When dogs play among the talents for well known luxury brand Gucci to celebrate The Chinese New Year - Year of the Dog. 🐶 This campaign happened. 😍
Photographer - Petra Collins
Japanese embroidery artist 刺繍画家 イプノット
Although I still don't know his actual nick name, everywhere he's known as 'ipnot'. There's info on his website about him. Must read for inspiration. His work shows great dedication and patience. for an embroidery this art style is so difficult. Really Loved the noodles. 🍝
For future inspirations follow him on Instagram.
There're many talented people out there. Just look out, learn and share what you can. Sharing is caring, and that's how you grow yourself as a creative.
Resemblance is impeccable in these shots of day to day emojis. Swiss photographer Matthieu Lavanchy must have had a great time taking these shots, Putting in right direction, angle to be precise, lighting is such so the shadows do not over power and stay calm. Picking the right objects and the perfect background that complements them. I am looking forward to seeing more emojis to come alive, till then you can follow his works on instagram.
This type of control one must have when they photograph something. Have something in mind and figure out ways that can be achieved and 'click' , you have a wonder.
Keep creating and enjoy!
Perhaps one of the best ways to portray 'life' or 'living beings'. Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez who are running a French design studio - Helmo - that has been around since 2007 in creative industry. With their unique, playful and highly effective manner, they produced a series of double-exposed photographs, featuring human beings and other living beings, displayed at the iconic dome of the Galeries Lafayette in Paris in 2006. Indeed an inspiring set of artworks.
You may follow the Helmo on Instagram
Keep up the great work, always inspire for greatness.