Andrew Whitton - Portfolio 2010
Andrew Whitton - Portfolio 2010
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  • Andrew Whitton: Born and raised in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Andrew moved to London in 2001 after receiving a BA Honours Degree in Photography at Cheltenham. He developed his skills working alongside many great photographers in fashion, beauty, music and advertising. But it was while assisting legendary music photographer, Gered Mankowitz that he began to forge a reputation in the world of photography. Andrew started shooting for the NME back in 2003 after building his portfolio and skills with lo-fi music magazines Careless Talk Costs Lives, Loose Lips Sink Ships and Plan B. This is when he gained valuable experience shooting artists in venues ranging from tiny sweaty pubs (with some of the best unsigned bands you've never heard of) to stadium gigs, tours, festivals and studio recordings with acts such as Oasis, Take That, Kasabian, Razorlight and The Kooks.. He now shoots for global record labels such as Polydor, Mercury, Fiction, Virgin, Parlophone, Island Records, Geffen and XL shooting press and artwork for artists such as La Roux, Elbow, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Take That, James Morrison, Lily Allen, KT Tunstall and The Verve. To add to this impressive client list, Andrew also shoots for MTV, Levi's, Musicians' Union and Mencap. Andrew’s approach to shooting his subjects provides relaxed natural portraits showing the artists at work and play. Effortlessly cool, pure raw energy and very stylish are phrases that come to mind when describing his work. He is excited and inspired by all aspects of image making, comfortable and equally at home in a photo studio or onstage at Wembley. Andrew can be considered as one of the new wave of rock and pop photographers, continuing the great tradition of British Music Photographers such as Furmanovsky, Michael Joseph, Mankowitz, Cummins, Gullick and Corbijn.

 America's Children, 1865-1930 Years, 190 HQ Scans
190 RGB JPG Scans | <2687x4000 Pixels | by dL. Art. | 115 MB

America's Children 1850-1930 Years 2
America's Children 1850-1930 Years 2
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Amazing Siberia UHQ 82xJPGs

Amazing Siberia

82 UHQ JPG Images | Over 16 MPixels | 700 MB

Alexander Danilov, Illustrator
181 RGB JPG Images | <1654x1100 Pixels | 135 MB
  • Travel surreal and mythical time, a change of scenery and costumes, staging as a way of artistic thinking Danilova allows him to achieve in painting a special grace, to show both festive, dramatic and theatrical life. His stylization accompanied by mild irony, penetrating into the small vibration beautiful fabrics, in primitivizirovanny drawing and delicate coloristic harmony.

Airbrush Techniques on Realistic Flames, Draw Real Flames by John Harris
Country : USA | Genre : Teaching Airbrushing | Language : English | Russian Subtitles
Duration : 1:08:19 | Quality : DVDRip | Format : AVI | Video : DivX 5 | 640x470 Pixels
29.97fps 1802Kbp Audio MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz mono 48Kbp | 919 MB
  • Description : This video is a must for anyone who wants to master the method of images airbrush realistic flames. Methods - from John Harris, clearly one of the best artists in the world of a real fire. In this more methodical presentation, Mr. Harris is working on a Hummer limo! 

Tree in a Snow - 3D Model
Format: 3d Max 2009 Vray.3ds.C4D (textures) size 43 Mb

Russian and Soviet Artists - 330 Artists's Paintings 7730xJPG & Tags
7165 RGB JPG Images with Info Text Files  | <7000x5000 Pixels (Including Small Sizes) | 2.04 GB

Cally Blackman - 100 Years of Fashion Illustration
Laurence King Publishers | 2007 | ISBN: 1856694623 | 382 pages | PDF | 181 MB
  • A visual feast of 400 dazzling images, this is a comprehensive survey of the genre over the last century. The book also offers an overview of the development of fashion, as seen through the eyes of the greatest illustrators of the day. Early in the century fashion illustration reflected new, liberating currents in art and culture, such as the exoticism of the Ballets Russes, while the postwar period saw inspiration from the great Parisian couturiers. After the dominance of the celebrity fashion photographer in the '60s, a new generation of illustrators emerged, embracing the medium of the computer, while many returned to more traditional techniques.

Steampunk Fashion Collection 130xJPG
Steampunk Fashion Collection 130xJPG
130 JPG Images | ~800x1200 Pixels | 33 MB
  • Steampunk - the direction of science fiction, simulating alternative development of mankind, which had been perfectly mastered the technology of steam engines and mechanics. As a rule, steampunk involves stylized era Victorian England (the second half of XIX century) and the era of early capitalism with a typical urban landscape and the contrast of social stratification.The term "steampunk" was coined in 1987 by writer Kevin Jeter, and was originally a parody of the "cyberpunk". Often the latest technology to search for "steam" analogs: computer - Babbage's machine, the programmer - clap; robot - clockwork mechanism, machine, etc.

