Archive | January, 2012

Alice Pasquini Street Art: Wall Illustrations As Freedom Of Self Expression

Alice Pasquini is principally a visual artist, works as an illustrator, set designer and painter. Born in Rome, she has lived and worked in U.K., France and Spain. AliCè has travelled the world bringing her art to the streets of many countries. She has collaborated on illustration, graphic and design projects, including the graphic novel “Vertigine ed Rizzoli”. […]

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Ian Thomas Photography: Beautiful and Unusual Angles

Ian Thomas is a service engineer and part time photographer from Guelph, Ontaio, Canada. When we first saw Ian’s pictures we were impressed by their unusual angles they were taken. You can notice there is a subtle style of Ian Thomas in each of his picture. That’s why we decided to learn more about Ian […]

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Walt Disney Biography: The Man Who Believed in Dreams

In this success story, we are going to share Walt Disney biography and his path to success. It wasn’t easy, but Walt believed in his dreams and did all his best to make the world happy. Enjoy reading a great life story about one of the greatest persons in history. Walt Disney is a famous […]

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Alex Kan Photography: Helen

Alex Kan is a photographer from Russia. One day he saw Helen’s photos and decided to make some shots of her. As a result, there is a brilliant photo collection we can look at. [flagallery gid=85 name=”Alex Kan Photography”]  Contact Info 500px Photodom

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Christien Starkenburg’s SlowWood: Unpretentious, Sober and Serene Design

Christien Starkenburg was born in 1966. She is an interior designer and art director of interior shop, which is the family business of Jan de Jong Interieur (Leeuwarden, the Netherlands) that was founded in 1899. Christien has been always fascinated by utilities as tools, machines, industrial steps and stairs, trolleys etc… This is no wonder, being […]

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Photography by Serg Degtyarev: Discover the Mistery of Waterflows

Have you ever heard about the Gulf of Finland? Hundreds of military conflicts and storms turned this relatively small part of the marine area into the prohibited area for archaeologists and historians. Now you have an opporunity to make a small adventure to this easternmost arm of the Baltic Sea. Check out the photography by […]

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