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20 Useful JavaScript Libraries for Developers and Designers

20 Useful JavaScript Libraries for Developers and Designers

July 31st, 2014

To make it easy for the developers and designers there are many JavaScript libraries available on the internet to download and use as and when they like. These save lots of time and benefit the developers by allowing them …

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“The Ballerina Project” – Portraits Of Dancers And Ballerinas In Urban Areas

July 31st, 2014

The Ballerina Project is an ongoing exploration of the elegant beauty of ballet dancers as seen through the lens of photographer Dane Shitagi. Rather than being confined to a studio, Shitagi prefers to photograph his subjects …

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“Summer Over The City” – Aerial Photographs Of New York City by George Steinmetz

July 30th, 2014

New Jersey-based photographer George Steinmetz, known for his amazing aerial photographs taken from a paraglider, recently shot a series of gorgeous aerial photographs of New York City for a photo essay by The New Yorker. …

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A Separate Reality 09 by Alex Andreyev

A Separate Reality 09 by Alex Andreyev

July 30th, 2014

Collection of beautiful digital illustrations by Alex Andreyev. Visit Alex Andreyev

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Lady Autumn Breeze by Stefka Pavlova

Lady Autumn Breeze by Stefka Pavlova

July 30th, 2014

Collection of amazing fashion portraits by Stefka Pavlova. Visit Stefka Pavlova

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Illustrations by Andrea D’Aquino

Andrea D’Aquino has always resisted labels like “art director”, “illustrator”, “graphic designer”, or “writer”, and finds herself happiest straddling the line between all those things. For several centuries, she was officially a senior art director for advertising agencies on the east and west coast of the USA. After doing time for clients like Giorgio Armani, The New York Times, and countless others, she became an independent “creative”. All the while, she gained experience in every medium from print, film and video to digital, and collaborated with world-class photographers, film directors and editors, illustrators and the occasional evil dictator.

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  1. Joshua CurtisDecember 22, 2012 at 11:00 pm

    I love this artist!

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