The History Of The 20th Century - BBC Archive MUST HAVE!
The History Of The 20th Century - BBC Archive MUST HAVE!
5214 RGB JPG Grayscale Images | <4048x3969 Pixels | Total: 8.14 GB


Asadal - Business Collection 100xPSD

100 Multilayered UHQ PSD Files | JPG Previews | Total RAR 4.3 GB 

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian
Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian
1.565 RGB JPG Scans | 1350x1024 Pixels | 248 MB  
  • The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis is one of the most significant and controversial representations of traditional American Indian culture ever produced. Issued in a limited edition from 1907-1930, the publication continues to exert a major influence on the image of Indians in popular culture. Curtis said he wanted to document "the old time Indian, his dress, his ceremonies, his life and manners." In over 2000 photogravure plates and narrative, Curtis portrayed the traditional customs and lifeways of eighty Indian tribes. The twenty volumes, each with an accompanying portfolio, are organized by tribes and culture areas encompassing the Great Plains, Great Basin, Plateau Region, Southwest, California, Pacific Northwest, and Alaska. Featured here are all of the published photogravure images including over 1500 illustrations bound in the text volumes, along with over 700 portfolio plates. 

Tobacco Themed Magazine Advertising History 500xJPGs
Tobacco Themed Magazine Advertising History
500 RGB JPG Images | <3461x2045 Pixels | 512 MB

Andrea Mantegna 1431-1506
197 JPG Images | <5064x2548 Pixels | 155 MB

  • Andrea Mantegna (Italian Andrea Mantegna, ca. 1431, Isola di Cartura, Veneto - September 13, 1506, Mantua) - Italian painter, representative of the Padua school of painting. Unlike most other classics of the Italian Renaissance, wrote in a harsh and abrupt manner. One of the greatest humanists of Italy, Mantegna was a connoisseur and collector of ancient art. Thanks including understanding of antiquity, Mantegna became a radical innovator painting.

WGSN Graphics - Print Designs - 3, 8xEPS
8 EPS Vector Files | 8 MB

WGSN Graphics - Print Designs - 1
1 EPS File 4 Cut | 4 MB

WGSN Graphics - Print Designs - 2
6 EPS Files | 3 MB

Business Consepts for Web Designers & Presentation Makers 600xJPGs
Business Consepts for Web Designers & Presentation Makers
608 RGB JPG Images | 600x400 Pixels | 32 MB only

The Beauty of Forms in Nature, 1904 by Ernst Haeckel
Ernst Haeckel; 1834 - 1919, German naturalist and philosopher. Pithecanthropus and Ecolog.
100 JPG Images  | 2300x3300 Pixels | 180 MB
  • Ernst Haeckel, 1908: "The beauty of forms in nature" (German Kunstformen der Natur) - lithographic book by Ernst Haeckel. Originally published in the period from 1899 to 1904 in sets of 10 prints, full version of the 100 prints released in 1904. Many of the organisms depicted in the book were first described by Haeckel. Total based on sketches and watercolor sketches Haeckel was manufactured more than 1000 engravings, the best of which were selected for the book and translated into printed form lithographer Adolphe Giltchem. Said a student of Haeckel by Olaf Braydbaha, who was editor of new media "forms of beauty in nature", it "was not just a book with illustrations, but also a reflection of his views on the world." The forms of life were selected to demonstrate the perfection of their organization, ranging from naturalistic sketches of fish and ammonites to highly symmetrical medusae and microorganisms. At the same time each page was assembled in such a way to visually capture the maximum representatives of one species or family of living beings. Among the important pages can be noted that, which shows Radiolaria. Haeckel contributed to their popularity among fans microscopy, inserting in almost every set. Also common in the book pages with images goad, such as sea anemones, Siphonophorae, diskomeduzy and others. The first set included images of jellyfish Desmonema annasethe (= Cyanea annasethe), which Haeckel discovered and described soon after the death of his wife Anna Seth. The book had a great influence on art and architecture of the early XX century. In particular, many of modernism tried to reproduce some of those beautiful forms that were depicted Haeckel. Including, Rene Binet, Karl Blossfeldt, Hans Christiansen, Emil Galle. One notable example of such an effect may be called the Amsterdam Stock Exchange Berlage building, designed by Hendrik Petrus Berlage partly under the influence of "the beauty of forms in nature."

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