nakedgeometry:

nice, would love to know who made this.

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nakedgeometry:

nice, would love to know who made this.

cross-connect:

Latest bit of fun from Aakash Nihalani

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cross-connect:

Teo Pirisi, aka Moneyless  is an Italian-born artist, who grew up as a member of the 90’s graffiti scene in Tuscany, which he attributes to the development of his artistic identity. By combining his graffiti and fine art backgrounds, the artist has been able to develop a unique style of geometric art. 

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Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

This would be really cool in a motion perspective. It’s got to the stage where the camera I want is too expensive for right now so I may just buy a filming camera to combine with my motion graphics work…

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cross-connect:

Teo Pirisi, aka Moneyless  is an Italian-born artist, who grew up as a member of the 90’s graffiti scene in Tuscany, which he attributes to the development of his artistic identity. By combining his graffiti and fine art backgrounds, the artist has been able to develop a unique style of geometric art. 

Flickr I Blogspot

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

This would be really cool in a motion perspective. It’s got to the stage where the camera I want is too expensive for right now so I may just buy a filming camera to combine with my motion graphics work…

designcloud:

Steal Like An Artist.

You don’t need to be a genius, you just need to be yourself. That’s the message from Austin Kleon, a young writer and artist who knows that creativity is everywhere, creativity is for everyone. A manifesto for the digital age, Steal Like an Artist is a guide whose positive message, graphic look and illustrations, exercises, and examples will put readers directly in touch with their artistic side.

When Mr. Kleon was asked to address college students in upstate New York, he shaped his speech around the ten things he wished someone had told him when he was starting out. The talk went viral, and its author dug deeper into his own ideas to create Steal Like an Artist, the book. The result is inspiring, hip, original, practical, and entertaining. And filled with new truths about creativity: Nothing is original, so embrace influence, col- lect ideas, and remix and re-imagine to discover your own path. Follow your interests wherever they take you. Stay smart, stay out of debt, and risk being boring—the creative you will need to make room to be wild and daring in your imagination.

Get it here.

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designcloud:

Steal Like An Artist.

You don’t need to be a genius, you just need to be yourself. That’s the message from Austin Kleon, a young writer and artist who knows that creativity is everywhere, creativity is for everyone. A manifesto for the digital age, Steal Like an Artist is a guide whose positive message, graphic look and illustrations, exercises, and examples will put readers directly in touch with their artistic side.

When Mr. Kleon was asked to address college students in upstate New York, he shaped his speech around the ten things he wished someone had told him when he was starting out. The talk went viral, and its author dug deeper into his own ideas to create Steal Like an Artist, the book. The result is inspiring, hip, original, practical, and entertaining. And filled with new truths about creativity: Nothing is original, so embrace influence, col- lect ideas, and remix and re-imagine to discover your own path. Follow your interests wherever they take you. Stay smart, stay out of debt, and risk being boring—the creative you will need to make room to be wild and daring in your imagination.

Get it here.

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theleoisallinthemind:

Image used as reference and research by Nick Knight for Pirelli

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theleoisallinthemind:

Image used as reference and research by Nick Knight for Pirelli

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thedailytask:

140628.

kinetic-squirrel:

I made a thing

motionaddicts:

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