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Inspirational Photo Collection

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Inspirational Photo Manipulations by Erik Johansson

Meet Erik Johansson,a young yet very talented artist from Sweden. He creates his wonderful images by digitally modifying photographs that he took himself.

When you look at his photos you can see not only the mastery of photography but also great photoshopping skills. He has very brave ideas, skills to implement them and good sense of humor.


































































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Funny Statues Around the world - Part 2

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Statues Around the world - Part 2


See this statues from around the world part 2...continued from yesterday... Just look at the detail they have created... wait for more... :)




















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Funny Statues Around The World - Part 1

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Statues Around The World - Part 1

See this statues from around the world... amazing art..amazing idea..amazing designs... Its too big list..so i am posting it in parts... Check this out..and wait for more... :)




















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Creative PUMA Ads

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Creative PUMA Ads

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Amazing artwork created in dirty vehicle windows

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A life of car grime: Amazing artwork created in dirty vehicle windows


When Scott Wade's car gets covered in dirt, he doesn't just write 'clean me' in the grime - he uses it to create an intricate masterpiece.

In fact, dirty cars are the perfect canvas for his unusual art and he has built up an impressive collection of pictures of 'grime art' from Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa to a portrait of Albert Einstein.

The images are so incredible that motorists often stop at traffic lights and jump out of their own cars to admire them.

Scott Wade

Dirty car art: Scott Wade creates an intricate copy of the Mona Lisa in the back window of a mini

DIRTY CAR ART.

Cassius Marcellus Coolidge's Poker Dogs, which took around an hour to create in the back window

poker dogs

Scott based the work above on this Coolidge original

He creates the pictures, which have also included a life-like face of footballer Ronaldinho, on the back windows of his and his wife's cars using his fingers and an assortment of brushes.

'Almost everywhere we go, my wife and I get people gathering around our cars to take pictures and ask questions,' he said.

'My wife once stopped at a red light and the people in the car behind her jumped out to take pictures with their camera phones.

'A guy even blocked me in as I was leaving a car park - he apologised, but asked me to stay there while his daughter went back to the shop to buy a disposable camera.'

Mr Wade can spend up to four hours perfecting his dirt drawings but admitted one heavy downpour could destroy his hard work.

Dirty Car Art:

A side view shows Scott Wade has created a family inside the car from the dirt

Dirty Car Art:

Who's looking at you? Fluffy puppy appears to look out of the back window of a Toyota

He said: 'It's surprising to some that the wind and turbulence caused by driving down the road really doesn't affect the drawings much. But a good downpour does.

'Sometimes I feel a little twang of regret when the drawing is washed away, but it's also really great, because that means I get to do another one.

'If it doesn't rain the drawings can last for a month or so but they will slowly degrade during that time.

'The impermanence of this art form is one of the things I really love about it. For one thing, it helps me to not take it too seriously and to really have fun with it.'

Mr Wade doesn't always wait for his cars to get dirty enough to draw on. In most cases he has to apply the dirt himself.

He rubs oil onto the window and buys bags of Fuller's earth, the type used on film sets, and uses a hair dryer to blow the dirt on.

DIRTY CAR ART.

Albert Einstein stares out from the back window

DIRTY CAR ART.

A wife berates her browbeaten husband

The process takes ten minutes, much quicker than the seven days Mr Wade said it would take to build up a 'natural' canvas by driving a car up and down a dirt track.

He said: 'Although I really love a "natural canvas" sometimes it just isn't practical to find a dirt road and drive around for days collecting dust.

'It takes about a week and a half to build up a proper canvas - if you try to do it in a single day, the dirt just falls off the window.'

Mr Wade, a graphic designer from Wimberley, Texas in the US, explained his dirty car art began as simple doodles in the dust on the rear windows of cars.

Dirty Car Art:

A girl tries to escape from the back window. Scott copied a photograph of his 12-year-old daughter, but has branded the image 'a bit creepy'

He said: 'I lived on a long, dirt road for over 20 years. Our cars were always dirty and I would often doodle in the dust on the rear windows of our cars.

'Mostly I would draw funny faces, then I started experimenting with ways to get shading.

'At first I would use the pads of my fingers and brush very lightly to get grey tones.

'Once I tried using the chewed-up end of a popsicle stick as a brush - I liked the effect, so I started trying paintbrushes, and eventually developed the techniques I use today.'

Dirty Car Art:

Scott Wade ponders his next piece of artwork...

Scott Wade transforms the dusty rear window of one of his vehicles into a work of art

... and begins another masterpiece



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Artistic and Creative Resumes (C.V)

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Artistic and Creative Resumes

How can we stand out from the rest and grab the attention of a design agency when they’re usually bombarded with hundreds of applications?

Take a look at 30 creative resumes that can inspire you to think outside the box when designing your own resume.




























































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