flowing spectrum of soft grey tones to those with dramatic …

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Foodtypography

April 17th, 2014

This is a rather interesting mix of things, mix the art of typography and food, it gives a surprising result. Foodtypography.com is a pretty Tumblr that lists everything related to food typography. It is a real pleasure for …

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Shepard Fairey / OBEY – 50 Shades Of Black at Subliminal Projects

April 17th, 2014

“Music has taught me a great deal about connecting with a broad audience. Music is universal. I’ve had some very moving encounters with art in my life, especially in the street, but almost nothing can compare to the …

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Creative Illustrations by Atilla Galip Pinar

Creative Illustrations by Atilla Galip Pinar

April 17th, 2014

Dose of spectacular illustrations by Turkey-based Atilla Galip Pinar. Visit Atilla Galip Pinar

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Stamp design for hungarian folk tales by Boglárka Nádi

I chose the designing of a stamp line for the topic of my thesis, because I felt I could make use of my knowledge and experience acquired during my studies in a field where I haven’t spread my wings yet. I found it very exciting to delve into the specifics, traditions and the more than one-and-half-century-long-history of this genre. In order to create something original and novel, I had to take into account all the stamps that have been issued throughout the world. The world of the tale sare close to my heart and I noticed that there were some stamps made with this kind of theme, however there was no series made with an emphasis on just the Hungarian folktales. This good news made me quite happy, because I wouldn’t have considered making a self-serving work and I hoped I could pleasure a wide range of audience. I may be an optimist, but I think there are only a few people who are not delighted by these wonderful stories.



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