Jeffrey Vanhoutte was a famous commercial photographer born in Antwerp, Belgium. He was greatly influenced by his family when he was young. At that time, he was able to borrow his father’s camera during his school trips. Once his father made an enlargement of one of his photos and hung it up on the wall, his dream of becoming a photographer came up then. He got his degree in professional photography from the Coloma School in Mechelen, Belgium. And at the age of 21, he opened his own studio in Brussels, worked mostly for food photography for clients as Carrefour, Unilever, etc. In 1999, he started working with digital equipment and collaborating with advertising agencies BBDO, Ogilvy, TWBA, Saachi…
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I hardly play online games, but usually pulled deeply in all kinds of game websites when surfing. Unlike other common sites, game sites usually come with mysterious atmosphere. That is quite different from our usual browsing experience. They are not only an info bar, but usually focus more on how to involve more players in. That’s why so many game site designers push themselves to make out sites with enough uniqueness and attraction. Here we have collected 30 stunning game sites for your inspiration, please enjoy it.
Marumiyan is a illustrator from Japan. Influenced by his father, Marumiyan showed great interest in drawing when he was very young. Then during his college time, he studied graphic arts and design, which helps a lot in his art career. Since 2007, Marumiyan started to work as a free-lance, and has recently been chosen as one of the “Top 10 Artists” on the design magazine MdN. Now he acts both at home and abroad by various media as magazines, CD jackets, posters, web, etc. His specialty is collage, made by blending photographs and drawings. So it is easy to find that almost all his work has intricate flowers and animals. Here are some of his works, enjoy it.
Dutch designer Frederik Roijé has designer a stylish home called Breed Retreat for hens. It is made of wood and finished with durable coating, so as to provide a much more comfort place for hens to breed and retreat, and to follow the concept of respecting nature. We have no idea about whether the hens will like their new home or not, but we can feel its modern design by viewing the following pictures, check out.
This post is part of our weekly series: showing some interesting Photos and Artworks around the Web so you can get inspiration for your design. If you want to share your great Photos or Artworks with our readers, just send them over via email with image source link using “Weekly Photos and Artworks Inspiration” in the subject. Enjoy the post.