Creative Antonia Yordanova, Niki Phoenix, Momchil Hristov Style Antoniya Yordanova Hair Dani @ Arlet Make up Vencislava Koicheva Model Elizabeth@Ivet Fashion Post production DEMO+TONO Antoniya Yordanova: behance / facebook Momchil Hristov: website / behance
Moon Light Photographer: Andrey Yakovlev Art director: Lili Aleeva Models: Alina, Maya (ABA models) MUAH: Marina Roy Collection: Kookla 2015 Andrey Yakovlev Lili Aleeva: behance
Advertisement commission done for common & sense’s Tiffany T, Winter 2014 issue. Collection of 6 advert illustrations Pencil and Ink, (2014) Iain Macarthur: website / behance Common & Sense: website
Having fun with lights and movement, with an amazing team. Model: Oksana from Elmer Olsen Hair and make up: Robert Weir from Judy inc. Styling: Joelle Litt from Judy inc. Genevieve Caron: website / behance
These cats are the “image characters” for Jalan, a travel site in Japan. The older cat is “Nyalan” (“nya” is “meow” in Japanese), and his apprentice is “Deshi”. The photos are terrific. You can really get a good idea of the typical things Japanese people like to do in spring, summer, fall, and winter. There...
Vince Low: behance
A project with Industrial Designer YI-TING CHEN Designer Yi-Ting Chen created a design object to put iPhone and iPad’s devices at home: the Urban Cage. With the shape of a bird’s cage, the designer has created different models on the hoof or that can be suspended like a hanger. The photos are by Chang Chieh...
Animal rescue campaign / Art exhibition About Andres Hernandez: “Passionate about visual arts. In love with light and darkness. Amazed with natural beauty.” Andres Hernandez: website / behance
Campaign for Bulgarian Rhythmic Gymnastic Federation Lyubomir Sergeev: website / behance
„Willie” bus is a conceptual project designed by Tad Orlowski, which utilizes new trends in technology to transform city landscapes and provide an added element to getting around town. The innovative feature that distinguishes „Willie” from other conventional buses is the design of the side elevations, which are made of transparent LCD screens....