Published by Alexander Radsby.
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Hyperreality is used in semiotics and postmodern philosophy to describe a hypothetical inability of consciousness to distinguish reality from fantasy, especially in technologically advanced postmodern societies. Check more here!

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Great great great photography by Andrew Brooks.

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New website for NY-based photographer Timothy Saccenti. Designed by Build and developed by Antenna.

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The agency Glucône-R shows some incredible retouching work. Be sure to check them out!

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Interactive and Flash designer Andreas Shabelnikov relaunches his site with some new work. Check it out!

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Ventilate.ca updated with a new Poster Series curated by the talented James Ramirez, artist/designer/animator at MK12. Each poster design is available as a free download @ 300dpi, via yousendit. The update also includes three new interviews.

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Joel Rodhin is a photographer and he shoots nice things.

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Nikola Tamindzic, the only resident of Home of the Vain comes out with a new portfolio filled with amazing photographic goodness, which can be found here.

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We at Proud have just launched this digital pinboard likeBox for Getty Images. Designed by us and built by Cloud.

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Advertising photographer, Lukasz Murgrabia shows us his brand new site and some great work

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Amazing Cinematography Reel from Kansas City based Michael Stine. Check out more of his work at michaelstine.net

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It’s now a full studio, with a nice little synopsis of Michael’s work over the years. A few big projects, a few personal projects and a few others. Really like the new cover for +81 Magazine. Michael Paul Young

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Hiroshi Seo showcases his work using a timeline metaphor.

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Seldon Hunt delivers experimental and dark work, for experimental and dark bands. Be sure also to check some nocturne photos in his portfolio.

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Justin Maller updates his site with new works!

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The new HelloVon website is full up and running. Designed and built by the talented Darren Firth.

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Check out Dot & Cross - they do some really gorgeous work. See their reel here on Vimeo.

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Keep Calm and Don’t Sneeze. Work For Food stills acid.

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Hello Hikimori version 2009 is online now.

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A Blast Radius Creative Director is a freak of nature. Comfortable spanning digital and physical, arriving at solutions that are both logical and emotional, oftentimes hyperactive slackers, or empathetic deviants, these rare creatures develop ideas that people love and that make our clients and their customers very happy. The CD brings very disciplined processes and almost always ignores them in favor of the best possible approach and outcome. Though very experienced, this unique species is young at heart. The blend of radical thought and mature wisdom results in outstanding, yet simple ideas. Clients trust and love them, co-workers are in awe and always pay attention.

Digital is at the heart of their ideas. They understand and speak the language of marketing and advertising, but are predominantly thinking about new ideas online; how to extend brands through social media, how marketing becomes services, how engagement with brands is evolving.

CD’s at Blast work with the most admired brands in the world, and their job is to challenge these brands to step out of their comfort zone and embrace radical, entrepreneurial, network enabled, philanthropic, or any mix of these ideas. It is the CDs job to stretch, distort, open, twist, elevate, break apart and then synthesize ideas into persuasive yet appropriate solutions. This calls for a highly unusual thinker- a freak of nature.

You know who you are.

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This is Japan Have to be seen ! Thanks Pierre for this refreshing moment. Source Creative Output

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Simon Hoegsberg, a 32-year-old photographer from Denmark has spent the last 17 months making a photograph that is 100 meters long (100 m x 78 cm), and is about the uniqueness of ‘ordinary’ people. The title of the photograph is ‘We’re All Gonna Die - 100 meters of existence’. I’ve been following Simon since The Thought Project and I really do admire his work.

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Bela Borsodi has photography. Sometimes sexual, but always interesting.

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Carrie Schneider earned her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 2001 and her MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007. Upon graduating, Carrie attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and the Kuvataideakatemia (Finnish Academy of Fine Arts) in Helsinki, on a Fulbright Fellowship. Carrie lives and works in Chicago.

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Early in 2009, the band Omega Code will release their debut, and along with that, a book, a DVD and a FREE series of posters based on their upcoming album “Ω”. A limited number of 2300 posters are going to be printed and distributed around the globe.

23 artists were invited to illustrate, among them you can find names like Joshua Davis (poster above), Si Scott, Mike Cina, Michael Paul Young, Mate Steinforth, Matthew Curry, Nelson Balaban, Tom Muller, Motomichi Nakamura, Danny Franzreb, Robert Lindström, Andreas Pihlström, Chris Hewitt, Hello Hikimori, Sebastian Onufszak, Animatório, Colletivo, Nacionale, Unstru, Tomás Peña, João Oliveira, Peter Jaworowski, Umeric and Doomedo.

Follow them on Facebook, MySpace, Orkut and Twitter to know more about the release date and also the exhibition dates.

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Recom

Directly from the font: We put the re-launch of recom, one of the most renowned European studios for artwork, post production and CGI, on the web. The new CMS-based full-Flash page connects the three units recom POST, recom CGI and recom ART. Intelligent features make the page a highly functional tool for recom’s customers.
Among others, all the pictures of the recom POST and recom CGI portfolio database can be viewed in medium size or full screen without the browser elements. Although the site was realized entirely in Flash, it supports deep-linking as well as a the back-button function of the browser. Visitors can put together a portfolio with the site’s ‘lightbox’, export content by single download, zip-file or even as a portfolio-PDF to gather all information about the project.
In addition to familiar search criteria (e.g. the search for photographers), visitors can use the ‘colorcube’ to search the recom archive intuitively by color. Every ‘pixel cloud’ turning into a high-end motif, thereby transports the aspiration and the message of recom: to bring every pixel to its correct spot.

Made by Jung von Matt/Neckar and Jens Franke and Lime|Flavour

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A nice idea every day has some fun work, coming out of Germany. I really enjoyed this Converse Video, but the other stuff is good too.

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Michael Ash Partners Photographers: Dennis Manarchy and Peter Hapak are nice names under them. Must check.

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