Nikon d40 & Nikon Lens Series E 28mm F:2.8
This is my Photo for this weeks theme in our group Fabulös & Korthuggna
I connect breastcancer with my mom, she just been thru hell, and i could have taken a photo of her, but i wanted to try a set design, and well who is better at suporting than Mona Lisa?! I think she is doing a great job.
2 shots, one at the set, and one at a stained paper, 2 layers in photoshop, blendmode = overlay. One additional layer, saturation layer with a mask on the Pinkribbon. Thats it. So please visit and bookmark the group, it consists of a group of swedish amateur photographers that does weekly photo themes competitions. Visit Fabulös & Korthuggna
1. Mimmi Bäckman
2. Åsa Hellman
3. Tessan Lücke
American Apparel says, back to basic, we say -Fuck Yeah!
A box house in the city of chaos; just this phrase creates limitations and order! Marcio Kogan and his design team created a single, enormous volume wrapping everything. This white box house gives a whole new meaning to modern sustainable living in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Check out his website. www.marciokogan.com.br
Project: Gama Issa House (02/2000)
Project architects: Marcio Kogan + // Oswaldo Pessano, Renata Furlanetto, Samanta Cafardo, Suzana Glogowski, Lair Reis, Carolina Castroviejo, Eduardo Glycerio, Maria Cristina Motta, Gabriel Kogan, Mariana Simas, Beatriz Meyer
Interior designers: Marcio kogan + Diana radomysler
Collaborations: Gisela Zilberman, Diana Radomysler
Location: Alto de Pinheiros . São Paulo. Sp . Brasil
Site area: 1700 square meters
Built area: 700 square meters