Alexis Marcou

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Freefly Systems

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the Wait

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Derwent Union-Jack

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Nike – Galatasaray Lion

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Nike Falcons

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Work by Alexis Marcou. Based in United Kingdom.

What style do you prefer?
Contemporary.

How do you get your inspiration?
From any source that is available to me at the time.

What kind of tools do you use?
Pencils, Photoshop, Watercolors, Acrylics, Ink, Charcoal, Graphite, Wacom tablet.

What advise can you give to people?
Just Do It.

Favorite websites?
http://www.behance.net / http://www.baubauhaus.com / http://www.vmagazine.com / http://www.yatzer.com

Check out more work by Alexis Marcou here

Blurred by Walter Fantauzzi

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Vision of the whole, in the context of his own thought or imagination, looks like a dream or ecstasy. Perceptions which then become “intellectual vision”, considered then as the result of a supernatural gift that allows you to see the characters belonging to an afterlife, divine or infernal. As well as “vision” becomes “the distinction” according to St. Augustine, for whom everything is perfectly framed in the context of normal changes in perception, let the viewer the freedom to see and hear things or characters exist in reality.

Credits
Art Director and Photographer: Walter Fantauzzi
Model: Federica Terzi
Stylist: Elisa Ciotti – Imago Agenzia Stile
Assistants: Davide Valsecchi – Laura Franchini – Joana Gazheli
Make-up and Hair Style: Laura De Propris

Angel Alejandro

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IZUK

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END OF THE ROAD

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GENEXI

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OZHOX & THE WARRIOR

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KATHAZ

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IRIS

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UNCONTROLLED

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ASTRAL

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THE MUSIC COLOR

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CREATOR

Work by Angel Alejandro. Based in Peru.

What style do you prefer?
Digital art and graphic design innovative and functional.

How do you get your inspiration?
I read many books about design, I see many portfolios of talented professionals, also a lot of films and some inevitable is good music that accompanies me when I work.

What kind of tools do you use?
Illustration tools like pencils and colors so I sketch, sometimes also go straight to the computer using Photoshop, illustrator, and all possible digital tools.

What advise can you give to people?
Constant practice, information search, think hard about ways to solve things creatively and very effective, they are themselves and persevere in achieving their dreams.

Favorite websites?
www.behance.net

Check out more work by Angel Alejandro here

“U” is for “Uomo”

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From the way of saying “The gown does not make the friar” the artist bares himself from the superfluous to prove that aren’t the equipment that will create an image. The artist is his great work, the rest of his artworks are only satellites and constellations. Devoid of any physical and technological items, the “Uomo” (alias the Man) is still able to create. From this featuring He follows his artistic ability to produce images / communications anywhere and everywhere.
An overview of images abducted behind the scenes of a surreal intimate set, they steal moments of empathia between photographer and subject. Alternating panoramic views and close-ups that driven the viewers in a clean and sharp black and white. “U” is for “Uomo” goes beyond photography, as well as the artist, as well as the image itself.

Credits
Photography: Emanuela Marino – www.emanuelamarino.it
Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist: Laura De Propris
Model: Susan Liliu – Walter Fantauzzi
Art Director: Walter Fantauzzi

Solipsism by Julie de Waroquier

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The world and the others are fundamentally different and unreachable. With this series, I question the general mysterious relationship that a soul can have with something external. Are we condemned to a kind of egocentrism (individualism)? The bubbles in the series represent the barreer of our consciousness, which both separates and links a soul to the rest of the world. We experience and perceive everything through it, so much that all we can see may only be our own soul’s reflections and projections.

The series thus questions what it literally means to stay in one’s bubble.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
No 3D or drawing works have been involved, I only resorted to photographic techniques. The bubbles are created from real giant bubbles that were made during each photoshoot. The whole “bubble technique” was found by trials and experimentation (for the first picture, I couldn’t know if the technique was going to work at all.) All the pictures then required a long and complex post-processing work to find the right combination between surrealism and believable situations.

More work by Julie de Waroquier here