miércoles, 26 de marzo de 2014

In pictures: Moray Firth's marine wildlife

The new public exhibition features the work of international wildlife photographer Andrew Sutton, who has previously photographed animals and habitats in Africa, Central America and Asia.

The installation is a Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) project and is running in the Ice House building at the charity's Scottish Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay in Moray.

Bottlenose dolphins are one of the Moray Firth's best-known large animals.

The project also involves other conservationists and experts such as local WDC field officer Charlie Phillips and Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Among the most striking creatures featured in the installation, which was opened on Monday, is the basking shark.

The plankton feeders are the world's second largest fish.

Images of ghost-like jellyfish also appear in the installation.

The project aims to improve public knowledge of the range of wildlife that inhabits the Moray Firth and the rivers that flow into it.

lunes, 24 de marzo de 2014

Noite iluminada

Munido de um projetor, um computador e um gerador portátil, o fotógrafo francês Philippe Echaroux vem colorindo a noite de Marselha, no sul da França.
Na série intitulada Pintando com Luzes, ele projeta retratos em árvores, edifícios, armazéns e pedras.
O resultado é uma arte urbana efêmera que não causa danos ao patrimônio público.
"Na minha avaliação da arte urbana, meu objetivo é criar obras que não deixam rastros", diz Echaroux. "Quero fazer arte de rua, mas algo não-destrutivo", acrescenta.
Ao explicar o que ele chama de "Arte de rua 2.0", o francês filosofa: "Meu objetivo, como fotógrafo, é devolver a luz que capturei todos os dias".
"Comparo minha arte a uma música tocada ao vivo; só acontece uma vez por alguns minutos e pode permanecer para sempre gravada na memória dos espectadores".

“Ruin” by Linus

“Ruin” captured by Linus (Click image to see more from Linus.)

viernes, 21 de marzo de 2014

“Pismo Beach CA Sunrise” by Clifford Briggin

“Pismo Beach CA Sunrise” captured by Clifford Briggin (Click image to see more from Briggin.)

Gravity - Sand Creatures by Claire Droppert

Claire Droppert, 37 yrs.
A photographer / visual designer based in Rotterdam. In my work, I'm inspired by the line where simplicity and minimalism are wed, and the new editing techniques that blur this line. I have a strong preference for landscapes, and desolate / open spaces. There is a distinctive whispering silence to be found in my work.   
My activities: digital art, photography, graphic design, visual design and Instamarketing.
My work is for sale on the SpotUart Gallery and Ixxidesign.com, a decorative and flexible wall system in any size possible.
They both ship worldwide!

Any questions? Don't hesitate to contact me at info@claireonline.nl 

Credits: Behance

jueves, 20 de marzo de 2014

National Geographic – Stay Curious

For its new campaign designed by The Classic Partnership Advertising, the monthly magazine National Geographic naturally chose to highlight the plurality of its editorial line. There he mixed flora, fauna and historical facts about a giant question mark. Thus emphasizing the signature of the campaign: “Stay curious.” Three creative to discover in the rest of the article visuals.

Credits: Fubiz 
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