Horizon, photography by Mária Švarbová

Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Mária Švarbová was born in 1988 in Slovakia. She studied conservation – restoration and archeology, however since 2010 she has been dedicated to photography as her main tool of artistic expression. She lives and works in Bratislava, Slovakia. Early on, her photographic work […]

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Connect with your life, advertising for Prolam Y&R Santiago

Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Agency: Prolam Y&R Santiago Executive Creative Director: Francisco Cavada, Álvaro Becker Head of art: Emerson Navarrete Creative Director: Patricio Reyes Art Director: Sergio Araya, Andrés Beroiza, Rodrigo Pérez Copywriter: Pablo Bernacchia Post Production: Moreira Studio Retoucher: Silvana Mercado Photos: Getty Images Via: Post-Production Ads References Awards  

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Some dust under ceiling cabinet, photography by Ilona D.Veresk
Some dust under ceiling cabinet, photography by Ilona D.Veresk

Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It SOME DUST UNDER CEILING CABINET Photographer, direction, style @ilonaveresk Model @elen_miti @dnkmodels Key makeup @marinakolosova Makeup assistants @polza_mua @anastasia_rodion For VGXW cover! @vgxwmagazine Wardrobe @shushu @kuznetskystudio @ampersand.rings Ilona D. Veresk is a fashion & fine art photographer who currently resides in Moscow. Born in 1993, […]

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Farmacisti Preparatori, illustration by Eiko Ojala
Farmacisti Preparatori, illustration by Eiko Ojala

Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Project made for J. Walter Thompson Italy Eiko Ojala is a renowned illustrator and graphic designer. He is based between Estonia and New Zealand. He works mostly digitally and draws everything by hand. Within his work process Eiko likes […]

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Air Corridor, photography by Zsolt Hlinka
Air Corridor, photography by Zsolt Hlinka

Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It “The series is based on my previous project titled 100 Year Old Houses capturing courtyards of Nagykörút from worm’s-eye view. Photographs of Air Corridor move out from the closed courtyards to the opened streets and instead of […]

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