A portfolio of a friend of a friend…
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Ricardo Salamanca does some pretty cool illustration as pictured above reading “Speak Russian in minutes”. He also creates amazing moods in photoshop, you will see what i mean if you go to his Salamagica site. On some of the photoshop compositions he also shows you what assets he has been working with and you can clearly see that it is a long way from the assets to the finished comp.
I also enjoy the detail in the background of this composition, as you can see on his site this room is pretty empty before he puts it in photoshop.
Yours, happy on a Monday morning
Nice show-reel by Rodrigo Riedel. It is set to the La Valse d’Amélie by Yann Tiersen which i find very refreshing being used to see all the show-reels set to drum and base or some urban techno track with loads of jump cuts and tv interfarance effects.
I have grown accustomed to hear that soon all design will be much more influenced by Chinese design. I must admit that i don’t really know what contemporary Chinese design represent and that until now none of my sources of inspiration for contemporary design have been Chinese.
Liu Zheng or 96k is a freelance graphic designer in Beijing, a former Chinese athlete according to him self. His work is impeccable, but to me it seems to inspired by western design trends. So with this bit of flimsy argumentation I conclude that the ‘Chinese Design Revolution’ is not happening (yet). Please tell me why I’m wrong.
Please have a look at his impressive portfolio at http://www.96k.com
Yours, in ignorant bliss