Rollacoaster Magazine Fashion Stylist : Morgan Pinney Photographer: Justin Campbell Heidi: What type of direction did you get from the magazine?
Lila Lee Who printed it? I was actually visiting my sister who currently lives in China, & found a local shop that did it out there
Dutch pilot Christiaan van Heijst is taking weather photography to new heights – literally. Just like us, the senior first officer and cargo pilot loves taking photos of scenes from … Read more The post Pilot captures the terrifying beauty of the thunderstorms he encounters appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people
Nobody likes a know-it-all.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before. In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project
Molly Glynn, Wonderful Machine Printing is a process of problem-solving and iteration, from loading the paper into the printer to ensuring the final product is color corrected. I like to say that printing is mostly just putting out fires– as soon as you solve one issue, another is bound to arise.
While most photographers used SLRs to document last month’s Shanghai Grand Prix, photographer Tim Binnion used something else: a Game Boy.
Airbnb Magazine Creative Director: Michael Wilson Director of Photography: Natasha Lunn Contributing Photo Editor: Katie Dunn Senior Photo Editor: Gabrielle Sirkin Art Director: Mallory Roynon Designer: Lisa Lok Heidi: Tell us about the magazine, how often does it come out and where can we find it? Gabrielle: Community is at the heart of Airbnb and the magazine is a place where readers can feel at home in the world.
Bojan U. Who printed it? Blurb Books.
One of our readers sent me a powerful and arresting email today. I’m not going to divulge details, but a man wrote that he’d been deeply affected by the information in Laia Abril’s book last week.