Post war photographs retouched to modern artworks

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Photographer Jane Long created a series of photographs named "Dancing with Costica" by manipulating images of Romanian photographer Costica Ascinte (active in World War I and after). She turned the classic glass plates portraits into modern fine art, giving them a dreamy, fairytale character.






(via petapixel)



Summer times illustrations by Jean Jullien

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Jean Jullien is a French graphoc designer working in London. His practice ranges from illustration to photography, video, costumes, installations, books, posters and clothing. His illustration style is character based and his work is always well observed and often very funny. Here are some of his summer themed illustrations.









Interview with Bob Gill

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Bob Gill has been the teacher who changed my attitude towards designing. He explained design as a process rather than an end product. He has been the most inspirational teacher, one who never complemented me but was very willing to spend hours after class over my work to explain how I got everything wrong. He would swear, sweat and shout and he is the one who made me better. Here's an interview of his on design observer:

"Streamschool": Stop-motion animated adventures of growing up

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Animation director Peter Vacz takes us to the world of Streamschool (Patakiskola). A tale about the adventures of growing up narrated by a little girl and based on a Hungarian poem.

(via Sanja Maljkovic)

Gilbert Legrand: Everyday objects turned into funny characters

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Gilbert Legrad is a great artist.