19 Tones is a visual artist, content creator and photographer based in Moscow, Russian Federation. He has created an incredible series entitled: H-ART series, what I love about it? Well even though it's mentioning Neon, he is more focusing on the contrast instead of saturating the hues for a change (what we have been seeing a lot lately!). Well, it worked pretty well, I feel like it's photography at its purest. Check it out! More Links Personal site Behance
Let's tackle this Memorial Day with a colourful campaign for the Hong Kong Ballet, photography by Dean Alexander. Dean is working in the field of advertising/fashion photographer and film director/cinematographer. His work has taken him to over 50 countries and has won over 150 International Awards worldwide. What an accomplishment, the quality of this campaign is totally upscale. It looks like it was a fun client! It's like the one thing they did care about was to give the creative a full "Carte Blanche" experience which judging by the results. It really paid off, beautifully! Learn more about Dean Alexander Photography
Let's explore this digital photography series on one's journey in Hong Kong by Ludwig Favre. From daytime till nighttime, he's taking us through different locations where you can admire the colours of Hong Kong from its endless symmetry to its famous neon street lights. This series is inspiring enough to give that desire to pack your bags, your camera and book your next photo adventure. Don't you think? Behind this photo series, we have the work from Ludwig Favre who is a photographer based in Paris, France. Definitely follow his Behance, he has a variety of different projects to get inspired from photography to architecture. Project Gallery More Links Check out Ludwig Favre's site: ludwigfavre.com Check out Ludwig on Behance
The feeling that you're exploring a city/place where you've never been, your eyes are looking all over the place. You are wearing your best comfortable shoes ready to walk long hours and lose yourself at wandering. All your gear, camera, phone, chargers and backpack set for an adventure and capturing your next photos. That feeling. Let's follow Ekaterina Busygina on her first time in Hong Kong and its tall skyscrapers. A different world to explore. Imagining your first trip to Hong Kong, we can represent anything. But the first impression will still be with nothing comparable, as getting into a completely different world. About Ekatetina Busygina Ekaterina is a Photographer based in Moscow, Russian Federation. Aspiring her work through architecture, design in all forms and manifestations. You should definitely check out her Instagram. More information: http://ekaterinabusygina.com.
Fan Ho is an award-winning Photographer who has been practising his art since the 1950s. Intrigued by life around him, Fan always loved to wait for the composition to take place when capturing a picture. Armed with his Rolleiflex, one frame at the time. The result takes you back in time in Hong Kong from its pure simplicity with Black and White. All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho All Rights to Fan Ho Links: Fan Ho Photography: http://www.fanhophotography.com Store: http://modernbook.com/store/fanho.html
Another amazing photo series by German photographer Jens Fersterra. Hong Kong has become a centre for modern architecture as older buildings are cleared away to make space for newer, larger buildings. It has more buildings above 35m (or 100m) and more skyscrapers above 150m than any other city. Hong Kong's skyline is often considered to be the best in the world, with the surrounding mountains and Victoria Harbour complementing the skyscrapers. For more from Jens Fersterra visit spreephoto.de.
Show Us Your Type is an amazing project that is about two things some of us truly love; typography & cities. It's a unstoppable collection with great works from all over the globe, there's always a city on exposition while another one is on deck to receive new works. Check it out! The Project SHOW US YOUR TYPE is a project about two things we adore, type and cities. We started this project to provide a creative platform for designers to share their talents and explore cities from a different perspective. How to Participate Anyone can participate and send in your own work for the next city. Check out How to Participate. The next city is Kingston, Jamaica. Find out more ... 44flavours / Berlin Aida Novoa / Madrid Amanda Canals / Barcelona AnDrew Kwong / Hong Kong Artiva Design / Genova Aurélien Arnaud / Grenoble Berjo Mouanga / Brno Bosque Estudio / Buenos Aires Carlos Ortega / Barcelona Crash Design / La Paz Dani Requena & Eloi Borrell / Barcelona David Maclennan / Cape Town David Campo / Barcelona Duane Dalton / Dublin Gabriela Gomes / São Paulo Hugo Moura / Porto Ignasi Font (BUNGALOW) / Barcelona Jackson Tadeu / Belo Horizonte Joost Huver / Apeldoorn Jorge Vargas / Cádiz Lai Wai Yan Zoe / Hong Kong Lisi Badia / Barcelona Lukas Tomek / Zlin
Crazy Enough is the brand name of Sam, a Hong Kong based artist and illustrator with a very colorful portfolio. We were surfing on the web when we found some of Sam's character designs and we simply loved them. So in this post we will show you a little bit more of his super cool character designs. For more information visit Crazy Enough's website at http://www.crazy-enough.com/ My name is San, born in 1980 and based in Hong Kong. As an Artist/Illustrator, I make efforts of all kinds of graphic business. Provide Graphic designs, Illustrations, Character designs, Game graphic designs etc. Crazy Enough is the individual brand name of my works. I hope people who see my works can experience joy, fun and excitement. Keep smile, crazy, optimistic and energetic. Are you crazy enough? Animation