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Some Kind of Wonderful
June 27, 2009

Some Kind of Wonderful- Rachel Dennison

Some Kind of Wonderful- Rachel Dennison

copyright© Rachel Dennison 2009

Inspirations..
April 8, 2009

Inspirations.

Massimo Vignelli,

some of my fav cd covers
May 16, 2008

i’m pending info on the artworker of the renaissance covers> found out that it is “alaric hammond”, his website is out of action though.

and some others with details i like:

judging books by their covers
May 4, 2008

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Hunting for wit by means of business card.
April 28, 2008

Jamie Wieck, Growing Business Card, Another Bloomin Designer

How do you make your business card stand out? Make it grow! We’re seeing a lot of clever business cards perfect for your green thumb, and its about time! Jamie Wieck breathes new life into business cards with his Growing Business Card. This little number transforms from a regular business card to miniature house plant, sprouting alfalfa or cress when watered. Who wouldn’t want this on their desk?

+ Designer Jamie Wieck

+ Similar Botanical Business cards

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<!– –>May 21, 2007

LANDSCAPED BUSINESS CARD by Tur & Partners

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Landscaped Business Card, Tur & Partner, Jung von Matt

With all the business cards we’re being inundated with this week (the downside of trade-shows), its nice to find business cards that stand out from the crowd and add a little greenery to your day. Here’s a clever and useful little business card design that perfectly expresses the mission of the company it represents: landscape architecture firm Tur & Partner. Add a little light and water to this seeded business card and in a couple days, you’ve got yourself a professionally landscaped miniature garden. Seeds embedded into the card sprout right through the holes in the plan printed on the card. This creative card was designed by Jung von Matt of Germany.

This is an incredibly clever business card put together by Melvin, a self proclaimed “hacker, entrepreneur, and all around mischief maker.” The picks can be easily removed from the card and are actually functional as lock picks

Chocolate Business Cards

chocolate business cards,

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Secondlife art exibitions – virtually free entry
March 27, 2008

I went to an art gallery an strolled about with the other denizens in secondlife, it was quite stimulating to have such a wide range of art in one place!

Rene Magritte- surrealist painter from Belgium, Rene Magritte created his first painting, The Lost Jockey, in 1926 and held his first exhibition in 1927. Dejected over the failure of this exhibition, he moved to Paris and befriended Andre Breton. He went on to become an active member of the Parisian surrealist group which included such talents as Man Ray, Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, and Marcel Duchamp, to name a few.

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treason of image. i like this because it tell us about the process of abstract thinking and perception.

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la magie noire – this is just a cool image i hav’nt read into it i just like it’s face value.

Maxfield Parrish – [American Golden Age Illustrator, 1870-1966]
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Ecstasy- with its Parrish-blue” sky, heroine in graceful flowing robes, and subtel eroticism shows why its artist was the master illustrator of the late 19th century. The popularity of his female fugres, often posed on rocky outcroppings, ultimately caused Parrish to shift his focus to landscape themes, finding in them more room for experimentation.

Escher- relativity

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When you first look at [Escher’s painting] everything seems fine. But as you inspect it you suddenly realize that what you’re seeing is impossible…each section of the canvas is coherent but all those possible parts add up to an impossible whole. Escher’s work exposes the masterful fraud that our brains perpetuate upon us, the neural disaster that we call reality. < this is what someone wrote, i liked the lego version that went with it.

gustav klimt -tree of life

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i found some nice prints too!

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apparently this was inspired by klimt

this was just random

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Chanel
January 13, 2008

this advert is great, it really captivates the imagination.

Chanel No.5

Coco Mademoiselle

solely ad.