By Federico Hernandez-Ruiz
A few day later I had one of my first brochure design requests and yes I was really influenced by it, for sure. All kind of questions raised, how they came up to that idea?, how composition works on such a free style?, how i can find joy in such an irreverent space?. I just loved the feeling and my posture was, Even I love it, I will not copy it. I will find my own personal expression.
Time passed by, I did continue my design practice which I still manage to do so, and experience started to show me all those big names of all those great designers that I knew only by the work they have made, and David Carson was no exception.
A couple of days ago with no reason at all and while I was working, I just stop, my ADHD appeared, I stood up, look for my Beach Culture magazine copy, opened the issue and lived that emotion again. That thrilling emotion that innovation delivers.
Long life to the free spirit that may raise in all of us ’cause of so many talented people. Thank you all!
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*My creation upon this 3 piece collage has no intention other than to recognize David Carson’s work and influence in my life as designer. It has no commercial intention other than to contribute to DC relevant work, worlds cultural development and the importance of great design contributions to society in so many ways, all farther than just the aesthetics.
Images courtesy of the artist
Jim Kazanjian has created a series of digitally manipulated photos depicting architectural monsters and smoldering built wreckages. These black and white prints portray buildings as if they were horrific living and breathing entities, think Frankenstein meets Frank Furness. Click through for more!
Kazanjian’s buildings are perverse compositions. The artist cuts and pastes Victorian style houses like a crazed plastic surgeon, eroding their structures and stranding them in desolate and bizarre settings. His imaginative subjects are charged with life, often set ablaze, steeped in debris, or crumbling before a merciless force of nature.
This author is a true eye opener with a twisted view of imaginary fantasies that I have really loved.
For some time, I have been making my shot collections. Basically divided in two sets. Here they are.
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