Started by artist and designer Chas Barton, the manhattan-based photography studio FOOL is quickly becoming one to look out for. Their unique take on lifestyle and fashion photography is blended beautifully with a wanderlust-worthy portfolio of beautiful backdrops and effective compositions that leave you wanting more.
3D World of Stuart Wade
Havi Cruz is a designer that specialized in typography and illustration currently based in Saltillo, Mexico. I truly appreciate the level of details in Havi's works, it's totally impressive and the fact that he can explore different mediums as well. It's quite versatile. All Rights to Havi Cruz
This week I finished reading Malcolm Gladwell's The Tipping Point for the second time, and certainly not my last. It's a great book with super useful and engaging insights about how little things can have a huge impact. One of the examples Malcolm uses is how the criminality in New York City tipped in the 80s and what caused this fad to decay. The first thing done to eradicate this problem was to clean up the subway as it was dirty and rife with graffiti. This post was inspired by Gladwell's study. To illustrate, we are pleased to feature a few images from Bruce Davidson's book Subway.
This weekend I decided to organize all my photos, I had over 20gb of photos in a couple of disks. It's amazing how many photos we take and sort of forget. Inspired by that I started to look at some photographers online. While surfing on Behance I found the incredible work of Yaser Almajed, a photographer and digital artist from Dammam, Saudi Arabia. His work with double exposure compositions is simple, clean and nothing less than amazing. For more information visit: http://www.behance.net/Yaseralmajed