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FUTURA 2012 - EXPANSIONS Futura 2000
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  • Yulia Brodskaya’s paper-graphic
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    Days ago we published an article entitled “Supercurly Typography inspiration” (take a look if you didn’t read it yet). Following that topic, today we show you some cool works, similar to those ones, but with an original treatment. Yulia Brodskaya is from Russia, after a degree in Graphic Design she decided to try a career in London. She works as freelance illustrator and graphic designer. On her site there are a lot of very interesting works, but this one called “Papergraphic” are simply stunning! Take a look!
  • Beautiful photography from all over the world
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    In From up North's photography galleries we present the latest of our findings from the wonderful world of photography. Amazing high quality shots from great photographers all over the globe.
  • The Coffee Table Book Impossible Collection
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    Collecting art can be a hassle. There's all those events you have to go to, artists you have to talk to and, most importantly, obscene amounts of money you'll have to spend. But you can skip all that by buying The Impossible Collection, a book consisting of the world's greatest art collection.  [Read more...]
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    • Paperproducts Design Paradise Peacock Coaster Set, Set of 4: Kitchen & Dining
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    Supermodel by Marlene Dumas : , Lithograph , 1995
  • Amelie Hegardt Fashion Illustrations
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    I Love the bleeding ink and splashes of water color from Stockholm-based illustrator Amelie Hegardt. Definitely a trademark of her gorgeous fashion illustrations. Hegardt is in the same agency as my fav' fashion illustrator Laura Laine , the Swedish based agency called Darling Management. Unfortunately she does not have a website, but you can see plenty more of her work here.
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    Xl art book - Books EMILIO PUCCI Women on EMILIO PUCCI Online Store - Fall-Winter Collection Woman. Worldwide delivery.
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  • The WORLD is a book and those who do not TRAVEL read only one page.
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    Underwater Hotel in Dubai.
  • Luis Tinoco Illustrations
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    After finishing his Graphic Design school in Barcelona Luis Tinoco start as a Art Director Assistant at Ad Agency DMBB Barcelona - worked with Fernando Gutierrez, (Art Dir. of Benetton magazine), Published Children Book, Created TV Cartoon Series and now frequently work with Fashion Magazine like Glamour, Top Magazine and more... His illustrations are Fresh, Colorful and Fashionable... Love it !
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    Started in 1993 with 'Cheerful Thoughts', editors Darrell and Elisabeth Hyder have created a series of special books on subjects from love and friendship to fishing and dog names. All the books are covered with Brookfield patterned covers.
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  • New York Portrait of a City (10 photos)
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    Reuel Golden, a former executive editor of PDN, has worked with art publisher Benedikt Taschen to produce New York: Portrait of a City. Setting out to be the visual encyclopedia of all things New York, Golden's book collects hundreds of iconic images from early 1900 to present day.
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  • Amelie Hegardt Fashion Illustrations
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    I Love the bleeding ink and splashes of water color from Stockholm-based illustrator Amelie Hegardt. Definitely a trademark of her gorgeous fashion illustrations. Hegardt is in the same agency as my fav' fashion illustrator Laura Laine , the Swedish based agency called Darling Management. Unfortunately she does not have a website, but you can see plenty more of her work here.
  • Paper Crown Fall 2012 Look book
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    Paper Crown Fall 2012 Look book
  • Monsieur Qui Illustrations Street Art
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    Monsieur Qui (Mr Qui) or in English Mister Who is French illustrator / street Artist. His fashion illustrations are beautiful, as you can see in a lot of his drawings, Mr Qui likes to incorporate his hand made typography. He like to say that Streets are the best ephemeral galleries to show his fashion's illustration work; to diffuse glamour in city...
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    You can also follow me on Getty | 500 px | Deviant Art My dear contacts and visitors! I’ve read lots of comments, blog posts and forum topics about my photographs, whether I use photoshop or not, and should photoshop be used at all. It’s an honest question, but, as far as I’m concern, I had a goal to use photography as ‘prima materia’, a base, and through editing create a fusion of reality and vision. I am not a photo reporter, so I don’t feel obligated to honour every detail. What I’m trying to achieve is to emphasize the whole potential of a shot, creating a sight that I'd like if existed.. And since it’s impossible in real life, I do it in virtual :) My work is maybe more similar to ‘photo-painting’ than photography. Join me! After all, there is a reality of everything you imagine :) If you had recognised my work, than we share the same vision, and they are yours as much as they are mine! It’s a harmless illusion – your personal, real life reality is only a click away... :) :) :)
  • Why Should You Care About Typography?
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    I have a confession to make. There was a time, many years ago, where I thought that typography was fashion by another name. I didn't really appreciate how different typefaces function, and how the discipline evolved over time, under pressure from aesthetics and technology. And it makes me particularly red-faced to remember that I once flaunted that ignorance, going so far as to tell a noted creative director that bit about type as fashion. If only I'd known!

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