Spectrum-John Pawson’s second photographic book comprising a chromatically ordered range of 320 photographs.
Published by Phaidon Press in 2017, Spectrum offers an eye-catching exploration of color while giving you a comprehensive array of references on how to arrange different patterns, textures, and shapes. John Pawson’s second photographic book underlines the importance of photography as a design tool in today’s creative work. For those who want to purchase this fine publication, please click on the following link.
A handcrafted mars globe created by Michael Plichta of Planetenkugel Manufaktur.
Some of you may remember our feature of Planetenkugel Manufaktur’s mars globe back in 2016. Today it’s my pleasure to show you Michael Plichta’s latest creation, a hyper-realistic moon globe. The moon relief is based on latest NASA data. Made of stable artificial plaster, mounted on a noble classic wooden base, the globe is showing all details in a resolution of about 6.2 miles. Just check out the following video. Below you can find some images of the manufacturing process and the final result. For further information, please visit www.moonglobes.de or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Signature fonts bundle: get 55 font families with an extended license from Pixelo.
This is probably the biggest deal we have ever featured! Worth $6050, you can get 55 high-quality font families with an extended license for only $29. Available only for a very limited time and only on Pixelo, the fonts are best suited for a variety of applications such as headlines, tags, signatures, logos, letterheads, invitations, posters and badges, packaging, branding, and editorial work. All of the typefaces were created by talented designers from around the globe. The 55 font families comprise 79 unique fonts. Whether for yourself or your clients, with the extended license you are free to use any of these fonts on an unlimited number of projects. For further information on all included typefaces and options, just click on the following link.
It is being reported that Fujifilm plans to launch their upcoming X-T3 at some point in the coming year, and in the new update, we will get Fujifilm’s new 26MP X-Trans IV sensor. It is a modest improvement over the 24MP X-Trans III sensor, but the sensor hasn’t ever really been Fujifilm’s weakness. Along with the reports of a new sensor, the X-T3 is said to have a true touchscreen along with ‚better battery performance‘; and if this is true, it would be a welcome sign that Fujifilm will be fixing their battery problem.
I often use flash with my own work, but natural light can be a wonderful thing. Especially when it comes from a directional source. In this slightly NSFW video, photographer Anita Sadowska discusses setting up for and shooting a lingerie session in her apartment. It’s interesting to hear the observations Anita makes about the light […]