Artists creates amazing fantasy worlds … without the use of Photoshop
Dec. 6th 2013 | Creative. Added by Daan van Rossum0
It’s hard to believe when you’re looking at this set of work by Korean artist Jee Young Lee, but in none of the dreamlike-world pieces she’s had any assistance from the digital tools we’re all to familiar with nowadays. Instead, these fantasy world are all handcrafted to perfection. Incredibly inspiring.
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Apparently, today is the day of people spending excessive amounts of time in Photoshop to (re)create scenes with them in it. This morning, my friend Geert send me this link to a page with 39 situations that have been altered to include the “artist” himself.
It immediately reminded me of the “A Night Out with Kanye West” skit from Aziz Ansari, where he says: “We come inside this club, and he’s sitting there at this table with Jay-Z and all these models and stuff, and we did just not belong there. If you had a photo of that table you would have been like: who photoshopped those two dudes in there? That was a really good job!”.
Anyway, if you think some guy photoshopping himself into pictures of Drake working out was pretty incredible, think again. The real bomb was just dropped by this 14-year-old who created some of the most magical works of self-portraits I’ve seen. He literally transported himself into amazing sceneries that go beyond most people’s imagination and it is incredible. Check it out.
Wanting to promote its side assist feature, which warns you about any incoming danger before you might actually see it, it created a YouTube video which prompts you to place your mouse pointer on the ticker itself. The idea is that seeing the preview of the video alerts you to what’s going to happen later, which is exactly what side assist does.
In an effort to provide abused children with a safe way to reach out for help, a Spanish organization called the Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk Foundation, or ANAR for short, created an ad that displays a different message for adults and children at the same time.