Monthly Archives: September 2012

Painter Avni Öztopçu

  “Mine Art Gallery Nişantaşı Exhibition Hall” welcomes Avni Öztopçu’s brand new artworks including their retrospective extensions towards the year of 1985. The exhibition focuses on the idea of “singular”. Here the audience will receive the opportunity to see the room of a singular person in a structured way of...
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Vintage Travel Posters 1920-1950

  Exhibition at design gallery ZEITLOS – BERLIN from 13 October to 9 December 2012 As starting signal for the Design Mile, ZEITLOS – BERLIN in stilwerk presents Safety, Speed Comfort, early travel posters from two exquisite private collections. With its extensive collection of the period between the roaring Twenties...
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The “Mirrors” Project

  Amazing project, of iPhone photography of buildings and objects, edited with various iPhone applications, by hellopanos. A different look at pictures everyday, in buildings that surround us. An ongoing experimental project without specific outcome in mind; “Mirrors is trying to capture the reflected fragments of our urban landscape onto...
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The Book of Paper

  What is the educational value of craft? What do we learn through the act of making? Is ‘craft’ still relevant in today’s design world? The Book of… series will explore these themes by celebrating the creative potential and intrinsic qualities of seemingly ‘everyday’ materials such as paper, wood, glass...
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33 Cool Identities, Logos & Custom Types

  Here is an amazing collection of fresh, creative identities, logos and custom types for your inspiration. Designed by FX3™, a worldwide operating multidisciplinary Design & Branding studio specialized in corporate Identity systems, print design, web design & development, based in Greece. The studio was founded in 2010 by Julien...
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Fantastic Classic Movie Posters

  Do you like classic movie posters? Minimal, meaningful, bold posters with a vintage look? Illustrator Rocco Malatesta has redesigned some of the modern movie posters, giving them a close to minimalism art using typically massive, clean, fearful, icons.  His designs combine two aspects of the film into one iconic object...
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Fashion But Not Fashion Photography

  Mika Ceron was born in Berlin, but his work has been recognized internationally. Some of his clients are Quicksilver, Bucherer, Nike, Sony Walkman, Siemens, Blacky Dress, Jean Paul, Anna von Griesheim, Egena Goldpfeil, DKV, CMA, EMI, Eastpak, villa gaia, Kodak, Red Bull, Pro 7, Premiere, Interstuhl, Goldfischli, Bertelsmann, Puls...
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Beautiful Illustrations on Women!

  An inspiring showcase with different styles and approaches, illustrations of female gender. Feminine is synonymous with beauty, elegance and charm, like those illustrations that I hope to satisfy and be a true inspiration for your portfolio.   Stella im hultberg Always…. 12″x16″ (18″x22″ framed). oil and ink on tea-stained...
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