A native Oregonian, Eva currently resides in LA. Her love of cooking can be credited to being raised in her parents' Greek deli which they owned and operated for over thirty years. There she learned that food can ignite excitement in even the most reserved individuals. When she is not developing recipes or shooting and styling in the field, she enjoys tending to her garden, curling up with a good book, and traveling. View her portfolio on www.evakosmasflores.com
Each year Designcollector Magazine reveals the cream of the top of creative industries. You can check the selection of Best Motion Design Projects featured on our blog later.Meanwhile enjoy the mashup of top motion pictures created by our friends from NORD Collective (Behance/Facebook). Full Video ListRead More
Based out of Bogotá, Colombia, visual artist Marcello Castellani has an eye-catching style when it comes to portraits. Starting off by using traditional photography to capture his subject, he proceeds to add layers of digital paint using a variety of software to generate the desired result. via Scene360
Few years ago we did a small review of Will's works, it's a time to revisit his "Art of Sweets" again. His work primarily features landscapes composed of sweets, often inhabited by human subjects. Will Cotton lives and works in New York City
Based in St. Petersburg, Russia, talented photographer Eduard Gordeev takes impressive rainy cityscapes. His captures look as if they were acrylic paintings. The reflections of city lights and all melting colors turn them into extraordinary pieces of art.
Erik Wernquist is a character animator and a Visual Effects and Graphical Artist living in Stockholm, Sweden. His latest short movie entitled Wanderers is simply mind-blowing. Based on real photos and map data, we traveled through space discovering our ambition of humanity expansion. Check out Erik’s work erikwernquist.com. http://vimeo.com/108650530
How awesome is that to bring a fresh idea and the meaning for boring things like veggies? Especially when it comes to playing with kids. The team at Le FabShop (Facebook) just released a series of 14 components you can download, print, and attach to your favorite vegetable, effectively transforming turnips into helicopters and eggplants into submarines. The free accessories are called Open Toys, and all 14 components can be downloaded here.
Japanese architect Tsuyoshi Tane, together with Japanese watchmaker CITIZEN, has created an amazing piece of installation art that breathes magic and life into an otherwise mundane object. Their installation, called “LIGHT is TIME,” features 65,000 watch baseplates hung on black thread in a black room, making them look like shimmering golden raindrops.
Creative directors Raul Mandru and Mihai Botarel, founders of Raul X Mihai, made the piece as an independent project. For their floating surfboard effect they used a special stand that allowed them to keep the original shadows. After each surfboard image, they shot a second photo of the street and removed the stand for the final cut.