D.FY Inc creative agency based in Korea caters for high profile clients in need of quality product display creation, motion graphics, illustrations and digital web experiences. The serve clients like Samsung, Fidelity, Hyundai and more.Their level of attention to detail is mind blowing and is definitely an inspiration for fellow designers alike.
Camera exposure is one of the most important terms that confuse many photographers, especially beginners. Photography is all about light, and when you find your perfect shot or scene composition, the next step is to tell your camera how to interact with the light that goes through its lens to form the final image. If your camera is a light receiver, there are many factors that affect the light when it goes through the lens.
Every designer who has spent many hours mocking up web pages, mobile apps or mobile app icons will tell you how important it is to have a reliable set of re-usable, editable and uniform GUI elements that they can rely upon for the initial rapid prototyping stage of any project.
Advertising is one of the primary markets for graphic designers. Companies around the world rely on the talented and creative minds of designers to create visually impactful and memorable product advertisements. Advertising differs from other forms of design, as you often have to incorporate a product, a logo, a company image and other details to meet the client needs. Therefore, being able to manipulate results to match the color scheme, subject matter and target market are essential skills for any designer.
Nathan Sawaya is a New York based artist best known for his contemporary Lego art. Born in Colville, Washington and raised in Veneta, Oregon, Sawaya’s childhood consisted of drawing cartoons, writing stories, perfecting magic tricks and playing with Lego’s.
The guys over at Gizmodo have compiled a list of amazing hyperrealistic paintings that can easily pass off as photographs.
Rub your eyes all you want, but these images are actual paintings created by really talented artists.
Click here to view the full list of paintings.
Raphaella Spence: Empire State. 2012, oil on canvas
Hubert De Lartigue: Sushi. 2010, acrylic on canvas