White Shrine by Eric Carl
Yaaay it’s inspiration time, what about this little portfolio from Eric Carl a little sweet site but the work he creates is a bit better then the site itself. I hope everyone has a great wednesday evening I’m off the the couch to watch some TV so enjoy this little treat.
Cube Matic by Eric Carl
Sans-Concept.com or his Blog
One reason why i love the web that much is that it’s constantly shifting, the styles, the inspiration everything is endless… Perhaps not in the way that universe is endless, but there is so much information that one can not see thru it all, and from one minute to the other so many new things has been published to the world of the internet.
Todays Portfolio Inspiration comes from the very talented graphic designer Cristiano Siqueira “Known as crisvector.com” He has worked for many big companies around the globe, he is a member of SIB ( a known social community of designers in brazil )
This is one of my favorites, speaks for itself.
Just to round this little post of inspiration, i love Cristiano’s work and if you like to see more of it he has a beautiful portfolio where you can browse thru his work.
So from that nifty bulletproof shirt to a really talented photographer, Steve Neaves. You might noticed my latest fling for good photographers, i hope i don’t bore you out. I promise to deliver diversity and colorful posts in the near future but for now dig deep in Steve’s work, or just scratch the surface either way I’m happy.
Some of you might noticed Vincent Laforet for his Canon 5D Mark II Short Film. I got stuck for that too, but i also got stuck in his photography work, his New York interpretation, with high altitude shots and his way of capturing moments.
What i also got stuck with was his work with the Tilt-shift lens, as you might see on the photos above.
If you head over to his portfolio and skim it for a couple of minutes you might find something that you really like. I need some inspiration for my next Why I Think I Love New York, so if anyone have some inspiration for me, just comment it in this post.
Among the ranks of highly talented self-taught artists comes Magomed Dovjenko. Definitely one of the most talented i’ve seen in a long time, and look out for this dude in the years to come. Yeah, You might wonder why?! He’s only 14!
Good morning here is something to dwell over, one man in New York has made great design history. Feltron.com is the personal website of graphic designer Nicholas Felton. Stunning graphic design and a completely mad ambition. Check out the Feltron Annual Report if you do not believe me.
Nicholas documented every quantifiable aspect of his life during a 3 year period and then released it as a print to order in a limited edition of 2000 pieces. He works professional as Megafone and has just released your own mad data collection frenzy over at daytum. The site is still in beta, but it basically lets your track anything you want on a daily basis and then it creates visual representations for you to understand the data. So if anyone out there feels like throwing some mad hours in documenting your life just go and sign up for a BETA invite.