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David Black | Giant Artists

The action, emotions and visual textures of a David Black photograph push far beyond its frame.

The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor

The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor < wait a second wasnt this a Doctor Who episode?

Experiments

Experiments

Hey Friends Some more experiments we did on the weekend. This one is also without any post production, it's straight from the camera. The experiments continue!

Saturn’s northern region partly shadowed by the planet’s rings. Cassini, January 20, 2007.NASA/JPL/MICHAEL BENSON, KINETIKON PICTURES, COURTESY OF FLOWERS GALLERY

Here's What Space Actually Looks Like to the Human Eye

Saturn’s northern region partly shadowed by the planet’s rings.

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Diana Lange Portfolio Generative Grafik Mehr

illusion 8 Campaign Mode Aizone by Sagmeister Inc

Campagne Aizone par Sagmeister Inc

Mill+ collaborated with OFFF to create the title sequence for OFFF by Night, their latest on-the-road event, held in Antwerp, Belgium. The graphic sequence, directed by Mill+ designer Will Arnold, mixes simple colours with complex animated simulations to create trippy 70’s inspired visuals. With an open brief, Arnold took inspiration from bright colours and graphic patterns to create a truly mesmerizing image sequence using 3D animation rendered out in 2D colours. Learn more…

Mill+ collaborated with OFFF to create the title sequence for OFFF by Night, their latest on-the-road event, held in Antwerp, Belgium. The graphic sequence, directed…

Saturn, Mimas and Tethys. The rings are nearly edge-on in this equatorial view of Saturn and two of its moons. Mimas is the tiny black dot to the left of the dark line while Tethys is above to the right. Cassini, July 16, 2005. NASA/JPL/CALTECH/MICHAEL BENSON, KINETIKON PICTURES.

Here's What Space Actually Looks Like to the Human Eye

Saturn, Mimas and Tethys. The rings are nearly edge-on in this equatorial view of Saturn and two of its moons. Mimas is the tiny black dot to the left of the dark line while Tethys is above to the right.

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