Posts Tagged: Photoshop
The works of French photographer Stéphane Anthonioz can tell anyone's story. The ghostly appearances of peoples silhouettes allows the viewers to identify themselves with the photograph, echoing past feelings and emotions, so personal and intimate, and yet so common and frank.
Jeremy Young is a 16 year old digital artist from New Zealand. The self-taught young Kiwi has established a personal minimalist style, bursting with color and creativity. Check out his awesome illustrations!
Did you ever get the feeling that your photos lack a certain "wow" effect? Well, Photoshop comes to the rescue and once again gives your plain and dull photographs, a most needed edge. Here are a few examples of how a simple effect, like the Polar Coordinates
Art resides in everything, even at the tip of a burning matchstick. Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov captures the artistic potential of the matchstick and with a little help from Photoshop, the result is truly unique. Check out this gallery!
Erik Johansson is a 24-year old computer engineering student from Sweden who is warping reality and distorting images in such a realistic way that you almost start beliving they are real.
Martin Grohs is a digital creative designer from Leipzig, Germany, an amazing young talent who has been studying designing and is currently creating awesome digital art. He's been working with Photoshop for 4 years now and his works have been publicated in
Born in Europe, Mehmet Ozgur studied in Asia and currently resides in North America. He isn’t a photographer by trade. An engineer by trade, his fascination with nature both technically and aesthetically drew him to his passion. It is this passion that has
Talented Russian artist Vladimir Manyuhin aka mvn78 was able to convey to us his view of such world in his matte paintings. All illustrations were created using various graphic programs such as Photoshop and 3DMax. Looks very interesting.