Sandwiches deconstructed on Behance

Photography part of Kiri sandwiches project.The layered ingredients were all photographed separately and then put together in PS.

by Brock Davis

This element of design is Negative Space. The hand isn't actually holding anything. It implies that there is a light bulb in the empty space. Negative space guides your imagination to finish the image.

Zoldi jewels on Behance

Graphic design, branding, and packaging design by studio Work Room for ZÓLDI. Saint Petersburg, Russia based graphic design studio Work Room was re

Introducing Henrik - A free sans serif collaboration between Hustle Supply Co. & Font Forestry.Henrik is extremely versatile and excellent for achieving that vintage aesthetic with your designs. It features textured upper case characters and select punc…

Introducing Henrik - A free sans serif collaboration between Hustle Supply Co.Henrik is extremely versatile and excellent for achieving that vintage aesthetic with your designs. It features textured upper case characters and select punc…

D.S. & Durga Campaign Imagery

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Cuttemporary Art By Sakir Gökçebag | iGNANT.com

Untitled Sakir Gökçebag arranged and organized fruit without digital manipulation 2017

Eva Trio foodstyling on Behance

Foodstyling for Danish design brand Eva Trio, marking the 40 years anniversary of this iconic design of pots and pans.

Queensland Theatre 2018 on Behance

Queensland Theatre 2018 on Behance

LA-based photographer Mike Dempsey creates these amazing gravity-defying scenes using only his photographic skills and perfect timing (no post-production or photo manipulation).  “In a recent interview Mike Dempsey explained that he’s using an intervalometer, a camera attachment that controls shutter intervals over a certain period. This tool gives him the possibility to capture multiple frames each time his subject jumps.”  More photography inspiration via We and the color

The Difficulties of Gravity: Photos by Mike Dempsey

Los Angeles-based photographer Mike Dempsey creates gravity-defying photos of people suspended in mid-air, standing sideways on walls and floating on rooftops.

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