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Richard Lapham“Solarized Figure” 2015 oil and digital...

Richard Lapham “Solarized Figure” 2015 oil and digital media richardlapham.com Thank you for your submission

Illustrations by Nori Yamamoto

Illustrations by Nori Yamamoto

Glitched Animations by Aaron JablonskiAaron Jablonski (born...

Glitched Animations by Aaron Jablonski Aaron Jablonski (born 1989) is a media artist from Germany, currently living in Paris.  Apart from his work in Motion Graphics and Illustration, he is interested in exploring video as a medium that can be remixed and recomposed. He uses a combination of Processing and photo / video compositing to create his works. “Glitch aesthetics fascinate me because it tries to tame and utilize malfunction to transform given material into something new. It breaks with the expectation of perfect reproducibility in digital media and adds a layer of uncertainty and surprise.” You can find Aaron’s work on Tumblr , Facebook , and Etsy . Posted by Philip ‘Like’ Cross Connect on Facebook

Illustrations by Nori Yamamoto

Illustrations by Nori Yamamoto

Nostalgic Drawings by Alejandro Pasquale@Alejandro...

Nostalgic Drawings by Alejandro Pasquale @ Alejandro Pasquale   uses charcoal and graphite to create images with photographic accuracy. His work demonstrates his skill in dealing with values of light and dark, though Pasquale sometimes incorporates bits of color into his pieces. The drawings he creates through his process bear similarities to old photographs, rendering the blurred movements of his subjects the same way a camera would. Pasquale captures more than just the physical image before him, as he puts the emotional pull of hazy memories on to paper.  via  and via Let’s make # CrossConnect the most popular hashtag on Twitter ! posted by Margaret

Three Simple Resolutions to Design Better DataViz

Three Simple Resolutions to Design Better DataViz

Isabel Farfan My name is Isa, I am Andalusian  but live in...

Isabel Farfan My name is Isa, I am Andalusian  but live in London, my work is just an hyperbolic amount of lines of pen on paper, I like to combine cute stuff with dark stuff. You can check the rest of my work at farfaning.tumblr.com Thank you for your Submission

Jel Ena is a Serbian born multi-media artist living in her...

Jel Ena is a Serbian born multi-media artist living in her adopted home of Los Angeles. She comes from a family of professional artists in every field who supported her pursuit of the fine arts. Jel Ena attended the Academy of Fine Art, University of Belgrade, where she received her MFA in painting. She has been showing in galleries around the world where her work is widely collected, as well as freelancing in the movie, tv, video game industry as a designer. Jel Ena’s work displays a mastery of the figure and color. Her style is instantly recognizable and extraordinarily matchless in its visualization. Utilizing her mastery of acrylic/oil paints, pastels, graphite and colored pencils; intricate emotions and hyper surreal visions are born and enchant every viewer into her dark sensual dream-scape. Thank you for your submission

Light Ball : A Conceptual Light and Air Purifier for Firemen

In the event of fire, darkness and smoke are the biggest reasons why firemen encounter difficulty when they need to rescue survivors, especially after the fire is extinguished. Light Ball is a conceptual device designed for firemen that emits light and absorbs smoke. Carrying this portable light would help firemen to rescue lives in more effective way as you know, fumes produce poisonous gas and triggers suffocation, survivors need to be rescued as soon as possible. These light balls can be carried by attaching the hook onto the belt, the firemen can throw each of them in different direction. The light ball would light up and activate air purification filter right away, giving the firemen a clear view of the site. Designer : Jang Wonkyung and Jeong ChanYeop Light Ball : A Conceptual Light and Air Purifier for Firemen is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design