Posts tagged 'Design'

I feel it: bronze heart sculpture by Barbora Maštrlová

"I feel it" is a great and detailed bronze sculpture of human heart by artist Barbora Maštrlová, based in Prague. Barboba had her own exhibition  in 2009 and numerous collective ones, as well. 

Rock & Animals by Cocolia

Cocolia is graphic design studio who develop corporate identity, graphic communication, art direction, editorial, web, illustration, and art projects.

Photography by Daniel Adams  ll Artist On Tumblr

Daniel Adams is a conceptual and portrait photographer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. At the age of 14, he picked up a camera and 3 years later, today at the age of 17, he has become more passionate towards the art. Through his photos, he aims to portray a story or send a message, wanting to see how his audience interprets them, to show how they see and think.

Minimalism through shapes by Ina Jang

Fashion and product designs by 5 Fruits || Artist on Tumblr

Our 11th issue is has been already published!Finally our 11th issue is ready for you to read, share and download! In this issue you will find our prepared interviews with photographers Denef Huvaj, Dan Comaniciu, Aaron Cheeseman and special highlights of Sebastien Tixier and Jurgen Heckel.
READ THE MAGAZINE HERE

Our 11th issue is has been already published!

Finally our 11th issue is ready for you to read, share and download! In this issue you will find our prepared interviews with photographers Denef Huvaj, Dan Comaniciu, Aaron Cheeseman and special highlights of Sebastien Tixier and Jurgen Heckel.

READ THE MAGAZINE HERE

Fashion photography by Berta Pfirsich

Berta Pfirsich is a photographer who has shot many ad campaigns and has been featured in many fashion magazines. These series of photographs were taken specially for Material Girl magazine.

Typography in photography by LettersTale ll Artist On Tumblr

Andrada Puscas is a young freelance artist who focuses on graphic design and typography.

Geometric Maps by May Xiong

A series of based on portraits that surround the idea of geometric shapes and black and white surrounding the idea of the structure of the mind. Having the paint embody both light and dark side of a person. With the fascination of trying to perceive and understand how we think has become a big incorporation into the concept itself. Not only is it a representation of how the mind works, but how it is a form of structure and intangible maps that leads us to continuously wander about the things we do and why.

(Source: behance.net)