It's very hard to imagine how our cities and landscapes will look in the future, but on this post you can get a taste of what may be coming in a long future. There artists have enough imaginations and skills to create their own view of the future.
I'm a Brazilian product designer based in Oakland, California currently working for Google as a Staff Designer. I am also the founder of Abduzeedo, an award-winning digital publication about design and a personal project that has become the source of inspiration for millions of designers and enthusiasts.
Whatever you are a fan of Double Exposure or not, you just can't help to stop and state at a Muliple Expososure Photograph and dissect its elements. Brandon Kidwell is a photographer from Jacksonville, Florida (USA), he's done amazingly of keeping up his collection experimenting with different techniques.
For those who doesn't know what is "Double Exposure" Photography?
Also a common term would be "Multiple Exposure", the superimposition of two or more elements/components to create a one single image. There's multiple creative ways to interpret this form of photography.
The only way to learn anything is by practicing. The more you practice and exercise, more you become aware of the subtleties of what you are working on. That is very clear in design and more specifically, calligraphy. Jackson Alves has been doing that everyday.
To improve my letters, I try to practice every single day on several surfaces with different pens. Bellow there is some calligraphy of my daily practice – ink on paper, ink on glass, chalk on wall – who I call “#Daily Calligraphy”.
Mark Bender’s artisan illustration is classically inspired and hand crafted, combining traditional media with contemporary technology to create compelling imagery that connects with the audience. Check it out!
For more from Mark Bender visit benderillustration.com and behance.net/MarkBender.