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52 jaw-dropping photo manipulations

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No stone was left unturned as I prepared this next installment in the photo manipulation inspiration series and it paid off. I wanted the best of the best for this showcase and I dare say that’s exactly what I found.

Whether you like the new skool digital media illustrations, the more abstract designer flavoured work or the typical commercial photo manipulation we’ve got you covered today. I’ve searched high and low for new work from established and unknown photoshop artists alike and I must admit, what I found left a smile on my face. Enjoy and be inspired, if you like what you see remember a Tweet or any other type of social support means a lot to us. Read more

ON August 24 '09

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10 Pieces of Awe-inspiring Photo Manipulation from Adam Spizak

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One third photo manipulation, one third abstract elements and one third pure awesomeness is how I would describe London based Designer Adam Spizak’s style.

Adam Spizak is a self taught professional illustrator and designer. Adam hails from Poland but is currently residing in the United Kingdom’s design center London where he works as a web designer and interactive developer.

As with everything in life photo manipulation comes in many styles and flavors. I love many types of work but when it comes to stylized photo manipulation I have to hand it to Adam Spizak – he’s my current number one.

What makes Adam’s work unique for me is the way he combines believable manipulation, stylized elements and story. That last one is the ingredient that’s missing in a lot of work these days, much to Adam Spizak’s benefit, because his skill as a visual storyteller leaves many of his colleagues light years behind. Read more

ON August 18 '09

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The Fresh Digital Media Illustrations of Craig Shields

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Craig Shields is young and talented graphic design student from the UK. With publications in Advanced Photoshop Mag and DigitalArts Mag Craig is hard at work to make a name for himself.

Twenty-one year old Craig Shields is currently in his final year as a degree student studying Graphic Design at the School of art and design in Lincoln. He does freelance illustration work in his spare time and is an active member of the DepthCore collective.

With magazine publications under his belt and listed as one of the Uk’s top 10 illustrators to look out for in 2009 Craig is building quite a name for himself. Definitely one to watch I’d say. Read more

ON August 17 '09

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Lose the color! Commercial illustration showcase

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It’s that time again. No don’t worry, Christmas hasn’t come early this year, I’m talking inspiration time! In line with the current series of articles you see on Designfeedr at the moment I’ve made a showcase of some of the greatest monochrome and black-and-white commercial illustration out there.

Most of the pieces are not pure black-and-white, a lot of them have splash a tiny bit of color. While they feature some color they’re still perfect for the purpose of our study though and I’m sure they’ll get you’re creative juices flowing whether you’re a hardcore black-and-white buff, color lover or somewhere in between. Enjoy and be inspired! Read more

ON October 21 '08

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More awesome product packaging

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The last creative packaging post was very well received and I’ve been meaning to do a second one for a while now. The difficulties of temporarily having no internet at home and moving twice have kept that idea in the box though…until now. I finally got around to finding some great and inspiring examples on the web.

So enjoy, be inspired and be sure to check out the source sites listed at the bottom of the post. While you do that I’ll decide if I should do a showcase on Vodka bottles – some are just so brilliantly creative. I would love your opinion on that by the way! Read more

ON October 2 '08

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Creative movie posters inspiration

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Using less obvious sources for inspiration can stimulate you to be much more creative and original. Today I’ve collected some great posters from recently released and upcoming movies.

Most of these are in here because I think they’ll inspire with their use of typography, effects or a unique approach. There’s a few on the other hand that are here simply because I’m a huge fan boy for stuff from my youth – new Conan and Red Sonja films? Hell yea! Read more

ON August 3 '08

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